The title of this question is self-explanatory. If you gave someone a wedding ring, would you want that ring back when the relationship ends?
Most Helpful Guy
I thought about asking, but I knew that legally it belonged to her. It would kind of be nice to have as it was sort of one of those overpriced rocks. Like, that's sort of the negative of buying diamonds online (which I did). If you go into a Tiffany's and get a diamond, they'll sell ones that are "H" color with VVS2 clarity and call them extremely "high quality" -- which I'm sure they are. But when you buy online, you realize that before "H", you have D, E, F, and to get those diamonds, all you have to do is move the slider to the left. So suddenly, the stuff at Tiffany's looks like crap because you have all this control over the characteristics of your diamond -- diamonds that are so colorless and flawless that Tiffany doesn't even sell them. And those colorless/flawless diamonds are actually cheaper than the ones they sell at Tiffany so then you feel like you're somehow getting a good deal when in fact, you're still getting scammed because you're buying a stupid diamond!
I'm getting worked up now. Get a cubic zirconia!0
Most Helpful Girl
This reminds me of a song
"Now that we split up.. you want me to give up, all that you gave.. But, what about my love and time? Can it be replaced? You never thought about me bade and I see you haven't changed a bit cause you're still acting childish I guess you've forgotten.. I've never been a silly bitch and you can never get back shit so you can stop all that calling, complaining, stressing, about something you're just not getting all my love can I get it back? No I can't, all my time, can I get it back? No I can't, so.. all your rings? Can you get'em back? No you can't all you gave, can you it back? Hell no you can't"0