Picking out an engagement ring for your partner is not an easy task. Knowing that this is the most important jewelry that they will ever wear, it should come as no surprise that people spend a lot of time trying to find the right ring.
Considering what men go through in finding the perfect engagement ring, netizens were not too happy when one woman shamed her boyfriend’s engagement ring choice before he’d even had a chance to propose. According to a viral post on Reddit, a woman took a photo of a ring she had found in her boyfriend’s nightstand and shared it on social media, asking for support, but the internet is not having it.
One man clearly thought he’d done a good job – but his girlfriend had other ideas.
According to a screenshot of the post, the woman wrote:
“Ewwwww. Self-shame Friday here I come. Found this in the BF’s nightstand. Not a fan. Please roast and then tell me how to tactfully say no you need to go get something different.”
The woman shared her disappointment and embarrassment in a group called “Ring shaming.”
The woman’s name and the Facebook group have been redacted, but it seems that it’s part of the group’s custom to post your own ring on Fridays for a healthy dose of self-deprecation.
The jewelry in question? A three-stone ring set in what looks like silver. While everyone is entitled to their own opinion, many people on Reddit pointed out that the ring is actually very pretty.
“Am I the only one who thinks the ring looks beautiful?” one person wrote. “I’m not a gem expert, but those diamonds look pretty big to me,” wrote another.
Many think the potential bride-to-be crossed a line, and they were rightfully baffled by the woman’s insensitivity towards someone who obviously cares about her.
“Maybe the ring wasn’t meant for you,” one netizen wrote. “Maybe this guy should go marry someone who actually appreciates the things he does for them and oh, is happy that he wants to spend the rest of his life with them, maybe?”
12 Simple Rules Everyone Should Know By Heart
Some people still don’t know. Help spread the word.
Saying "please" and "thank you" or picking up after yourself are things we're all taught from a young age, and they can go a long way with others. But there are some habits we have that, while we may not consider them to be rude, could rub people the wrong way.
Maybe you're someone who's been accidentally pissing people off with your lack of knowledge about certain etiquette. Perhaps you’re someone who likes to impress people with your etiquette skills. Either way, there are some basic life rules we should all know and follow. Here are 12 simple rules everyone should know by heart.
1. If you're out to dinner and somebody else is paying, DO NOT order the most expensive thing.
8 Popular Apps Of Today Transformed Into Objects From The Past
Did you own any of these?
People nowadays couldn’t imagine themselves leaving the house without their precious mobile phones. They also feel uneasy going to a meeting without their trusty tablet or laptop.
The younger generation wouldn’t also know what it’s like living and going about their day without the internet. But for those who have experienced the 1980s, life was so much simpler back then. But just in case you’re wondering what Facebook, Netflix, Google, and a lot more would be like in the past, here are eight popular apps of today transformed into objects from the earlier years.
1. Spotify - Cassette Tape Recorder
Sweet Toddler Hugs Strangers When Told It’s Time To Leave
He made sure to hug as many people as he can before leaving!
We all know someone who can't simply go when it's time to leave a party. They might have to go around the room to say goodbye to each of their friends. However, one toddler took the art of saying goodbye to another level. The adorable kid decided that he should hug everyone in the park when his parents told him it's time to go. That's right, he hugged everyone even if they were strangers!
The heartwarming video was taken by Nick Sasfy. The proud dad and his wife Stephanie had taken the adorable little Jude to the local park. Interestingly, when the toddler learned that it was "time to go bye-bye," Jude decided he shouldn't leave without letting everyone know. So he proceeded to ambush unwitting strangers with surprise hugs.
Jude hugged as many people as he can before leaving the park.