‘Spoilt Brat’ Comes Under Fire For Admitting She Hates Her Engagement Ring Online
The woman described how her future husband popped the question
A “Spoilt brat” bride has been slammed online after admitting she hates the “cheap” engagement ring her fiance bought her.
In a bizarre online rant which was shared on the That’s It, I’m Wedding Shaming Facebook page, the woman described how her future husband popped the question with a “random ring he bought from a shop” rather than the large sparkler she had in mind.
Although her partner has “always wanted [her] to have a gem stone he found as a kid” as her engagement ring, the anonymous bride-to-be admitted that she’s “a sparkly bling girl and this small gem isn’t me”.
In an attempt to reconcile their differences, the couple then designed a ring together with “three fake diamonds” and a “white gold band”.
But as someone who is “huge on quality”, the bride-to-be was devastated when her ring “chipped in the first weekend” while the white gold band now looks increasingly “grey/silver”.
What’s more, “one of the diamonds has come loose” in the band is now sitting “sideways”.
Unsure whether to confide in her partner, the bride – who was aware that this made her sound like a “spoilt brat” – added: “I’m just so disappointed by the quality of this ring and I just want to ball my eyes out…
“I don’t want to offend my future husband further as I already said no to his gem.”
She added: “I just don’t know what to do. I want to be mature about it so I haven’t really said anything and just being grateful that I have a ring but it’s eating me up inside…”
Although other users sympathised with the bride for being disappointed with the questionable quality of the ring, others were quick to point how it could spell trouble for her relationship.
One replied: “I’m concerned she can’t talk to her future husband about this – what does this mean for their life together?”
Another added: “Jesus. If you can’t talk to your future husband about something as simple as a ring, how do you expect to make a marriage work?”
Meanwhile, others claimed the woman “cares more about a ring than her future husband”.
Arguing that the fault lies with the jeweller and not her fiance, a third wrote: “It’s not your fiance’s fault that the ring setting sucks! Be a grown up and call the jeweller.”
Similarly, a like-minded user added: “The jeweller will likely fix it. There’s. Literally. No. Problem. Here.”