Most people who make the decision to get married know that the best parts of marriage have nothing to do with the material parts of it.
Things like the diamond ring, the centerpieces, the venue, and the honeymoon can all be considered “perks,” and the real prize is spending the rest of your life with your forever person.
For Some People, The Ring Is More Important Than Actually Getting Married
In reality, there are a lot of people out there who seem to forget the real meaning of getting married.
These people get way too caught up on material things, especially the engagement ring.
There Are Popular “Ring Shaming” Groups On Facebook
Wedding ring shaming has even become a popular topic online.
Facebook groups have been created specifically for the purpose of criticizing embarrassing engagement rings that people have received and were less than impressed by.
A Woman Shared A Picture Of This Ring In A Ring Shaming Group On Facebook
One post in a ring shaming group didn’t get the reaction the bride-to-be was hoping for.
The anonymous shamer’s post got so much attention that it spilled over to Reddit where the shaming sort of switched targets.
Her Caption Asked For Advice On How To Tell Her Boyfriend To Get Something Different
The post had asked, “Please roast and then tell me how to tactfully say no you need to go get something different.”
The roasting started but it was more focused on the woman who posted the ring than on the ring itself.
People Definitely Came To Roast, But Not In The Way The Bride Was Expecting
People were quick to judge the woman’s ungrateful attitude and some even went as far as saying they hoped the ring wasn’t for her.
Another person pointed out that it’s one thing to shame a stranger’s ring but something else altogether to try to shame the ring that someone bought for you.
People Didn’t Hold Back
One Redditor who was also a member of the Facebook group shared two of the top comments that the woman received.
It’s clear that people online were not on her side, do you think this woman was in the wrong?