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Any advice for other ill-informed saps looking at engagement rings?
PM Stitchie. He the man.
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stitch is your man. get a stone from him icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Any advice for other ill-informed saps looking at engagement rings?

buy a place that you can afford on your own

 

knock her up in due time :crackup:

 

thats how i got out of spending money on buying a piece of shiny charcoal :p

 

except now i am paying for it cuz her one egg decides to turn out a pair of identical twins :brick:

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Nick. Dont buy Diamonds from online.
You just have to see it in person.
You must see it in person.
Size or quality?
I sacrificed on size for quality and I am glad I did. The one i got sparkles even in the dark. What is the point of having a rock that is big an yet lacks brilliance?
Price?
If you cannot afford it then dont take out a loan to buy it. I considered getting something with a loan but that just seemed unethical. Use another persons money to buy your to be wifes ring? Always spend within you budget.

What does she want?
I didnt know and so I asked her straight up. You may not be able to do that.

Tiffanys
Dont go there. I asked for a ring that was as similar ad the one I bought from Stitchie and it wAs somewhere three times the price. That maybe an exaggeration.
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You the man!!!
Funniest moment is when her little sister asked if it was real. I lolzed at that.

YES OF COURSE ITS REAL DAMNIT!!!!!!
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Tiffanys
Dont go there. I asked for a ring that was as similar ad the one I bought from Stitchie and it wAs somewhere three times the price. That maybe an exaggeration.

that would not be an exaggeration.
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where are the alden trees from? you got aldens too?!?!?! worship.gif
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Nah. I asked for cedar shoe tree and cj were not cedar and aldens were. I will return to this place and get a nice brown pair n
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Nah. I asked for cedar shoe tree and cj were not cedar and aldens were. I will return to this place and get a nice brown pair n

You turned down the shaped "semi-lasted" shoe trees from C&J? ffffuuuu.gif Those are better for keeping the shoes shape. They are deeper in the toebox, stretching the leather out nicely. They cost about $120 if you buy them separately. Those Alden numbers are probably about $35 max. You can also get a whole bunch of Woodlore cedar trees from the Jos A Bank sales for $10 each. biggrin.gif

The whole cedar vs. hardwood debate is silly - http://www.styleforum.net/t/19986/help-me-choose-beech-vs-cedar-shoetrees/0_50#post_262715
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Please to get CJ trees so much prettier.
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Please to get CJ trees so much prettier.

Seriously, da fuq were u thinking noodals? C&J trees are waaayyy better
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Get back to that store and get the C&J trees

or else...
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Mistakes were made today. Rudal's tree choice may or may not have been one of them.
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Mistakes were made today. Rudal's tree choice May or may not have been one of them.

Mistakes can be fixed biggrin.gif
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Mistakes can be fixed biggrin.gif

True. Fwiw rudals, generic cedar trees are for scrubs who can't afford lasted trees. You are not a scrub, get the lasted trees.
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