By Anonymous - 15/8/2019 14:00
Today, I was scrolling through Instagram when I got a new follow suggestion. I checked her feed, and found out it was my ex-fiancé’s newest fiancée. And he'd proposed to her using an $185 ring I'd bought myself for my birthday last year. FML
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By  Hangryko  |  9

If you didn't know he had it from any previous arrangement made between the two of you, report him to the police for theft. Hopefully you kept the receipt.

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By  Hangryko  |  9

If you didn't know he had it from any previous arrangement made between the two of you, report him to the police for theft. Hopefully you kept the receipt.

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  Hangryko  |  9

In addition to my previous comment, if you don't have the store receipt but used a credit card to buy the ring, you could likely use your credit card purchase history or bank statement.

By  mike3775  |  32

How did you not notice a ring missing after the breakup? When my first wife ditched me, I looked through everything to make sure she only took her stuff and not mine.

By  RichardPencil  |  27

While that’s a pretty steep price for costume jewelry, $185 is super-cheap for an engagement ring (and he got it for free, thanks to the “five-finger discount”).

You dodged a bullet with that cheapskate!