Woman Slammed For Publicly Dissing An Engagement Ring She Found In Boyfriend’s Nightstand

Woman Slammed For Publicly Dissing An Engagement Ring She Found In Boyfriend’s Nightstand

Any article or book on marriage will tell you that a good marriage doesn’t have to do anything with the wedding, the honeymoon, or the ring. However, not everyone shares the same values, and there are these ring shaming groups.

This phenomenon has spread across the social media lately, and women get to share their ‘grievances’ of not getting the ring they feel that they deserved or wanted. One woman did just that recently, but she was not met with the response she expected.

She shared the post in a ring-shaming group on Facebook, and it ended up spreading to Reddit (of course it did). However, instead of ‘roasting’ her boyfriend, people appropriately backlashed her.

Check out how the story unfolded below, and see how people responded.

After the post went viral on Facebook, it spread to Reddit, where people had a lot to say:

 
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Well, the solution is simple. You don’t get any ring, and good luck finding any man willing to get you anything after this. What an ungrateful sow. hope that dude finds a woman who is as lovely as that ring and they live happily ever after.

And this is why, if you want a ring at all, you go and choose it together. These people talking bullshit about bread ties and grass, yeah right, that’s a pretty high horse. That just means you don’t care about any ring. If there’s a ring shaming group, why did she get a different response? That just seems uncalled for.

That is because those comments are not from the Shame site. They are from sites like this that are not telling that she didn’t like the ring because she told her boyfriend that she didn’t want diamonds due to her morality stance on the diamond industry. Most of the comments from the shame group were telling her if he doesn’t listen to you on something that important. .. get out while you can. What i find odd is a site called fempositive is shaming a woman for having a moral stance on an issue

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