(Closed) Don't Like Ring

posted 6 years ago in Engagement
Post # 107
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: City, State

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fluffybiscuit:  You should work on your reading comprehension. I got a ring I didn’t like, reset it, and now I love it! 

You should DEFINITELY get a ring you like, which is why I’m asking you why you haven’t just gone and gotten a new one? It’s been over a decade and you have a sad empty finger. So sad. So answer the question, why haven’t you gotten a new ring? Too dumb to think of that idea? Too bad with your finances? 

Maybe if you start saving now you can have one by the time you hit menopause! Or maybe you were right in your earlier post and God really just doesn’t want you to have one 😉 

Post # 109
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: City, State

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fluffybiscuit:  So why don’t you go get a ring you like? It’s not that hard. It’s really easy. 

Also I suggest therapy for your bitterness if it’s been over 10 years and you feel the need to post about how you don’t like your ring. 

Post # 110
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Helper bee

Hey fluffy, I think some of your comments are quite mean but as you said forums are for expressing your opinions and thought I don’t Agee with you slagging off everyone’s coloured stone ring (including mine which a citrine), you are entitled to your own opinions. Let’s move on, what are you going to do with the ring you don’t like? Are you going to speak with your partner and request for a new ring? 

  • This reply was modified 5 years, 7 months ago by 1judejude.
Post # 112
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: City, State

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fluffybiscuit:  why don’t you just get a new ring? troll 

Post # 114
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2017

I’m not sure I understand the purpose of this thread. Are you content now without having a ring? Are you still holding on to bad feelings because you didn’t like the ring you had? Are you planning on replacing your stolen ring?

Post # 115
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: City, State

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fluffybiscuit:  Do you not know that “troll” means someone who starts fake forum threads? 

Also, aren’t you a little too old and too long married to be complaining about your ring? 

Post # 119
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2017

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fluffybiscuit:  You keep ignoring my questions and this thread has gone way off topic. I’m no longer wasting anymore time on it or you.  Fyi.. my Fi purchased a ring that I picked out myself.  Without trying on too many rings I decided on a solitaire as I lean towards clean lines and simple styling.  It’s perfect and I have no regrets.

Post # 120
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: City, State

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fluffybiscuit:  Well that is just so sad for you. I want to apologize to you, re-reading your thread I realize how hard it must be to be married over 10 years (you’re probably middle aged by now) and be so bothered by your ring you have to come post about it on a forum. It must make it even harder that you don’t have the ability, financial or otherwise to get a new ring. It must be very sad and I should be kind to someone suffering like you. Maybe this is, like you said, God’s way of telling you that a ring is not meant for you. Best of luck bee, maybe one day for your 50th anniversary your husband will do the right thing and get you a classic ring. If it’s God’s will there is a way! Muah! Best of luck Hun! Don’t let the empty finger bother you so much 😉 

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