(Closed) Coworker told me my ring was too small for …

posted 9 years ago in Rings
Post # 77
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1919 posts
Buzzing bee

She won’t think it’s “too small” after you imprint it on her forehead… Jussayin…

Post # 78
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3875 posts
Honey bee

@jessyrez:  Woah crazy stalked much!? She sounds nuts….and I think your ring is absolutely beautiful!

Post # 80
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

had a coworker like this, copied my hairstyle every time I changed it, tried to buy all the same types of clothes…it was just weird.

Post # 82
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

@jessyrez:  yeah, she’s a hater and something or somethings in her life are not going smoothly. Forget about her.

By The Way, your ring is gorgeous!

Post # 83
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Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2015

@jessyrez:  I have no use for people like that and you should not care about the opinions of someone with that type of mentality…your ring is absolutely gorgeous Smile

Post # 84
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 1993

I think your ring is a stunning creation and looks beautiful on your hand.  So, I keep wondering about that rule.  If your ering is supposed to be your forever ring and your financial situation changes up or down how does that rule still apply?  Ignore that girl.  She has no clue what an ering actually represents…..

Post # 85
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Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2015

Everyone has their own style/taste in rings…all of us on this board have seen both ends of the spectrum and everything in between, from total bling to simple elegance…no one can say that one ring is better than another because they are all beautiful in their own way.

***Your ring should bring a smile to your face when you look at it, because it makes you think of the guy that thinks that highly of YOU to put it there in the first place…because it means you have someone special in your life…if your ring makes you smile…THAT IS WHAT MATTERS.***

Not every style suits everyone, my sister loves her multi-diamond cathedral bling while I chose a very simple low profile bezel solitaire….but for anyone to tell you your ring, your house, your anything, is not big enough or expensive enough, is someone that is not happy with their own life, despite how it might appear on the outside. People that are truly happy, want to see others happy as well and do not look down their nose at anyone.

Do not ever let the opinions of the snooty bring you down, because they just don’t matter.

Post # 86
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

@jessyrez:   Your ring is magnificent!!  I love sapphires!!!  It is perfect.  

Don’t let anyone steal your joy!

Post # 87
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653 posts
Busy bee

@jessyrez:  HAHA!!! I would’ve told her, “It’s a very rare, natural blue diamond. Care to look up  what they cost?” Lol. I don’t typically lie, but I wouldn’t have been able to control myself from playing a few mind games with this rude little girl. 

Post # 88
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Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2014

I can think of more important things to spend the apparently required 3 months pay on than a big rock that wouldnt suit me at all

Post # 91
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2013 - Tybee Island, GA

@jessyrez:  I have a girl up at my work that does the SAME thing!
When i change my hair, she goes and changes hers the week after.

I get a new phone, 2 days later she has the same one!

I get engaged and 2 days later she says they are “looking at rings”

I distanced myself from her and blamed it on my promotion 😉

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