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Rokstar
Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 11:08:56 AM

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Would you ladies get pissed if your significant other gave you a ring that was ment for someone else?
LadyX
Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 11:15:59 AM

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LOL yes. Unless it was from his grandmother or something.
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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 11:19:47 AM

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Not if he'd bought it off someone else, for instance, or if it was a family ring... but if it was used in the sense that he'd already given it to an ex in the past...yes, I fucking would get pissed off.
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nope. as long as he's not pissed off when i sleep with the best man the night before the wedding! used ring? well used bride!

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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 11:29:19 AM

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Would I be pissed off...majorly
Would the wedding still be on..no
Dancing_Doll
Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 11:39:57 AM

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Yes, unless it was vintage or a family heirloom.

If it was returned by his ex after a failed marriage/engagement, then yeah - I'd be pissed.

Also - when picking out rings - style isn't a one-size fits all kind of thing. You should try to pick something specially that you know she would like. Taste really varies when it comes to jewelry. She might be a modern platinum solitaire kind of girl and if you present her with some kind of vintage yellow-gold grandma ring with ornate filigree work, she might be kind of disappointed. Think of her style and taste and then choose something special for her.








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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 11:40:00 AM

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If it was a family heirloom, or a ring that was bought second-hand, then, no, I wouldn't have a problem with that...

If it had been purchased previously by him, for someone else, then yes, I would have a problem with that...

Who the hell would do that anyway?? Just trade the ring in for a different one!
MissyLuvsYa
Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 11:43:29 AM

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I think we all agree that unless it is a family heirloom it better be NEW!
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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 11:49:24 AM

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sprite wrote:
nope. as long as he's not pissed off when i sleep with the best man the night before the wedding! used ring? well used bride!


OMG LOLLLLL!!!! I completely and utterly agree with Rachel!!!!
ShyVixen
Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 11:52:26 AM

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An engagement ring meant for someone else, given to me? Would I be mad? HELL YES!! He picked that ring out with her in mind, thinking about her style and what she would like, how he was feeling at that moment in time. To pass it off to his new fiancé to save a few dollars is a slap in the face. It would be better to give her no ring if it were a matter of financial hardships and save or go to a pawn shop and look at vintage pieces. Anything accept a ring that was meant for another!
LusciousLola
Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 12:00:50 PM

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I wouldn't be mad, I would be single.
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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 1:28:59 PM

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As long as he didn't mind if I had it melted down and turned into another piece of jewelry.
I wouldn't want the same ring he had given an ex but I would reinvent it.

It wouldn't take much $$'s to redesign it and make it your own.

Rokstar
Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 1:39:46 PM

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Yeah my buddy bought the ring for his ex. (btw, they broke up because he f'd 4 other girls). I told him he's an idiot. But the new fiancé doesn't know about the previous engagement.bs
Dancing_Doll
Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 1:49:04 PM

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Rokstar wrote:
Yeah my buddy bought the ring for his ex. (btw, they broke up because he f'd 4 other girls). I told him he's an idiot. But the new fiancé doesn't know about the previous engagement.bs


His ex-gf gave him back the ring after finding out that he fucked 4 other girls? Wow... if I was her, I would have just pawned it and taken a vacay to Tahiti.

If the new fiance and the ex-fiance run in similar social circles on any level - things have a way of coming out. He should be prepared to get called on it at some point.


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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 1:56:21 PM

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If it was a family heirloom then i would not be upset, actually Id feel kind of honored. But if he got it back from an ex, Id be more than pissed. Like Lola said, Id be single!!
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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 2:07:00 PM

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We seem to all be in agreement on this one but I do have a G/F whose husband got the ring back from a failed engagement and then had the stone removed and had the wife to be pick a new setting for the stone.

I think that made her feel special and they seem happy. Works for me and it is working for them.

Could be a factor that she walks with a slight tilt to the left due to the size of the stone.







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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 2:16:53 PM

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"If it was a family heirloom, or a ring that was bought second-hand, then, no, I wouldn't have a problem with that..." (Mazza)

mazza!!! Don't you watch horror movies? That ring could be cursed or something!!!


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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 2:20:46 PM

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I know of the other side of this situation. Wife decided that her ring didn't have enough bling so she got a bigger, brighter, blingier ring to replace the "small" (which really wasn't all that small total of 1ct of diamonds)one. And to top it off told her husband..."If I'm dead and our son gets married to some nasty whore, don't let her have my ring. If he wants he can give her my first ring. Save the ring I wear now for our daughter, if she wants it. Under no cirumstances are you to give my "good" ring to some woman that could divorce him and take my ring with her."





