(Closed) Did anyone actually choose a small stone ring?

posted 10 years ago in Rings
Post # 166
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Newbee

 

This is my first post! I know it’s an old thread, but hubby and I are about to celebrate our anniversary and that got me to weddingbees.

Mine is only .10ctw, that includes the e-ring and wedding band, but at the time we bought it we were both college students. Our financial situation is much better now, but I dont want to upgrade since there is a beautiful love story attached to our rings. We’ve been married for 20 years and he’s gifted me bigger diamonds throughout the years, but my wedding rings are irreplaceable. It was never about keeping up with the Jones for us, but about being able to have our happily ever after. 

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egb :  

Post # 167
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Helper bee

Sorry, get a chunk of carbon worth showing off!

Post # 168
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Newbee

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merrymargaret :  Because you say so? 😂 I am not that insecure nor do I need your approval. 😉

Post # 169
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

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merrymargaret :  Did you read any of the posts in this thread? Many of the bees here have very good reasons for why they opted for a smaller stone. Your comment comes off as a bit judgmental. If you don’t approve of smaller stones, this probably isn’t the thread for you. 

Post # 170
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Blushing bee

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merrymargaret :  I’ve seen some rude comments & yours is the rudest!  You’re a real “B” and that letter doesn’t stand for Bee!!!!

Post # 171
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Busy bee

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merrymargaret : Sorry, get a chunk of carbon worth showing off!

Does it occur to you that some people don’t choose engagement rings, or anything for that matter, to show off? 

Post # 172
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2016

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orthobee :  Your rings are beautiful and I love the sentiment behind them. Ignore that awful response! Rings are not for showing off. If that’s the case then what’s the point in getting engaged and married. Just buy yourself a big “piece of carbon” to show off. What a horrible comment. Orthobee, I love your rings! 

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