When it comes to sharing an image of your engagement ring, you’d expect people to gush over the design.
Sadly for one woman, it didn’t go down smoothly when she posted the news on Facebook.
Instead of receiving compliments, the bride-to-be was blasted for uploading the image which showed off her badly manicured nails.
The image appears to show a huge diamond ring with the woman’s grown out acrylics.
“I’m not normally speechless when I look at these kinda photos but damn”
Writing on a ring shaming group on Facebook, someone said: “Cross posting [this] from That’s It, I’m Nail Shaming, because that ring is as awful as whatever the hell is happening with her nails.”
Group members were far more concerned with the unnamed woman’s manicure, with one saying they were “speechless”.
They wrote: “I’m not normally speechless when I look at these kinda photos but damn… I’m 100% speechless.”
Another added: “I couldn’t even focus on the ring after seeing the nails.”
A third commented: “Looks like the nail is trying to run away from the ring.”
While a fourth said: “I’m so confused… how did that ring finger nail grow so much faster?”
And a fifth asked: “Surely this ain’t real, if her nails grew out that quick they’d be chipped to death.”
“When you get biweekly and are trying to make the mani last,” joked another.
Most acrylic nails will last around two to three weeks, but some say they can stay on for as long as six.
But the longer you leave them in, the more likely they’re going to snap off.
Meanwhile, another bride’s sentimental ring went viral on Facebook earlier this month.
The woman told how her fiancé popped the question with a 0.5 carat “dragon glass stone” ring with a tungsten carbide band.
However, not everyone was on board when she revealed the inspiration behind the ring came from her dead pet snake, Onyx.
One said: “Black python? Some kind of ball python morph. Or the fakest story ever told on this page.”
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