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Rokstar
Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 2:41:21 PM

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Dancing_Doll wrote:


His ex-gf gave him back the ring after finding out that he fucked 4 other girls? Wow... if I was her, I would have just pawned it and taken a vacay to Tahiti.


She more or less threw it at his head...Sword Fight Along with other things lolviolent1
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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 2:49:13 PM

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secretcharm wrote:
"If it was a family heirloom, or a ring that was bought second-hand, then, no, I wouldn't have a problem with that..." (Mazza)

mazza!!! Don't you watch horror movies? That ring could be cursed or something!!!



Apparently I do watch too much tv Embarassed


You know it's unlucky to be superstitious, right??

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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 3:38:14 PM

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Maybe... it would make me feel that i'm just not good enough for him.
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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 3:43:03 PM

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Yes, I would. I would feel like I deserved a hand me down, it was ok when I was a kid and my family couldn't afford much, but getting married. Like the others say, unless it's a family heirloom, I would be shocked and probably not speak to him for a while.
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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 3:45:22 PM

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There wouldn't be a wedding that is for sure so if you still call it a wedding ring then..

The family ring is tricky, call it superstitious, I guess I'd only be honored if it was/came from a good loving marriage and or person, if not I think I'll pass on that one too. It is a symbol, if the love is good he can make me happy with a carnival ring, knowing he won it just for me!
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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 4:07:21 PM

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Hell yes! unless it was a pass down through the family over the years(or something similar to that).
cait14
Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 5:06:17 PM

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I agree with gypsychild

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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 9:17:48 PM

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Dancing_Doll wrote:

If it was returned by his ex after a failed marriage/engagement, then yeah - I'd be pissed.


how many women return the ring(s)??

I personally do not know of one (except when I returned a family heirloom to my ex's father ... it did not feel right to keep it)

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Dancing_Doll
Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 9:26:39 PM

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PersonalAssistant wrote:


how many women return the ring(s)??

I personally do not know of one (except when I returned a family heirloom to my ex's father ... it did not feel right to keep it)


I think the general rule of thumb is - if you (the girl) break off the engagement after accepting the ring, then you should return it (unless you broke it off because you caught him cheating or being a douchebag).

If the guy breaks off the engagement after giving you the ring, then you keep it (unless maybe he caught you fucking his best friend).

The whole issue is pretty much a gray zone though... depends on how amicable the break-up was and whether you still want to be on good terms with the person.

In my opinion, once you're married - the girl keeps the engagement ring no matter what happens.



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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 9:30:21 PM

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Dancing_Doll wrote:


I think the general rule of thumb is - if you (the girl) break off the engagement after accepting the ring, then you should return it (unless you broke it off because you caught him cheating or being a douchebag).

If the guy breaks off the engagement after giving you the ring, then you keep it (unless maybe he caught you fucking his best friend).

The whole issue is pretty much a gray zone though... depends on how amicable the break-up was and whether you still want to be on good terms with the person.

In my opinion, once you're married - the girl keeps the engagement ring no matter what happens.


OK .... so how many guys actually try to pawn off on a new fiancee their ex-wife/fiancee's rings?

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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 9:31:24 PM

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Mazza wrote:
If it was a family heirloom, or a ring that was bought second-hand, then, no, I wouldn't have a problem with that...

If it had been purchased previously by him, for someone else, then yes, I would have a problem with that...

Who the hell would do that anyway?? Just trade the ring in for a different one!


I've a family heirloom. I bought it in 1989. Only half-used once. Does that mean I'm stuck with an overpriced solitaire, 4 ct rock? Come'on now... how about we put it on a tummy ring and I get you a real new ring at Sam's Wholesale Warehouse?

Would ya still marry me, cook my meals, wash my clothing, take care of my kids from the previous two marriages and tattoo: Property of WMM - across your tailbone to show your allegiance and never dying love for me?

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Posted: Thursday, March 15, 2012 9:35:30 PM

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PersonalAssistant wrote:


OK .... so how many guys actually try to pawn off on a new fiancee their ex-wife/fiancee's rings?


You really know how to let the air out of an otherwise joyous occasion. evil4

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