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Man asks if he was wrong to cut up girlfriend's family heirloom for engagement ring.

Man asks if he was wrong to cut up girlfriend's family heirloom for engagement ring.

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The pressure of finding an engagement ring can be a staggering and expensive journey, especially when every other post on Instagram seems to be a perfectly manicured hand with a diamond on top and a caption that says "I'm so lucky to marry my best friend." (Did our 5th grade half-heart friendship necklaces mean nothing to you, Alyssa?)

So, when a frustrated man decided to consult the moral compass of the internet otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole" about whether or not he was wrong to re-purpose a family heirloom to surprise his (hopefully) soon-to-be wife, people were quick to help deem a verdict.

AITA (Am I the As*hole) for using a diamond from my girlfriend's family heirloom for her engagement ring?

My girlfriend (22F) and I (24M) have been together for about 3 years, and I decided around 5 months ago that I wanted to propose. We share a dog and a home so it seemed the next logical step.

She’s hugely into jewelry, so I wanted to get her a really sentimental ring. At the end of September, her grandma suddenly passed away and as my girlfriend was the only granddaughter, she was passed down her wedding ring.

Sources: Reddit
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