One bride-to-be is being slammed online as rude, crude and horribly selfish for complaining about the engagement ring her fiancé popped the question with, a family heirloom that belonged to his grandmother.
In recent days, one anonymous woman allegedly took to the online forum WeddingBee to voice her all-consuming woes, The Sun reported.
She explained she had always dreamed of receiving a “larger [canary] yellow diamond ring on yellow gold” engagement ring — and that she had told her beau of 10 years “exactly what I wanted.”
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On Jan. 3, her partner at last asked her to be his wife. In a proposal she described as less than “spectacular,” the author’s groom-to-be gave her a diamond ring that had belonged to his grandmother — and alas, the three-stone sparkler was not what she had wished for.
According to The Sun, the WeddingBee writer said that “at first I liked the ring” but “the more days that go by the more I hate it.”
“I don’t know what to do. I’m upset because it’s not what I always wanted and I waited so long for a proposal,” she concludes with a dramatic flourish.
Meanwhile, her words have shocked many social media commenters, many of whom are now slamming her perspective.
“Disgusting & if I were him I would call the whole thing off… what matters most is sentiment or the person u r committing 2 not material objects #ungrateful,” one Twitter user wrote.
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“I don’t understand people like this young bride. A wedding ring is picked out by your spouse and GIFTED to you. Get over yourself. I would break my engagement to you if I was your fiancé. You are not worthy,” another agreed.
“You sound extremely ungrateful. Hate is such a strong word. That’s his grandmother’s ring that you say you hate. How disrespectful,” one WeddingBee commenter said, as per the Mirror.
Others, meanwhile, rushed to defend the woman’s viewpoint.
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“I don’t think it’s ungrateful at all to want to love your ring. And let’s be real, after 10 years, you deserve a proposal with a lot of thought and effort,” a supporter chimed in.
All bling and rings aside, hopefully the couple can soon find their happily ever after — whether that’s together or apart.