By pencilring - 04/09/2010 14:08 - United States
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r u talking about a little black speck in the ring?? cause there are different stages of diamonds and a lot of them do have those black specks in them being that it's where it comes from, some are more noticeable than others and those are the less expensive diamonds, but a diamond none the less... he would have to get a flawless diamond tell him to go to Kay and get the hearts on fire ha
thing is most people would take this gesture as a sign of cheapness. also the guy said that he didnt get her a nice ring because theyre both carbon and not because he thinks that love should not be defined by a ring. its easy for people to say they wouldnt care for a graffite ring but no one would ever be happy if their fiance decided to not scrape the barrel for a lifetime commitment and if you say otherwise then youre lying and also talk is cheap.
oh yea in addition to my previous comment because people are gonna pull bs that this whole situation should be about their love, the op should say yes anyways if everything else about the guy is good and she loves him. but also everyone who thinks shes a golddigger because she didnt like the fact that the guy was inconsiderate and didnt wanna pay for a diamond ring are probably extremely naive. practically no ones so unshallow they wouldnt be hurt from this incident and no one can say shit till this happens to them
why are you bitching? at least you know he wants to spend the rest of his life with you now, so shut the fuck up and be happy.
Aw I think that's funny and cute :) don't worry you can always upgrade for an anniversary
When my husband proposed to me it was with a ring that had 3 white saphires instead of diamonds. I loved it because he wasn't being cheap, he had gone to my grandpa (who mines his own stones in Cambodia and has the stones cut and set in rings.) and picked out the ring he thought I would like best and bought it. It means a lot to me for many reasons. Rings don't have to be diamond rings to be special. Diamond wedding rings only became popular because of a well known and popular department store marketing them, years ago. I do draw the line at getting a ring because it's cheap if you think your fiancee prefers something else. The bragging about the cheapness of your knockoff...