Post # 47
I agree with all the other bees here: what a horrid sales tactic. I’m sorry he upset you so.
We had totally the opposite experience. The jeweler who helped us pick the diamond showed us several options in our price range: including a rock like yours, with a “visible” flaw much much much bigger + better cut + colour than ones without flaws – and we picked it without hesitation.
Even if someday I see the flaw, I won’t be upgrading, because in 20 years that flaw will dissapear… unless I remember my reading glasses. 😉
Post # 48
@FutureMrs.Wood: Aw that’s really sweet! I have no problems with the store where I bought it…this jerk was some kind of travelling/visiting jeweller selling his crappy/overpriced diamonds.
@Ivorybuttons: Very true haha!
Post # 49
@MademoiselleL:Most beautiful lump of charcoal ever.
Gosh, what a jerk! I wonder why he even bothered saying anything. Your ring is gorgeous. Sorry he treated you like that.
Post # 50
@MademoiselleL: I’d have probably told him, “What a coincidence! I was just on my way to get some hot dogs.” And then I would have walked away without another word.
Post # 51
@Ivorybuttons: Too funny! I like the way you think!
Post # 52
We grilled this past weekend and didn’t need diamonds to cook…!! What a dumb comment!
Why would anyone say that? 1. stupid analogy and 2. insulting! Plus, it really didn’t make sense. If you want to sell something, you complement, not insult. UGH!
Post # 53
hahahahah! I hope you turned around and walked right out!
Post # 54
- Wedding: December 2019 - Paris, France
in that case.. i really wish santa would leave me lumps of coal now!