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When I found out you recycled your ex's engagement ring I pawned it. I used the money to go visit my ex in Boston over the weekend.

When I found out you recycled your ex's engagement ring I pawned it. I used the money to go visit my ex in Boston over the weekend.

 
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Yeah Yeah cousin!
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Recycling people over recycled small shiny things. sorry you didn't get what you deserved, princess. Maybe I'll go to the pawn shop and buy that ring for my girl.
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Yes you can be sued.
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I'll admit, giving a fiance a "used" ring is pretty tacky....but why do you have to outmatch that tackiness with something harmful to the relationship? Guess it's a good thing there won't be a wedding.
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What a stuck up, angry, angsty, fat, hooker! I hope you get gonorrhea and DIE! LOL
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Maybe he kept that ring becuase it was the best, most beautiful one he could find/afford and wants his wife to wear it.... just sayin... (dumb cunt)
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what we have here is a failure to communicate...it is better that you two broke it off now then to go on not understanding each other.
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Women like you is why guys like OJ kill women like you: cheap, trashy princess whore...unworthy wishy washy ass
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BOSTON KIDS DO IT BETTER
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i have a family heirloom diamond. should i sell it if the first girl i ask doesn't work out?
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You go girl!
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Don't use the heirloom as the engagement ring. It was one of the reasons I dumped my fiance. Such loyalty to a family makes a man incapable of really loving the girl. She will always come second.
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^I would see it as complete trust and belief in the relationship, since an heirloom is priceless and cannot be replaced. That is essentially what it is meant to convey to you. I'm glad you didn't accept it, there will be someone who is worthy of it and it's not you!
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the comment about the heirloom ring was right on target, probably more valuable than that crap they sell today.
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