Gist: SHOULD THE SIZE OF THE RING MATTER?  (Read 1230 times)

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by A Loco Viva Voce « on: December 16, 2015, 09:56:59 AM »

If he proposes with a huge rock or a stone so tiny, it looked like a reflection, the question is “Should the size of that engagement ring have an influence on your decision to marry him or not?”.

I recently came across this topic on Facebook and a lot of people had a lot to say about it and of course, so do I :)
Some say you already know if he is the kind of man you would want to marry so regardless of the ring, you should already have an answer to his proposal.

Others say the ring serves as an incentive to respond with the affirmative which is why the words “Will you marry me?” is usually accompanied by a flash of what’s inside the box.

Some really funny people went ahead to corroborate the second set of people by saying that the angle to which the ring is “flashed” is of paramount importance as it is aimed to reveal the ring in grand style.

Apparently, this is why “the kneeling down directly in front of the lady” position is most preferred because the ring is usually the first thing the woman would see when you propose and  if that ring is big enough, she might just save you the embarrassment of saying no – especially if it is a public proposal.

Personally, I believe that aside from saying yes momentarily just to save the guy from public embarrassment, I honestly DO NOT see reasons why anyone would need an incentive to marry someone.

If you need a ring to say yes then you probably shouldn’t be marrying that person anyway.

Don’t get me wrong, an engagement ring is of utmost importance as it is a symbol of him taking that first step in order to share the rest of his life with you BUT if you really want to spend the rest of your life with him then nothing else should matter.

Let me just say that the above statement doesn’t in anyway apply to those kind of men that can clearly afford to buy their wives a decent engagement ring but choose to be stingy about the whole thing. That is just wrong!

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