Post # 47
even if it was cheap,,it was rude for her to say that.nobody knows whats your fiances pockets and a ring is a symbol .shes a jerk.ditch her and go find some real friends.she is probably on match.com right now looking for someone to buy her a “cheap” ring
Post # 48
You’re friend is jealous. That ring is gorgeous.
Post # 49
Wow. Just wow.
Don’t invite her to the wedding!
Oh and your ring is stunning…and for what it is worth, it also looks like it cost a mint.
I still can’t believe she said that! I would bet money that she is pea green with envy and jealousy. You don’t need friends like that!
Enjoy your beautiful, elegant, exquisite ring… it is a beauty!
Post # 50
I agree with everyone – the girl is totally green with envy!! That ring is GORGEOUS!!
Post # 51
@sommertime: that is one beautiful ring! I wouldn’t doubt it if that person was a bit jealous of your ring!
Post # 52
Your ring is one of my Favs on the bee!!!!
I just love it!
Post # 53
wow, how rude. i’m not into halos and bling either, but holy crap. it’s a beautiful ring and it definitely does NOT look cheap. jeebus.
Post # 54
Step 1: Knock on her door unannounced
Step 2: When she answers, say nothing.
Step 3: Punch her in the eye.
Step 4: Leave.
Give her a few days. Then call to ask her if her eye still feels your ring is fake.
Post # 55
Definitely not! And honestly I’ve never really liked halos before but I love yours!
Post # 56
its an amazing ring and I would have thrown it in her face how much your “cheap and fake” ring was… grrr. shes jealous
Post # 58
@sommertime: That ring is hot! Somebody is jelly!
Post # 59
@sommertime: my suggestion to you is not to be concerned with other’s materialism.
Post # 60
@sommertime: OMG I had someone say my wedding band was tacky because it had diamond on it (it was 1.7mm in width, the tiniest thing), my ering was a solitaire on a plain band. Oy vay some people!
Post # 61
Ah, you’re the hand model gal with the AWESOME ring. I loved loved loved your old one, and I also love your new one. It looks beautiful, really. That lady was completely out of line. Even if she doesn’t like it, isn’t it better to say, “It’s not my type of ring, but I am glad you like it”? Too bad she did not have that decency.