Tiffany Legacy Engagement Ring

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kelleyiskelley Posts : 11,590 Registered: 7/2/06
Re: Tiffany Legacy Engagement Ring
Posted: May 19, 2010 1:05 AM Go to message in response to: TrustLove

Seriously, is this womans story, whether fake or not, THIS freakin fascinating to everyone that you all must continue to harp on her every word and overanalyze it to death? Quite frankly, I think that there are about 400 threads on here that are waaaay more interesting than this ...and I dont understand why the hell time94 or whatever your name is , is spending soooo much time focusing on this one poster. Give it a rest already. Its annoying.


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Edited by: kelleyiskelley on May 19, 2010 1:06 AM

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time94am Posts : 42 Registered: 5/16/10
Re: Tiffany Legacy Engagement Ring
Posted: May 19, 2010 1:42 AM Go to message in response to: kelleyiskelley

It's more interesting listening to someone with a very vivid imagination try to convince herself it has anything to do with reality. Re-read the original posts and responses to those posts. Most of the OP's posts were non sequitur as she attempted to spin her weave of illogic into a pattern which never materalized.

Students in universities don't make anywhere near $50,000 in a year with part-time jobs that require no advanced education. So, the element of the father who wouldn't get them more than $10,000 has appeared in the story for a desperate attempt at legitimacy.

Anyone who exaggerates, constantly changes her story, and ignores critical questions that may give her an air of legitimacy -- simply needs to be exposed so more people don't waste time.

I'm good at spotting BS, and this one girl gave a valiant try by dishing it out.

How long will the soap opera continue? Until she quits being fed.

Kitchen's closed.

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GarminGPSReviews Posts : 1 Registered: 5/18/10
Re: Tiffany Legacy Engagement Ring
Posted: May 19, 2010 2:21 AM Go to message in response to: time94am

It is ceration of our century ago the tiffancy setting has been world favourite engagement ring. The ring has been called it is most accurate and brillant ring ever. It is most beautiful and termendous.





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Edited by: Ocean123 on May 19, 2010 2:21 AM

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starfish701 Posts : 465 Registered: 12/10/08
Re: Tiffany Legacy Engagement Ring
Posted: May 19, 2010 8:18 AM Go to message in response to: GarminGPSReviews

I worked two jobs in under grad and let me tell you, had I been saving that money instead of spending it (on both educational and personal needs....clothes) I would have left college with a good chunk of change (I still managed to get out with a nice bit in savings). I went to college on a scholarship so money I made went towards the books not covered by the scholarship and my living expenses, It sounds like the OPs parents probably paid for her college education so any money she made would have been hers to keep. If you are lucky enough to have that be you situation, saving that kind of money over four years is hard but not impossible.
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Nmahoney82 Posts : 23 Registered: 5/19/10
Re: Tiffany Legacy Engagement Ring
Posted: May 19, 2010 11:00 AM Go to message in response to: TrustLove



For what it's worth, my opinion on spending all that money
on a 2.5carat ring from Tiffany's is that it's insane. Aside from the obvious
fact that 2.5 carats don't look good on most women (unless you have bigger
hands of course) but the amount of money that will be spent for the Tiffany's
label alone could probably pay for the wedding entirely.



My finance bought me a 1 ½ carat next to flawless ring from
a local store for literally less 1/5 the cost of what a 1 ½ carat ring from
tiffany's would cost.



Prior to his proposal, I explained to him after a long discussion
about if he should get a bigger center stone that I would prefer the smaller
ring because yes it really is the thought that counts and he can take the extra
money he planned on spending, and use that towards our house or wedding. Well,
we're moving into our new house in less than two weeks and I'm planning my
wedding!!



I really don't understand women anymore, it's all become
about the glitz and glamour when in reality most of them will end up divorced anyway.




