So me and fiance are looking at wedding bands. We went into Tiffany & Co. to compare their offerings to some others that we’ve already found.
So anyway, while we were waiting to be served for wedding bands, we saw this couple looking at engagement rings. The girl points at a ring in the cabinet. The salesman says “this ring is $41,000. Are you sure you want to try it on?”
Girl says “yes!!” and sticks her fingers in his face, ready to try it. Her guy’s heart seems to jump out his throat. Obviously, this poor man can’t afford this ring. But she tries on this huge ring and is obliviously smiling. He should run away. Fast. Obviously, this woman seems to care more about a piece of jewelry than bankrupting her soon-to-be husband. Maybe she’ll get this Tiffany box wedding cake and show her true colors at their wedding?
We looked at wedding bands, and left. Walking through the mall a few minutes later, we see the same couple huddled in a corner with the girl bawling her eyes out. I don’t know what she was crying about. But if it was about the huge rock this poor dude couldn’t afford: What. A. Golddigger.
Another stupid thing we heard there from some woman trying to convince herself her ring was bigger than it was: “I’m afraid if I wear such a huge ring, some robber will come and chop my finger off.”
Hey lady: Why are you demanding a ring from Tiffany if you are too scared to wear it?