Tightwad Offer - bhs Labelled 'Engagement Ring' £3 !!! Who On Earth Would Want this ! No Expense Spared !! - HotUKDeals
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Tightwad Offer - bhs Labelled 'Engagement Ring' £3 !!! Who On Earth Would Want this ! No Expense Spared !!

Why would anyone want a silver plated ring - never mind a silver plated engagement ring !

Thought it was worth a post for the smile - NOT recommended though !

Might need surgery to remove it form somewhere the sun don't shine if you bought it as an engagement ring !!!!!

mse find

£2.94 after quidco
- npo
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#1
Its hotuk deals saw a deal on beans earlier anythings possible here!
12 Likes #2
HOT!

Just ordered 3.

Will see how many turn up on the wedding day.
#3
james10999
HOT!

Just ordered 3.

Will see how many turn up on the wedding day.


...... stuff it in a nice box - might work until her finger goes green :D
#4
isitnexttohim
Its hotuk deals saw a deal on beans earlier anythings possible here!


:D what a deal
8 Likes #5
ideal for proposal and then go and choose the real ring......no point buying the real deal and she hates it!!!
11 Likes #6
Overpriced by £ 2.99 - costs you much more, many times over ( house, half of your pension etc etc )...!!
2 Likes #7
JR Hartley
Overpriced by £ 2.99 - costs you much more, many times over ( house, half of your pension etc etc )...!!


oh - we are worth so much more ................. :D
1 Like #8
lucerysmum
JR Hartley
Overpriced by £ 2.99 - costs you much more, many times over ( house, half of your pension etc etc )...!!
oh - we are worth so much more ................. :D

Ok, the family car too !! :(

Edited By: JR Hartley on Jan 08, 2011 22:38
#9
JR Hartley
lucerysmum
JR Hartley
Overpriced by £ 2.99 - costs you much more, many times over ( house, half of your pension etc etc )...!!
oh - we are worth so much more ................. :D


Ok, the family car too !! :(


:D maybe thats what keeps you all here !
4 Likes #10
lucerysmum
JR Hartley
Overpriced by £ 2.99 - costs you much more, many times over ( house, half of your pension etc etc )...!!


oh - we are worth so much more ................. :D


...the dyson
3 Likes #11
paint it with clear nail varnish that should hold off the green long enough for a wedding ;)
#12
kemik
lucerysmum
JR Hartley
Overpriced by £ 2.99 - costs you much more, many times over ( house, half of your pension etc etc )...!!


oh - we are worth so much more ................. :D


...the dyson


... george foreman grill
1 Like #13
cheapskate - for £8 you'd get gold plate & a wedding ring too

Gold plated tear shape engagement setFrom £8.00 Product No: 1210122


Product InfoDeliveryReturns Policy.Crystal cubic zirconia tear shape stone set in gold plated metal with plain wedding band

•Sizes available in Small 17mm

•medium 18mm or large 19mm
1 Like #14
#15
You could use them as washers & bling up your washing machine.
4 Likes #16
april fools day proposal? the look on her face would be priceless
14 Likes #17
Bleary123
You could use them as washers & bling up your washing machine.

I already use mine as a washer but she's not very good at it, gravy still left on the plates....
14 Likes #18
If you love someone you shouldn't need to waste a load of money on a ring... in most cases you'd be better off putting the money towards building your future together, especially if you're just starting out.

I'd be perfectly happy with a plastic ring out of a Christmas Cracker... just needless symbolism of the feelings that actually matter =/
#19
do_you_over
Bleary123
You could use them as washers & bling up your washing machine.


I already use mine as a washer but she's not very good at it, gravy still left on the plates....


That's the funniest thing I've read in ages!
#20
# Magurdrac - Jan 08, 2011 23:28
If you love someone you shouldn't need to waste a load of money on a ring... in most cases you'd be better off putting the money towards building your future together, especially if you're just starting out.

I'd be perfectly happy with a plastic ring out of a Christmas Cracker... just needless symbolism of the feelings that actually matter =/ #

Exactly.
#21
james10999
HOT!