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starfish701 Posts : 465 Registered: 12/10/08
Re: Tiffany Legacy Engagement Ring
Posted: May 19, 2010 11:48 AM Go to message in response to: Nmahoney82

NMAhoney, I have a 3 karat ring on skinny fingers and I think it looks pretty darn amazing thank you.
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TrustLove Posts : 73 Registered: 3/7/08
Re: Tiffany Legacy Engagement Ring
Posted: May 19, 2010 12:07 PM Go to message in response to: starfish701

Starfish701, would you mind posting a picture of your ring.

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Nmahoney82 Posts : 23 Registered: 5/19/10
Re: Tiffany Legacy Engagement Ring
Posted: May 19, 2010 12:51 PM Go to message in response to: starfish701



What "looks" good is also a matter of opinion. I
stressed my opinion, you are more than welcome to yours. :-)

I, also, don't think that florescent colored tube tops and stone washed "mom"
jeans look good either. To each his own.



And I don't need a huge, unnecessarily large, diamond to
prove to a world full of people that don't actually care either way that I'm in
love or not. I have my gorgeous, medium sized ring AND a house. now THAT is my
ideal engagement present?

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WoostaBride Posts : 220 Registered: 6/8/09
Re: Tiffany Legacy Engagement Ring
Posted: May 19, 2010 1:07 PM Go to message in response to: Nmahoney82

"unnecessarily large" ??? Yikes. I have a big ring, and it was "necessary" to my fiance that he buy it.Your choice of adjective is subjective, and sounds a bit ignorant. The whole "big rings don't look good on anything but big hands" spiel is usually a tactic of someone with a smaller ring....which is totally fine.....but come on, it's overused. Do you ever hear a person with a larger ring say "wow, this ring looks so bad on my hand?" Eh, not so much.


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Nmahoney82 Posts : 23 Registered: 5/19/10
Re: Tiffany Legacy Engagement Ring
Posted: May 19, 2010 1:32 PM Go to message in response to: WoostaBride




To me, a 2.5+carat ring is unnecessary. And if my fiancé spent
all that money on a huge ring for me, I would ask him to get me something
smaller. To ME a huge ring is not what I wanted. Note:
key word…ME

And my ring is not small, it’s perfect, for me. He gave it
to me with love, and that is all I ever could have asked for. In fact, he could
have been down on one knee without a ring at all and I would still be the luckiest
woman on earth to have found my one true match.

So if you’re offended because I, a random poster on
the internet lol, thinks a huge ring is unnecessary, then I’m sorry doll. However
I am entitled to my opinion. I don’t know
you, don’t really care to know you, and I don’t know what your ring looks like
nor do I really care. If you like your
ring then F what the world thinks, and stop being so defensive over something
that is, yes SUBJECTIVE. What looks good
in my opinion, doesn’t necessarily look good in your opinion, so no my
statement was not ignorant, it was factual. You might see my “small” ring and think “oh
God, he must not love her that much because he didn’t buy her a big ring” or
whatever you would think. And my response would be “oh bless your heart” and I would
continue with my day like we never had that conversation, because honestly, you’re
a person from God knows where trying to pick a fight because OMG I don’t have
the same opinion as you do.

One could say that my fiancé doesn’t have to prove to the
world he has money by saving for decades, or financing, or whatever men do to
buy something so expensive…. He proves to ME he has money by buying us a home
for our kids, and nice cars and family vacations at our condo every other
weekend… but once again, to each his own. If you’re happy with a large ring and
happy with your life, then maybe my opinion shouldn’t matter so much to you.

Also, My colors are blue and silver..... maybe that differs from colors that you like, so feel free to jump down my throat and tell me that pink is the better color or whatever. LoL

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starfish701 Posts : 465 Registered: 12/10/08
Re: Tiffany Legacy Engagement Ring
Posted: May 19, 2010 2:06 PM Go to message in response to: Nmahoney82

LMAO wow over react much?

Wootsa obviously because we have big rings we can't afford to own a home or a car. Plus we think that those ladies who have smaller rings have awful FH who hate them.

