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bigideas
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Nightmare wrote:
And yeah Boyd was taking a lot of pictures.


I was wondering - when he takes photos in these types of situations is he saying anything or does everyone basically ignore him so it has a naturale appearance? Laughing

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patrock wrote:
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...and any left over is being saved for an engagement ring.

Go to Claire's.

Laughing

A ten dollar engagement ring...genius.

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Oh and Boyd pretty much just goes around with his camera and takes pictures of what's going on. He doesn't call attention to himself. One time he was taking a picture through some sparse plant vine stuff haha. It was sweet.
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Nightmare wrote:
patrock wrote:
Nightmare wrote:
...and any left over is being saved for an engagement ring.

Go to Claire's.

Laughing A ten dollar engagement ring...genius.

It's a good idea to me. I'm sure it'll all work out...
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patrock wrote:
Nightmare wrote:
patrock wrote:
Nightmare wrote:
...and any left over is being saved for an engagement ring.

Go to Claire's.

Laughing A ten dollar engagement ring...genius.

It's a good idea to me. I'm sure it'll all work out...

Yup. She won't think I'm cheap at all...

Hey maybe I should propose with one like that and if she says yes go out and shop for the real ring with her. If she says yes you know she's a keeper.

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Here's a good place. I buy stuff all the time. Or, you could buy a stone and have it set in a setting from a jewelry store. www.jewelrytelevision.com

I say, don't go with the everyday colorless diamond. Be different.
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patrock wrote:
Here's a good place. I buy stuff all the time. Or, you could buy a stone and have it set in a setting from a jewelry store. www.jewelrytelevision.com

I say, don't go with the everyday colorless diamond. Be different.

I found it. But can't post a picture of it. And for some reason the url doesn't work. Lame.

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Diamonds are lame. Razz
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patrock wrote:
Diamonds are lame. Razz

No I was taking it from that site you gave me. It's an amethyst and citrine swivel ring. Gold and purple with a giant face. She'll love it.

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Nightmare wrote:
patrock wrote:
Diamonds are lame. Razz

No I was taking it from that site you gave me. It's an amethyst and citrine swivel ring. Gold and purple with a giant face. She'll love it.

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Hahahaha. What's the item number?

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Item: MRC321
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patrock wrote:
Nightmare wrote:
patrock wrote:
Diamonds are lame. Razz

No I was taking it from that site you gave me. It's an amethyst and citrine swivel ring. Gold and purple with a giant face. She'll love it.

...

Hahahaha. What's the item number?

Edit:
Item: MRC321
That?

Yes! Sorry it took me forever to find the item number haha. So what do you think?

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Nightmare wrote:
patrock wrote:
Nightmare wrote:
patrock wrote:
Diamonds are lame. Razz

No I was taking it from that site you gave me. It's an amethyst and citrine swivel ring. Gold and purple with a giant face. She'll love it.

...

Hahahaha. What's the item number?

Edit:
Item: MRC321
That?

Yes! Sorry it took me forever to find the item number haha. So what do you think?

You're joking right? That ring is insanely large. Those stones are not very big but when you put in as many as that has it's just too much. I do love citrine though. The darker shades (Madeira). You should get something in Morganite (pink) or Kunzite (purple/pink). Or even a colorless zircon. A diamond cut zircon looks an awful lot like a diamond. Or a Spessartite (orange to red), hessonite (orange to yellow) or Tsavorite (green) garnet. Any color spinel (just not black). Or heck, a pink sapphire.
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Nightmare
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patrock wrote:
Nightmare wrote:
patrock wrote:
Nightmare wrote:
patrock wrote:
Diamonds are lame. Razz

No I was taking it from that site you gave me. It's an amethyst and citrine swivel ring. Gold and purple with a giant face. She'll love it.

...

Hahahaha. What's the item number?

Edit:
Item: MRC321
That?

Yes! Sorry it took me forever to find the item number haha. So what do you think?

You're joking right? That ring is insanely large. Those stones are not very big but when you put in as many as that has it's just too much. I do love citrine though. The darker shades (Madeira). You should get something in Morganite (ink) or Kunzite (purple/pink). Or even a colorless zircon. A diamond cut zircon looks an awful lot like a diamond. Or a Spessartite (orange to red), hessonite (orange to yellow) or Tsavorite (green) garnet. Any color spinel (just not black). Or heck, a pink sapphire.

Yes I was joking 100%. I'm not a fan of gaudy and flashy rings. In reality I'm thinking I'll probably just take her ring shopping to make sure it's one she likes haha. I'd feel bad if I got a zircon for an engagement ring.

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I'd feel bad if I got a zircon for an engagement ring.

I said zircon, not zirconia.
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patrock wrote:
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I'd feel bad if I got a zircon for an engagement ring.

I said zircon, not zirconia.

You may or may not be surprised but I had no idea there was a difference. Cool huh?

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