By nickrick12 / Tuesday 19 July 2011 22:57 / United States
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  Iamnotmyself  |  17

At least you know he wants to marry you, he just wants the right time and place. A bit teasing I grant you but at least he loves you in his weird taking engagement rings away ways.

  stef108  |  3

so he hasn't proposed yet but he just has the ring laying around for u to randomly wear on ur anniversary? makes no sense..that sort of ruins the element of surprise

  pink_raindrops  |  26

Alot of women really want to get married...there have been plenty of fmls posted about how the girl "done waiting" for their boyfriend to give them a ring. He might be worried she'll become like that, so he thought showing her he does want to marry her, but isn't ready yet would be a good gift. It's not a bad thought, but that's a not really a gift.

  guckylynn  |  19

76, there are places other than the United States, and often in those places there are different spellings and words for things. Ours is not the only country in the world, and American English is a very bastardized language.

  kritz0  |  10

@Any one who commented about me.

Are you all due tomorrow?
Honestly, it was more of a "Will you use it?" type of Q-U-E-S-T-I-O-N.
Definitely not a COMMAND or DEMAND.
Are all of you really THAT stupid?

  kritz0  |  10

Uhm, because I pointed out how these idiots don't seem to be able to wrap their minds around the fact there was no DEMAND made, so I was STILL very much in the correct?
LOL Okay then.

Tis so sad FML does not have emoticons.

By  Sanela  |  1

wow that sucks... that's pretty cruel and cheap of your boyfriend... he couldn't even get you an actual present?? You shouldn't have given it back to him : P

By  kritz0  |  10

He shows you...and lets you wear it for a day....but didn't ask and make it official?
What other perfect opportunity was he waiting for?

  kritz0  |  10

LOL. You are so stupid.

You will reply (Maybe not now that I've said it).
But, if you really care that much about a stranger online, go outside!!!

  kritz0  |  10

Just to inform you, before you make another stupid comment.

It is called an E-L-L-I-P-S-I-S.
You can use it in many different ways, I obviously used it as a pause.

I'm sorry you are too stupid to have realized this.


she was probably refering to the fact that you had a lot of exclamation points and question marks. you decided to be a grammar nazi, you contradicted yourself, this is your doing (not anyone elses) so don't go around calling people stupid.

  kritz0  |  10

And in here, you're using way too many periods, question marks & exclamation marks. I am referring to the comment you made to 20.

#48 - On 07/20/2011 at 2:38am by RaineLee

She SAID periods dumbass.
The question marks and exclamation marks are OBVIOUSLY for emphasis.
I'm so sorry you did not understand.

  Dale_xD  |  15

Wow, shallow. It shouldn't be the price/style of the ring that matters, it should be your love for one another. If my boyfriend had given me an onion ring, I still would have married him in a second. As it is, he bought me a totally simple 9c gold band with a small diamond, because I love it.

  cass85  |  8

Typically, if a couple break up, the lady returns the engagement ring to the man. Its common etiquette. SO if she did break up with him and take the ring then she would be doing a much, much bigger dick-move than he was. Plus, why break up with him over it? He's ready to commit. Chances are he hasn't paid it off fully and just wants to keep it safe. Little harsh.

It actually scares me how many people suggest breaking up a relationship on here over minor, silly or accidental infractions. Have any of these people actually been in a relationship ever?

  pink_raindrops  |  26

You know what really sucks, when I was in the moderation section there was a girl who posted that her husband was leaving her because of the advice he got to do so on here. Throwing that around when someone is upset can clearly push them to do it, and alot of these reasons are really dumb to break up over.


Yeah, there are cases where people take their significant others to court over a ring... technically, if it's an engagement ring, the ring is a result of a contract. Therefore, if you break up an engagement, you have to give back the ring if he asks for it.

using that logic... that was honestly a shitty thing for her boyfriend to do... "let" her wear an engagement ring? Personally, I think he's toying with her. Getting an engagement ring is supposed to be a magical moment, and to me it's just like letting a child play with a special toy if they behave.


Wow 93, I love being corrected by what someone assumes I'm insinuating something. I'm well aware it depends on the state. I'm also well aware that regardless of the state, the court can decide either way, depending on how the case is argued. I was making a generalization, but if you wish to correct specifics, I guess I can't stop you. Law may be exact, but it is easily manipulated as well.