Show me your .9 carat rings!

posted 2 years ago in Rings
Post # 46
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

j9marie :  A lot of policing lately? Hardly – I made mention of unfair treatment on two threads that I landed on today, which just happened to be with the same poster as the target. And I do flag for the mods to review – they just happen to review after the blood bath is over. Interesting that you’ll address me for breach of TOS for asking people to be a little kinder – but what about all of the bullying bees? Did you ever think to reply to them about breaching TOS?

And, I posted on probably 20+ threads today…None that had to do with any “policing” at all. ETA. I also replied to OP’s original post about the size difference between 0.9 and 1 being nearly nonexistent, and congratulating her on her ring. But, I guess we’re overlooking that too.Screen Shot 2017-12-29 at 9.50.29 PM

Post # 47
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726 posts
Busy bee

bluecutie00 :  Did you read her other thread where she said something along the lines of “not my problem that some men buy their wives small rings because they don’t think they are worth more or couldnt be bothered to spend money on them”? 

Utterly obnoxious. 

This girl said some really rude terrible things on another thread about people with small rings, then played it off like she meant none of it (total lie). She CLEARLY has a distaste for small rings and the women who wear them. Then she comes here and posts this. She isn’t being bullied, at all, people like myself read the other thread, saw her true colours, and called her out on it. 

It’s simple.

Post # 53
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Bumble bee

monika54 :  I did just want to comment to say that since ct is a unit of weight, it doesn’t necessarily tell you what the diameter of the stone you see is going to be. So ct weight only gives you a general idea of how big the stone will appear. And the sparkliness depends the most on the clarity and the angles at which a stone is cut. So you definitely made the right choice to get a ct weight in the range you wanted and to go for the better cut one. Diameter won’t look very different between the two (and you might even have a larger diameter one if the poorly cut 1ct is too deep) but you’re getting a much more sparkly stone.

Post # 54
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Blushing bee

monika54 :  my first ring was like a .25 center stone and I upgraded to a 3.54 center diamond .

Post # 55
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1719 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

monika54 :  Yay! That’s in no time!! 💍

Post # 56
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

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Post # 57
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Bumble bee

love88 :  How big are your pave stones? They look so substantial compared to your center stone. They must add a tone of sparkle!

Post # 58
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

nykkee :  .2ct total weight is so far from both .25 and .90 its completely irrelevant to this post……the bee rocking the ginormous 6+++ carat got reemed for being inappropriate and your addition is slightly absurd too, Im really starting to think I should leave the bee for good….too many totally unnecessary posts on what used to be informative and interesting…arrrggghhhh

Post # 59
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

annieem :  you obviously don’t understand the phrase “for contrast”, it means something opposite to something else is being presented for comparison or to give perspective. Lmao. If you aren’t  interested in something someone has written why would you respond to it? Shm

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