Bride-To-Be Shamed For Wearing Two Engagement Rings
A bride-to-be has been shamed for wearing two engagement rings after her indecisive fiancé bought her three different rings.
The woman's finance, from the US, originally proposed with an affordable $10 (£7.63) sterling silver ring, which the bride-to-be wore for a total of four months.
Then, the loved-up future hubby upgraded and bought a fancier round halo diamond ring (we're guessing for a little bit more than a tenner), but he still hadn't made his mind up. After struggling to decide on just the one ring, the fiance also picked up a third rose shaped ring, meaning the woman was left with the terrible decision of having to decide which ring she wanted to wear. You know, one of those proper first world problems.
Now, most of us would probably agree that there's worse problems to have than trying to decide which shiny ring to wear, and thankfully it seems the bride-to-be understands this, as she even took to Facebook group 'That's It, I'm Ring Shaming' to boast about her future hubby's indecisiveness.
"We're not married yet but I have two engagement rings because he couldn't decide what one he liked best," she wrote.
"He woke me up at lunch time and proposed to me with a $10 Stirling silver warehouse ring. Wore it for months before he replaced it with the band and diamond which has a band to go with it.
"A few months later he saw the rose one and brought that too and put it on my finger. When I asked him which one he liked best for my engagement ring he couldn't decide so I just wear both."
However, while most people can appreciate the generosity of the fiancee, it seems not everyone can appreciate his taste in rings, as group members rushed to the comments section to brand both of the rings "ugly."
"If you're going to wear two engagement rings, at least make them both decent?" one scathing person commented.
Another added: "If you can't decide which one to wear, the correct answer is always neither!"
On a side note - remind us never to share our engagement rings in a ring shaming Facebook group!
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