People are angry with this woman who found her engagement ring and who hit Facebook

(Image: EvilCowEater / Reddit)

Choosing an engagement ring is a tricky business.

But you would hope that if the relationship is good, even a less-than-glorious ring will be celebrated. It's about love, not diamonds, right?

That was not the case for a couple.

There is a fuss about Reddit in response to a woman who decided to roast her engagement ring online & # 39; and placed a photo in a Facebook group with the caption & # 39; Ewwwww & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Self shame friday here I come & # 39 ;, wrote the mysterious woman along with a picture of a sparkling ring. & # 39; Found in the bedside table of the BF. Not a fan.

Roster please and tell me how tactfully you say no, you need to get something else. & # 39;

(Image: EvilCowEater / Reddit)

At least she wanted to be tactful.

That Facebook post was shared on Reddit, where it was quickly criticized.

& # 39; This is the saddest thing I've seen on this sub & # 39 ;, wrote a redditor. It is a thing if it is a total stranger, but if someone who loves you unconditionally acts as a wanderer, it is just sad. & # 39;

I hope he sees this and then RENT & # 39 ;, wrote another.

The Facebook group the woman placed a photo of her ring (photo: Facebook)

A wise commentator wrote: & # 39; If the ring is the problem, the ring is not the problem. If she really loves him, she will be completely in the clouds with a ring of aluminum foil. The fact that she is angry about the ring and is not excited that her partner is about to propose is a huge red flag. & # 39;


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It is worth noting that according to the woman's message, she has not actually been suggested and instead found the ring in her friend's drawer, so it's possible that this is all a huge mistake and there is not really a plan to ask the question with that ring.

We really hope that the couple will have a chat before any involvement takes place, please note. It sounds like they can have different priorities if the first reaction of the woman to finding an engagement ring is to open a Facebook group that was created specifically to criticize rings.

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