A woman from Indiana posted several pictures of her labradorite and rose gold ring on the Facebook page, which is specially made to troll people’s engagement rings.
The photos showed the woman resting her hand against the steering wheel to click the picture and the speedometer of her Honda car can be seen behind her hand, which is at 40mph. She was driving without using one of her hands.
She captioned the photo: “This big boy is my ring… I can finally share it with you guys now that everyone knows I’m engaged.”
The members on the page quickly pointed out her careless behavior and bashed her for the unsafe driving.
One wrote: “I’ve lost 2 people in my life to car accidents that weren’t their fault. I would like to say a big f*** you to your entitled a** self and your ugly f****** ring…
“How dare you think that you and that disgusting tick on your finger are more important than the lives of others.”
Another agreed, saying: “Thanks for putting everyone else on the road in danger by taking a picture of your s*** ring.
“Make better decision – like d*mn, the world doesn’t revolve around you and that ugly a** piece of gravel.”
A woman who got paralyzed in an accident wrote, “Ummm b***h you’re driving. You think we don’t see that speedometer?”
“I’m disabled because of a f***** like you was on their phone and not paying attention. If this gumball ring wasn’t already an indicator… you need to rethink your life choices.”
One person in the group asked whether the comments from the group were not marked as bullying, the group answered by saying: “I think when OP [original poster] completely disregards the sanctity of human life they’re fair game.”
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