Part 2: Proposals gone wrong and lost engagement rings
The story about the minister who dropped the engagement ring from a hot balloom triggered David Mamane, CEO of MyJewelryBox.com, an online jewelry boutique, to come up with these suggestions. (Read the story about the minister here.)
Top 5 places NOT to put the engagement ring before you propose
1. Inside a hot air balloon: Pastor James Ng learned the hard way when he dropped his MyJewelryBox.com engagement ring hundreds of feet from a hot air balloon during his proposal. At least the whole situation wasn’t full of hot air … she said yes and a week later he found the ring.
2. In a cup: It really stunk when a New jersey man had to go through more than 10 tons of garbage to retrieve the wedding ring his wife placed in a paper cup, which he accidently threw away.
3. On a boat deck or pier: Crashing waves while proposing is romantic, but if you drop the ring into the water — a dive team search and rescue is not.
4. On a bridge: How depressing, a guy approached by the police-suicide prevention squad on the Brooklyn Bridge had to explain that he wasn’t trying to commit suicide, rather he was looking for the engagement ring that he had just dropped.
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