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četrtek, 16 septembra, 2021

Man saves his nail clippings for a year and turns them into engagement ring

A video of a man turning his finger nail clippings into a ‘diamond’ ring has disgusted the internet.

When it comes to engagement rings, we know that not everyone will be able to afford a real diamond – and that’s nothing to be ashamed of.

Instead of splashing the cash, some couples decide to buy cheaper ones or craft unique rings themselves out of sentimental items for a low-budget alternative. 

And while a lot of people have no qualms about being proposed to with a homemade trinket, it seems there’s one thing many people would really hate to receive.

Let it be known that the people of social media, and surely all sane people out there, draw the line at an engagement ring made from a man’s fingernail clippings.

 

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