Woman Reveals What Your Engagement Ring Says About You And It's Weirdly Accurate
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Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@cullenjewellery
A woman on TikTok has revealed what your engagement ring says about you - and people are finding it weirdly accurate.
You can watch the video below:
The TikTok was shared by @cullenjewellery, and talks social media users through the various different engagement ring styles, and what they mean for those wearing them.
For example, for the round solitaire, they explained: "You're classic, you love designer, you love the finer things in life. You also love getting drinks with the gals on the weekend, but you're also the mum of the group and need to be back in bed by 9pm.
"The oval trilogy - you're the mum of three kids with a Range Rover. You're super organised and you throw great house parties.
"The pear halo - you're an unproblematic queen, you've got the kindest heart but you've also got a coffee addiction.
"The radiant pavé - you're the main character. You weren't asked to be, it just simply falls upon you. You give great advice but you just don't take it yourself."
And followers are loving the videos, with many finding them so accurate.
One person commented: "Omg...the accuracy."
While another said: "Okay, but why was mine so accurate."
And a third added: "How is this so true."
Meanwhile a fourth commented: "I feel - attacked... The accuracy!"
Others begged the jewellery brand to do a follow-up video with more styles, such as the emerald cut and marquise.
In other wedding news, we told you about a man who revealed his wife is so ashamed of her three-carat engagement ring, she wears a rubber band instead.
TikTok user @tiktokarash shared the short clip of his fiancée whilst she used her phone, writing: "My Persian wife is ashamed of her 'small' 3 carat diamond ring so she wears this rubber thing instead."
The video has since gone viral, racking up 15.8 million views, and TikTok users have been sharing their theories as to why the woman has opted for a rubber band instead of a huge ring.
“Security reasons,” commented on TikTok user.
However some people disagreed with this theory, with one woman replying: “Why get a ring so big you’re afraid to wear it for fear of being robbed. Everyone is so extra these days.”
Another person quipped: “Take the ring back and let her wear the rubber band.”
Someone else joked: “Maybe you need a new wife that appreciate what you give and do for her.”
What do you think?