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  • 48 38
    Submitted by daisydukeluke on Jun 13, 12 at 2:27pm

    Yeah, so?

  • 43 40
    Submitted by ly0ntamer on Jun 13, 12 at 11:47pm

    It's only a gift if the marriage takes place.

    • 42 27
      Submitted by cfreymarc on Jun 15, 12 at 3:46am

      Engagement ring laws vary from state to state. Some, it is a gift upon engagement. Others, it is his 'til they marry and now under common property. Others, it is actually in escrow and returned the jeweler or original owner if the engagement is broken. There have been successful civil cases of a man getting the engagement ring back in small claims court after a broken engagement.

  • 37 35
    Submitted by Phil_McCracken on Jun 13, 12 at 2:37pm

    Ouch.

  • 42 48
    Submitted by SSmackk on Jun 13, 12 at 7:19pm

    reuse the diamond. he shouldn't have gotten it back in the first place. it twas a gift! :)

    • 38 35
      Submitted by jtb245 on Jun 14, 12 at 12:59pm

      ...says the gold digging whore

  • 37 38
    Submitted by coumtryboy99 on Jun 13, 12 at 5:42pm

    Pretty rude thing to say.