(Closed) Mark Zuckerberg’s wife’s ring

posted 8 years ago in Rings
Post # 167
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5295 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 1993

@ThingsThatShine:  I think you are pretty seriously overestimating the extent of serious sports injuries and are using it as an excuse to enforce your own wishes on your children.

@icallitvera:  yeah, my worst injury came from tripping and sledding.

Post # 168
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995 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

That blogger sounds like such a bitch. I have respect for the Zuckerbergs for having the wedding they wanted instead of caving into pressures to splash $ around 

If they had, people would be talking smack about how obnoxious it was 

 

People are jealous and love to talk crap

Post # 169
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1181 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

I don’t like women in sports, the workplace, the military, law enforcement, etc…I don’t like when women have very short hair…I don’t like when a woman refuses to take her husband’s name…all those sorts of things. 

[Comment moderated for personal attack]

Post # 170
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826 posts
Busy bee

@hisgoosiegirl:  I saw my classmates dealing with injuries and needing surgery because of sports.  Kids have been killed when playing sports.  I just think it’s too much strain on a body that’s still growing and developing.  

Post # 171
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1130 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

@ThingsThatShine:  Sorry for thread jacking, and I’m going to preface this with the fact that I am a huge feminist from California that lives in DC. So, I’m pretty liberal. There is nothing inherent, to my knowledge, about women that make them better suited to be in the home. Is there a reason you prefer women over men at home, rather than just one parent? I’m honestly just curious. I understand preferences, but there is usually some sort of reasoning behind the preference.

To be honest, my mom stayed at home with me, and it was wonderful having a parent at home. But, my dad could have easily done the same thing.

 

Post # 172
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88 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

@ThingsThatShine: Honestly I don’t think you have the right to prefer that any of us do anything. I don’t “prefer” that you go out and get a job when you’d rather be at home running the household. That’s your choice and I respect it.

But I do object to being called less feminine because I enjoy a good game of ultimate frisbee, work full time and have a pixie cut. Femininity doesn’t require looking and acting like a porcelain doll. I’m a woman. Femininity is what I make of it. There is as much feminine grace and beauty in the lines of a woman’s body as she returns a tennis serve as there is in a woman sitting in a dress with her ankles crossed in church.

In this day and age it’s unrealistic to prefer each sex to consist of identical little paper dolls with the slots in all the same places. What’s so objectionable about embracing individuality over traditional gender roles? Diversity is what makes us so fascinating. A world full of Stepford Wives would be awfully dull.

Post # 173
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660 posts
Busy bee

Firstly when you are that rich, you don’t want to attract attention to yourself by wearing a HOUSE on your finger, muggers, robbery, ransom!? Secondly, money can’t buy you class, class can’t buy you money – I think that ring is beautiful, subtle and unique! She seems like an understated, elegant woman anyway, so why would she go for a massive rock if it goes against her and her natural tastes – If I became a millionaire overnight, I’d still have my own style and preference, I’d just perhaps be able to buy better quality! – Just because someone is rich, does not mean they have to dress extravagantly, wear massive bling and drive Bentleys!!

Post # 174
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2870 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

For what it’s worth I think the ring is pretty, and if it’s what she wanted and it is special to them then it makes that ring beautiful.

That being said this discussion seems to have run its course, and the topic has strayed so far from the original topic. This thread has turned to personal attacks and name-calling rather than constructive discussion about Mrs. Facebooks ring.

 

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