The Internet Lost It on a Woman Who Belittled "Small" Engagement Rings
The Internet didn't take too kindly to Twitter user @Daymjina's recent tweet on "small" engagement rings — on August 19, the young woman reportedly uploaded a photo of a simple (but stunning!) diamond ring, with the caption, "Imagine finally being proposed to and this is the ring you're given." She added a string of sob-face emojis for emphasis (yep).
The woman (whose account has recently been made private) received some serious flack from users who felt that her post was callous and, most notably, off base. "My girlfriend picked out the engagement ring she wants. It's smaller than that. The size of the ring doesn't matter," user @bigpancakeguy wrote.
My girlfriend picked out the engagement ring she wants. It's smaller than that. The size of the ring doesn't matter— Glue Gun Stanley (@bigpancakeguy) August 21, 2019
Twitter's general consensus? It's about the size, magnitude and depth of the love — not about the number of carats. A series of users replied to @Daymjina's tweet, posting their own engagement rings (even theirparents'engagement rings!) to hit home their point. "The ring my dad gave my mother because he just wanted to marry her," @you_want_moore shot back.
"If the size of the ring is more important to you than the man who is giving it to you, do him a favor and say no," another user wrote, reported the Daily Mail.
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