(Closed) RUDE ring comments!

posted 4 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
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186 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2016

My roommate (at that time) told me that my ring wasn’t big enough and that must mean he doesn’t love me, haha. 

Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

Wow, that’s so rude! Some people.

I’m so sick of stupid people insulting my e-ring that I just say “okay” absently like I’m half-listening, or nothing at all. These people are looking for a reaction, so I don’t give them one.

Post # 4
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

Wow…they’re both asshats! I don’t understand why people want to question if someone’s ring is real or fake. Why do they care? To that mean lady…great if her husband wants to spend all his life savings for a ring…however she needs to realize an expensive ring doesn’t always equal a happy home. 

Post # 5
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698 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

I’d ignore them!  People that matter shouldn’t make those comments anyway.

Post # 6
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461 posts
Helper bee

Some people are arses. I don’t know why they NEED to tell the person they don’t like their ring or whatever. What do they get out of it other than the knowledge they’ve made them feel like crap.

Post # 7
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1865 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2016

People are assholes 😒

Can we see a picture? We love sparkly things around here 🙂

Post # 8
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9733 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2016

I have a sapphire center stone and while I’ve mostly had positive comments I’ve also gotten some rude ones like: Oh your Fiance couldn’t afford a diamond? Is it a placeholder? Why would you want a sapphire, that’s weird.

I just ignore them. I love my ring, its exactly what I wanted. Some people are just rude,

Post # 9
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550 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2017 - Friendship Plaza

I’m also someone who can never think of the amazing comeback in the moment. But what I’ve found (and honed) for these types of situations… basically, when someone is being completely effing asinine and inappropriate: I give them a perfected, imperial eyebrow-raising stare-of-expectation. It lacks the reaction they’re going for, while not backing down submissively, and makes it clear there’s massive intimidating disapproval.

I thank my mother for this look.

Post # 10
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668 posts
Busy bee

Yikes! People can be so ridiculous and unkind.

After getting engaged, I texted a friend of mine who lives far away a picture of my ring. She said something along the lines of it being beautiful and that if we (my FH and I) ever break up then she and I could use it to fund a vacation. Ummm what?

Post # 11
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1670 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2018 - Our Backyard

What!?!?! I can’t even. forget a snappy comeback. I think I’d just flat out call them an asshole and walk away

Post # 12
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1670 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2018 - Our Backyard

So, now I’m curious though-what kind of ring do you have (not that it matters) and can we see pics?

Post # 13
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Bee Keeper

I haven’t gotten any rude comments about my ring- people have either said nice things or kept their opinions to themselves, but I did have someone ask me how much my ring cost and if my Fiance spent more on me than on the ring for his ex?? (we’re both divorced) Of course she got the look

 

And I said to her “what a weird thing to ask!” and she brushed it off saying she was curious (nosy is more like) and that my ring was really nice but she wondered if he spent more on me than her or vice versa. FWIW I don’t know what Fiance spent on my ring. I don’t know what he spent on his ex’s ring either (and what earthly difference would it make?), I’m sure he got her a nice ring at the time because he’s a sweet guy who would put thought into it, but I love my own ring….I’m not sure I understood what she was getting at, like it was some sort or contest and he’s supposed to ‘prove’ he loves me more by spending more??? I dunno but I found it an odd and nosy thing to ask.

Post # 15
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

thessely:  Ha, I totally have that look and inherited rather than learned it from my grandmother. This sums it up:

OP, people can be idiots and it doesn’t matter what you do they’ll never be pleased. 

I was shocked by the amount of comments I got insinuating my diamond was big. It was a real shock to me that that was even a thing, let alone that people would even comment on such a thing. A big diamond was the last thing I’d wanted. It’s .9 which is apparently larger for UK rings. I looked it up and the average here is .3. I felt kind of bad after that for a while. I’d solely picked my ring because I’d gone gaga for the detail.

I was also on the back foot when my sister randomly started attacking how ostentatious my ring is on a train journey home. She was vehement about it. Even said ‘you could never wear that to a foreign country because it’s sign of wealth and there are people who have nothing’. Right, thanks. I had to bite my tongue on that one as she was going through a lot. We were on our way home from our grandmother’s funeral and my sister was in love with a guy from a distance but thought he’d gone off with his former nanny for a dirty holiday… Turned out nothing of the sort and they finally got together but still, try not to be a dick.

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