Luckily we own a home, cars and I gets a big ol ring. Sure does suck to be me.
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KCI Posts : 150 Registered: 3/30/09
Re: Tiffany Legacy Engagement Ring
Posted: May 19, 2010 2:22 PM Go to message in response to: starfish701

Ring size preferences are going to vary greatly person to person, but NMA - I understand exactly what you mean. My bf took me browsing a couple weeks ago and I personally don't like the look of anything over 1 1/4 ct on my hands (ring size: 5).

My ideal ring is a simple, 1ct, round solitaire. That just happens to be what I like. Many people want something bigger - good for them if they can get it and like how it looks on them.

And I think it's ok for NMA to have said bigger rings don't look good on people with smaller fingers, because that's her opinion. I just happen to not like the look of large rings on my hands, and overall prefer simpler rings. Ring choices and preferences are as diverse as dress choices. There's so much out there because not everyone is going to agree on what they like.

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Nmahoney82 Posts : 23 Registered: 5/19/10
Re: Tiffany Legacy Engagement Ring
Posted: May 19, 2010 2:37 PM Go to message in response to: KCI




Oh Starfish, bless your heart for taking my opinion and
twisting it. Cute, really. I actually did NOT say anything about if you own a
home and cars or not, I simply expressed that we DO. I don’t actually care if
you do or not, but just because you prefer a bigger ring for whatever reason
(if you have fatter fingers, or feel the need to prove to everyone you have
money, or you just simply LIKE them) does not give you the right to bash me for
my opinion as I’m not bashing you for yours.

As whats-her-name said "it's typical for someone to criticize bigger rings
when they have a small ring" or something like that. An equally stereotypical retort to that
comment would be its "typical"
for people with bigger rings to be overcompensating for something they lack in
their personal lives. However, I’m not assuming or judging anyone on their
ring, dress, or anything as such as I’m far from stereotypical.

I have my opinion, you have yours. Get. Over. It. and please, spend your time
doing something productive like reading, planning your wedding, knitting, or
something...but honestly this attempt at ragging on me for GOD FORBID not
preferring bigger rings is getting old.

I Don’t Like Big Rings on anyone with small hands, PERIOD. I think they look
tacky and fake like cocktail rings. But if you were a friend of mine, I would
grab your hand and say "do you like it?" and when you said "yes,
OMG LOVE IT" I would say "it's gorgeous!" because yes, the only
thing that matters is that YOU like your ring. So with that said, congratulations on your
3000 Square foot home, 2010 BMW and three children and being a stay at home
mother…or whatever it is you have\strive for in life.

and Kait86, thank you for seeing my point!! I have a size 5 finger, and jeeze I’m
only 105 lbs and 5'3" LoL I'm small, so I wanted something that didn’t
look overpowering on my small hands.
Apparently that’s a crime here on Brides.com

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Nmahoney82 Posts : 23 Registered: 5/19/10
Re: Tiffany Legacy Engagement Ring
Posted: May 19, 2010 2:42 PM Go to message in response to: Nmahoney82




Well ladies, it’s been a pleasure but my FH that “hates” me because
he bought what I asked him to, is picking me up for a late lunch date. :-)

Best of luck and congratulations on the future weddings!

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starfish701 Posts : 465 Registered: 12/10/08
Re: Tiffany Legacy Engagement Ring
Posted: May 19, 2010 2:55 PM Go to message in response to: Nmahoney82

Sigh..... To funny.


Other ladies I am not making fun of small rings or bashing opinions. I happend to have a big ring, I happen to think its amazing. I do not have it to prove to the word I have money (DH did not even buy it, it was his grandmothers) nor do I need it to know he loves me.



The best ring is the ring that the person wearing loves. Be it .05 karats from walmart or 5 karats from Tiffany's.

Going back to a PP, claws really do fly on brides.com if someone hints at paying more than the average cost for something. Why is that?
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