Post # 92
No, I wouldn’t. I just think it would be rude and there are so many reasons they may make the claim it is real. Not my place no matter who it is. To be honest, I’m not sure I could just eyeball something and know right away it wasn’t real. I don’t tend to pay that much attention.
Post # 93
If someone is lying to me I am likely to tell them I know and ask them why.
Post # 94
No, I think it would be rude to do so.
Post # 95
I would absolutely not say a thing. It’s called having good manners. My mother would slap me!
It might be fun to imagine in your head something cutting to say to someone like that, but I bet once it was out of your mouth you’d feel awful. You’d be the bitch, not her. Maybe she is super insecure and has some stuff going on you don’t know about?
Post # 96
- Wedding: July 2014 - Prague
No. First of all I don’t know jack about stones. Also, no one I know cares about or talks about their rings. So anyone who was doing that would be a stranger. And I would have walked away from the conversation after the first sentence, most likely.
Post # 98
@Aquaria: So…who cares if her stone is lab created? It sounds like you are miserable with your life and want to knock people down around you.
Post # 99
@Aquaria: rolling your eye is not polite
I would not call someone out on their stone. Its none of my business.
I know a girl who thinks her ring is a diamond and its not, but I would never say anything bc that would be extremly hurtful
Post # 100
I think it depends on the situation. If someone truly believed their ring was something it wasn’t then I might ask them if they have had it checked. There are a lot of dodgy jewellery stores out there especially online.
If it was someone who was just being an arse then I would just ignore them but reevaluate my friendship with them. You don’t lie to people you care about so if you lie to me then it makes me think you don’t care very much.
But then again I don’t respect people who feel like they need to keep up with the Jones or who are materialistic.
Post # 101
No. Never. I find that it’s not my business to do that.
Post # 102
If I was 100% sure I’d just smile and say “Awesome.” Or something and leave it at that. Then question anything and everything that person ever says.
Post # 103
No. There is literally nothing kind or helpful to be achieved by pointing it out. Why would you deliberately seek to publicly hurt or embarrass someone else, however much you disliked them?
Post # 104
@blushpinkbride: Whoa there. Read the thread before you start making accusations. This is a hypothetical topic and I have never done this to someone. Just asking in general what the hive would do if the situation arose. How does that make me miserable with my own life?