(Closed) Embrace the Fake Engagement Ring?

posted 6 years ago in Rings
Post # 227
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1529 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2012

Oh boy. Like babytoes just said, I’m sorry your thread got so off topic too. 

Post # 228
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509 posts
Busy bee

@gemgirl6:  Once upon a time, the idea of performing open heart surgey or the notion people could get on a little tv-box and find encyclopedia-like information were laughable, and lookie there … new technology comes along and blows the naysayers out of the water. Whodathunkit! Would you dog out someone for having granite-looking counter tops in place of real granite countertops too because they didn’t come from Mother Earth?

Your opinion has been duly noted. To repeat your one-sided, outdated version of “facts” incessantly is just plain tiresome and not helpful.

Post # 230
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

@gemgirl6:  We know what your agenda is. We know your opinion. Please don’t continue to spread it all over every thread about moissanite in this profuse fashion. Thank you.

Post # 231
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403 posts
Helper bee

Can we all just agree to ignore her? She feeds off attention whether good or bad. 

Post # 232
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774 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2013 - Dalhousie Castle

@gemgirl6:  Salt (NaCl) couldn’t be used as a jewelry stone because it’s water soluble. Large salt crystals have lots of uses though. 

I don’t understand the point of your images. Diamonds and other crystals can also be ground into powder. What’s your point? 

Surely anything that is hard, not water soluble and is aesthetically pleasing is perfect for a jewelry stone? Why hate on lab made stuff? 

 

Post # 233
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33 posts
Newbee

@gemgirl6:  Don’t you get it? Nobody wants to hear about what you think of moissanite. Not to mention, anything you say is very suspect since you’re so biased.  

@Creiddylad:  It’s not just you. She is relentless.

@AnotherMrsBrown:  It’s not even about moissanite being grown in a lab. I think she feels threatened by moissanite. She doesn’t trash white sapphires, CZ, or ashas. It’s just moissanite. She apparently thinks moissanite is a diamond look alike that has far too much going for it.

Post # 234
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Newbee

@gemgirl6:  Please don’t start with the “it’s marketing ladies”, crap. If you want to talk about marketing, then look at diamonds. Marketing is 100% responsible for the diamond myths and allure we all know about, like that they’re rare, valuable, traditional, and are an investment etc. 

Also, how old are you? If your wedding date is correct and we assume you got married at age 18 at the youngest, then that would mean you’re in you late 30s. Your agenda is so immature and ridiculous for a woman of your age. 

Post # 235
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3246 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

@nattiejeanne:  I agree. 

@Jabberwocky:  Eeeegad, I guess I must have overstated what I said.

Enough of this thread. Everyones’s all defensive and getting unpleasant so I’m leaving the discussion.

Post # 236
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Honey Beekeeper

Hey all. Based on flags and the direction this thread is going, I think we’re all pretty much in agreement that enough is enough. 🙂 Closing this one now. Thanks!

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