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    #31
    Don't know about why such importance is given to material things, but do know that the society in pk sometimes really sux!
    My husband gave me his cute ring, its a simple gold ring, I love it really very much, but I think that at first some people looked at the value of the ring, its pity, such a thing doesnt have a value for me, its the feeling attached to it, the love and care it reminds me of when I look at it, for me in such sense its priceless. I wonder why some people still look for price values in things which are not meant to be.

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      #32
      My view is that money is better spent elsewhere. However, people have a right to spend it on whatever they want, as they will be responsible for their choice.

      I dont wear jewelry at all, so I would tell my hubby to never buy me jewelry if he can help it.
      "O man! What has seduced thee from thy Lord Most Beneficent?" - Quran 82:6

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        #33
        I may just be a bit crazy, but if a man spent two months salary on a ring for me, it would make me extremely nervous! I mean, if he wastes that kind of money on a piece of jewelry, it would make me think "is he wasteful? Is he boastful? Is he going to put me in the poor house because of these spending habits?" I do not find any of these qualities favorable for marriage.

        Like I said, maybe that is just me. Once I become engaged, of course a ring would be nice. But how about something that reflects more the nature of our relationship? Something more original would be nice.

        My friend's brother was recently engaged to a very picky young lady. He should have bought her a mood ring

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          #34
          http://www.heraldtribune.com/apps/pb.../APN/402130897

          Who wants that for an engagement ring ?

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            #35
            Exciting, ooh *and* it might just divert the unwanted attention away from my oversized self.

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              #36
              This whole solitaire business is so western. Who cares abt jewelry and solitaires? Honestly, any girl, or most girls I know, like to wear jewelry etc and would be happy abt the ring but it wouldn't be the everlasting thing. What would be everlasting is sincerity and devotion to the relationship.

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                #37
                Well, I say if a girl starts to specify color, cut clarity etc, a smart man should RUN! An engagement ring isnt necessary but its a gift of promise, nothing more. Whether its tin or gold, diamond or not shouldnt matter one whit. A girl who wants the big rock to show off is superficial. Anyway, isnt that kind of money best spent elsewhere? Like on a nice place to live or things the couple will need or want or maybe even the type of honeymoon whose memories will become the fondest of memories of a lifetime? Its not like the ring will appreciate in value, its a poor investment as resale value is really bad. If a big rock is what you're both into, thats fine but I just fail to see the fun in it.

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