The second one I assume the two were married, and the woman left Shawn, or cheated on him, possibly because of his appalling use of Paint, and so he’s… I don’t know what you’d call it… blanked(?) her out, and put ‘VOWS?’ because she broke ‘em.
The person selling the ring doesn’t seem very emotional about it. Is the “!!” good or bad, I wonder?
And seriously, Shawn, just 1. Spell your name ‘Shaun’, it’s much better, and 2. Just stick to hacking her facebook and changing her status to … is a cheating whore or whatever the kids are saying nowadays.
VOWS? lmao I’m gonna go ahead and assume that she didn’t understand her vows and he found out about it the day of the wedding when he walked in on her and his brother/best man in the bathroom at the reception….. Of course this only one of many things that could have happened.
Yeah, now you guys point it out, it probably just means they either had sex or got engaged… I dunno. Maybe the Lamebook people are really sentimental and think she’s stupid for not keeping the promise ring after it was no longer needed.
That or we all missed something really obvious and they’re laughing at us right now.
Promise rings, where I’m from, were always for “we’ll get married someday but this isn’t an actual engagement.” (I had never actually heard of those purity rings another poster mentioned until I stumbled across some article on the ‘net about them and those dances where teen girls promised, to their fathers, to remain virgins.) But, anyway, the promise rings seem to be a pretty much exclusively high school, maybe early college thing. So I suspect the last one just means they broke up within a week of promising to marry someday.
Not exactly funny, just kind of par for the course with a lot of the high school relationships I saw.
Purity rings USED to be called “promise rings”, but then, when some idiot woman invented this concept of getting “engaged to be engaged” (yes, I’ve actually heard it called that before), probably because she wanted to get a diamond and didn’t think it would ever happen otherwise, the connotation for “promise ring” changed.
Or maybe a man invented the concept so he could buy a little more time to shop around. I dunno. Either way, I’m not a fan.
If you use a word in a sentence, then immediately follow with instructions for people to look the word up in urban dictionary, then perhaps the point of using the word has been missed, and the whole thing is lame..
I thought Sean was the original spelling, but isn’t there some funky Scottish spelling of the name?
Is that what a “promise ring” is? How lame. It just seems like it would take all the anticipation and surprise out of the guy ACTUALLY popping the question. But whatever floats their boat. Purity rings are what really creep me out, how is it any of the parents’ business at all when the kids lose their virginity? I mean as long as they’re being safe and responsible, I think that’s a life choice for the individual themselves to make.
Anyways, all I really wanted to say to this was Shawn is a t00l. Getting revenge on your ex by posting a picture where you’ve scribbled out her face with paint doesn’t exactly say “I’m the bigger person here and I’m happy without her,” does it?
#2 they have 2 kids.. got married.. almost 2 years later they are getting a divorce and Shawn has full custody of both kids.. she is a retard and slept with some guy while he was at school.. … then told mutual friends…and no I am not Shawn I am her brother
Wow. I have this ring. It’s more about $300.00 new, not four something. The middle stone is the only diamond in it, and its 1/5 karat. The outside stones are glass. Somebody wanted to make a lot of money, for little product.