Just ordered 3.

Will see how many turn up on the wedding day.


So wanted to post something like that lol!!!
2 Likes #22
Magurdrac
If you love someone you shouldn't need to waste a load of money on a ring... in most cases you'd be better off putting the money towards building your future together, especially if you're just starting out.

Yeah, yeah, yeah!!! I can just imagine her face as he tells her this! :D

If you value your neck, do not try this line, guys.

Honestly. Do NOT Try This Line.

Edited By: renard on Jan 08, 2011 23:49: forgot
1 Like #23
Probably buy one for myself to surprise myself.
3 Likes #24
handy to buy for wearing on a night oot if you dont want hassled by guys when out...
2 Likes #25
nikkiandmidgets
handy to buy for wearing on a night oot if you dont want hassled by guys when out...
Ha! Like that'll stop me...
#26
james10999
HOT!

Just ordered 3.

Will see how many turn up on the wedding day.


Ah a fellow mormon
#27
Its the thought that counts
#28
i agree on the symbolism thing, spending half your yearly pay on a superficial thing like an engagement or wedding ring is insane.

who cares if its only a few quid, what does it really mean at the end of the day? i dont even see why we need to use rings anymore its pretty outdated.

having said that if you are going to buy a ring, then clearly you dont want anything that is going to give your other half stained fingers i would draw the line there lol.
1 Like #29
stingersplash
having said that if you are going to buy a ring, then clearly you dont want anything that is going to give your other half stained fingers i would draw the line there lol.
Well if that's the kind of thing you're into you don't want her wearing anything expensive that might slip off and get lost...
2 Likes #30
stingersplash
. . . spending half your yearly pay on a superficial thing like an engagement or wedding ring is insane.who cares if its only a few quid, what does it really mean at the end of the day?

Fine words - but, as I said earlier, I strongly advise any guy against trying this on!

It's like when you say, "What would you like for your birthday?" "Oh, nothing at all," she replies . . .

Any guy who believes that knows ZILCH about women! :D
#31
Believe me, by the time you agree to get engaged the lady will have told you exactly what sort of ring she requires through various methods such as posting links and photos on discussion boards you visit. I bought her the engagement ring she wanted, but for the wedding rings we went with my idea. I had a tungsten carbide one and she has silver and titanium. They mean as much and last forever.

Edited By: Pugwash69 on Jan 09, 2011 00:49
3 Likes #32
I still think my favourite ever deal (I can't remember if it was here or another site :() was a BOGOF offer on engagement rings :D
1 Like #33
Buy 10 and pretend to be Bobby George
#34
Hot Deal! May come in handy if you marry more than once.

Maybe you can buy it for the ex wife.

The chap / lady who said fellow mormon earlier lol ... My mind originally replaced it with moron, so sorry :)

Could be good for someone to practice with, maybe buy a load of rings and randomly ask women to marry you on a night out... see if you get lucky

some women like men that have already been taken, you could consider the possibility of pretending your hitched

Or superglue one on the street and watch how many people try to pick it up
1 Like #35
damb, i could have saved myself £2997
#36
Not bad as a novelty ring for popping the question and then you go and choose a proper one together.
Do people still do the '3 months salary' rule?
#37
stingersplash
i agree on the symbolism thing, spending half your yearly pay on a superficial thing like an engagement or wedding ring is insane.


Can't say I agree with you there, I wouldn't call it superficial, in fact I'd call it quite the opposite, it's a deep and profound symbol of your joint love for each other.
1 Like #38
Magurdrac
If you love someone you shouldn't need to waste a load of money on a ring... in most cases you'd be better off putting the money towards building your future together, especially if you're just starting out.I'd be perfectly happy with a plastic ring out of a Christmas Cracker... just needless symbolism of the feelings that actually matter =/

Do you have a sister ?
1 Like #39
I guess this is like the next brand up from a Haribo ring.
5 Likes #40
Quidco?

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