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A big ring would be nice but a small one would be just as great.
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Modest fits me perfect, I'm not a showy person so I don't need a showy ring of any kind.
No, I can't do a simple ring like that. I wouldn't refuse it if my man gave it to me but I'd definitely go out and pick another one with him. I don't like that people call wanting a better ring bad though. If I have to wear it for the rest of my life it better look goddamn amazing because I don't even like rings.
Also, I'm the bread winner. It's not like he'll be blowing money himself just for me. We combine our money so I rather us just go pick out our rings together. And him ask me first.
The setting is gorgeous on that last one
Shit I picked wrong. I would never wear a wedding ring nor do I want one. It seems so shallow to spend money you could've spent on something life-changing on a piece of rock and metal just so everyone can gawk at it or whatever. I'd much rather donate to a charity. And why do you need a ring to prove that he loves you? It has always seemed sort of materialistic and shallow, not to mention unoriginal. I understand the "symbolism" or whatever but I feel like you could find another symbol that would be more personally meaningful and special between the two of you, instead of some greedy meaningless chunk of rock.
Teeny/dainty is more practical for everyday wear. I would love something like that. The teardrop shape is just so lovely and elegant but not necessary. If/when something like that is within the means, that's what I'd like.Then someone presented me with this option and although I never expect to have anything like it, it was fun to think about.Jewelry matters none if the love isn't real and committed.
Obviously I don't want something out of a quarter machine. But he doesn't need to spend thousands of dollars on a ring either. Pretty, but simple would be fine. My cousin got married in a courthouse and her wedding ring is a simple band with a small stone. They've been together 15 years. It matters more to me that he's loyal and caring and treats me right. if we're going to spend our lives together, those qualities are more important than how much he spends on the ring.
B. It's not everyday that a man gives you something that's nice so I am just being appreciative. I am sure that if he gave me that ring, I would think that he was giving it to me for a special reason! It need not be a $1000 ring or piece of jewelry because I wouldn't look at him as what I can get from him! Though some people think that way, but not me. And I would hope that most women weren't like that!
A small but real gem , real gold or silver ring would be fine with me so that if I loose , it gets destroyed or stolen then no big deal to replace it
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Small and modest. If anything I would prefer a gold or silver band. The ones guys typically wear. Because I use my hands a lot and I would be afraid to wear it in fear of breaking it if it was otherwise. Plus I want to be able to wear it everyday without the anxiety of breaking it.
If the first ring is all he can afford at the time, then I would ask him to continue to save. You can get really nice rings for $400-$500 these days. There's no reason for him to present his eternal love for me in the form of a pebble. I'd only accept it if it's a family heirloom but even then I want a nicer ring. Note that I said 'nice', not 'large' as that's not the same thing. That first ring looks like it would snap in half.
Well if you really love them, you wouldn't care about the size, a bigger rock doesn't necessarily means he loves you more. I'd be fine with any size, it's not like I'm marrying the ring lol what's important is the dude
Needs to be stylish appropriate for a wide variety of dress and occasion Needs to stand out for style and design but not for size. Neither overly large or small. Appropriate now and when I’m 80. No diamonds.
I would like to have a nice ring but I would never want a guy to sacrifice his rent or his food or his car to get me one. He / I should spend what he can afford.
Id take a bubblegum ring if it meant we could get married rn lol. But i want a dream ring maybe like 1 year anniversary
I kinda prefer just a band anyways
Small, modest, hell mine wouldn't even need a stone in it. Simplicity is elegance and the meaning is more important to me than it being some flashy jewelry.
All I care about is quality. And quality doesn't always have a large price tag attached to it. I just want a ring that doesn't fall apart within the first year of wearing it. I love opals more than diamonds.
I’d like a cute ring. No diamonds necessary. I really like the rings from pandora. The cheapest are like $45. The most expensive that I’VE ever liked was $115. So I don’t think it’s too pricey. There’s people out there that spend thousands. So.
I spent $7000 on her engagement ring. I don't care if mine comes out of a 25¢ capsule machine.
I actually want a small one. Not necessarily cheap, but I don't really wear rings anyway, so I think a big one would get in the way.
I hate huge rings I think they're a stupid investment. I'd go more for a cool band design if anything. I would be really uncomfortable if someone spent a shit ton on money on me like that.
I'd be happy just wearing a wedding band like in picture B I'm not into big diamonds but then I don't really wear jewelry even the jewelry I own I very rarely wear them
We agreed on getting a small inexpensive one now then once we get our loans paid off and some money saved up we will get another one.
It needs to be massive. Anything where I can still actually raise my ring finger is too small. But on the upside he can have a one inch penis ☠️☠️☠️
It doesn't matter to me at all. It's really the thought that counts.
Tbh I hate wearing jewelry, especially rings, so if a ring was proffered at all during a proposal I'd be a little concerned about how well the proposee knew me. A fancy ceremonial knife would be better recieved
It's not the ring that makes a difference.. If the guy that gives you the ring is the right one any ring will look great for you..
I just want a ring that looks pretty and goes with me, so an overly dainty ring wouldn't work. Im not that fussed with diamonds and stones but I want some art and passion behind the ring.
It really just depends on the ring for me, i also like more unique and nontraditional rings
I'd be happy with whatever he gets me even if it's a ring pop.
If I loved him, he could give me an onion ring and I'd be happy with it.
If I were to get married I think I would prefer a plain ring without a rock or even no ring for that matter.
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