Would you tell your friend if her ring was 'fake'?

posted 8 months ago in Rings
Post # 76
197 posts
Blushing bee

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@g456:  lol ok. Maybe it says something about me, but it doesn’t really impact my life, so that’s cool. I am judgemental. Maybe not all the time, but it’s part of my family (and partially cultural as well). I’ve come to terms with it, so thanks for the concern haha. 

Post # 77
5101 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

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@happyjuju:  Years ago you could buy the silver Tiffany knock offs at Bagus watches in Kuta. They had the silver plated stuff for $8 and the solid sterling silver stuff for $35. I remember seeing all these people carrying the blue bags outside the matahari and being confused wondering where a Tiffany had opened up in Kuta, Bali!! I forgot for a second that I was in the place known for its $1 pirated DVDs, faux designer watches and handbags. I don’t know how often in the 90s I saw the sign ‘genuine imitation’ on market stalls in Bali! ๐Ÿ˜†

Post # 78
3117 posts
Sugar bee

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@cmsgirl:  “Genuine imitation” ๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†

Post # 79
1679 posts
Bumble bee

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@lolac:  “all I could think about was how yellow her diamond looked and how she (and her bf) probably went for size, to try to prove to the world they were better off than they were.”

Or maybe they just picked the ring they liked most that was within their budget?  It’s kind of sad that you have to come up with a negative reason for them picking that ring, instead of just being able to celebrate their engagement.

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