Diamond ring for v-day

  1. Lisa!

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    A very intelligent, humorous, wise and handsome guy with a degree in anything (preferably not physics and art), who would buy me this diamond ring on Valentine's day! :blushing:


    Intelligent: IQ > 150
    Handsome: height > 5' 11, and physically fit and with a tolerable face:uhh:

    P.S. To be perfectly honest I always blame women on being too intersted in jewelry. But this ring is different!

    Feel free to post your own 'wanted' here!o:)
     
  2. jcsd
  3. Why fear;

    when I m there?
     
  4. wolram

    wolram 3,732
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    I just want a lady that does not want diamond rings, a nice homely country girl will do fine, i will stretch to a box of chocs.
     
  5. Lisa!

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    Whenever you qualify! :wink:
     
  6. Lisa!

    Lisa! 990
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    Awh I'm sure you can find lots of nice old girls who don't want diamond ring! But I'm not sure about yound and hot ladies...o:)
     
  7. Wanted: anyone willing to pay retail for that ring.

    Also wanted: rich nymphomaniac who owns a liquor store.
     
  8. wolram

    wolram 3,732
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    That ring is only 1400$, but i guess a guy with an iq of 150 would not put the two of you together:tongue2:
     
  9. Ooooooo.............
    double post, youre liable to be banned!! :devil:
     
  10. IQ: 182
    Height: 184 cm ( I don't know in ft)
     
  11. wolram

    wolram 3,732
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    I missed an,"of", changed it and both came up ???
     
  12. Lisa!

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    Well sir, don't guess! I'm sure he will if he have enough money!:wink:
    Yep, you're taller than 5'11(=180.34)!:smile:
     
  13. JasonRox

    JasonRox 2,327
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    I wish I can get away with that. :uhh:
     
  14. No wonder thou art Mr. Popular :shy:
     
  15. Moonbear

    Moonbear 12,266
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    I'm not so sure someone with the intelligence criteria you're requiring would be dumb enough to date someone he knew was after him only to get a diamond ring out of it. Though, as diamond rings go, that one isn't very expensive.

    I don't want diamond rings, but I'm not homely either. :tongue: Woolie, if you were just a bit younger, or I a bit older...
     
  16. Math Is Hard

    Math Is Hard 4,915
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    what kind of chocs are we talking about here? :smile:

    I never cared for diamonds because they are my birthstone. I always thought they were boring, and I liked the pretty colored stones better. I like amethysts and garnets and tourmalines.

    My grandpa was a jeweler so I grew up surrounded by all kinds of gems. He had a lot of geodes in his displays that I was fascinated with. They were so uninteresting on the outside, just ordinary rocks, but split them open and oh la la! Hidden treasure!
     
  17. Astronuc

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    A place where I can crank up my Rock & Roll, in peace and not so quiet. :biggrin:

    My family objects to Led Zepplin, Jimi Hendrix, Robin Trower, Traffic, Blind Faith, Spirit, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Journey (1st album), The Who, Yardbirds, Cream, Rolling Stones (< 1970), The Doors, Yes, EL&P, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, Santana, Black Sabbath, Nazareth, Blue Öyster Cult, Jon Butcher, Joe Satriani . . . . at full volume. I prefer to work while listening to inspirational music. :biggrin:

    I need a place of my own. :tongue2:

    Listening to Trower's "Bridge of Sighs" and "About to Begin" as I type this. :cool:

    Oh, you can't always get what you want,
    but if you try sometimes,
    you might find,
    you get what you need! :cool: - Rolling Stones, Let it Bleed, 1969


    Edit: Oh, yeah - a new 5 string base guitar would be nice! Then I would really have to get my own place. :biggrin:
     
    Last edited: Feb 6, 2006
  18. I'm not kidding
     
  19. Evo

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    Did I hear chocolate?

    Same here.

    Like some people. :smile:
     
  20. Astronuc

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    How about rubies, sapphires and opals. Optically, I like the star sapphires, and I have a few opals from back home, including a really nice black opal.
     
  21. Moonbear

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    Onyx and opals are my favorites, really dark blue sapphires catch my eye too (I've been told those have more impurities, thus are cheaper than the lighter blue sapphires, but I like them better anyway). I don't own any sapphires though, and don't plan on buying any...I don't wear jewelry enough to need any more than the few pieces I have. Though, my friends know that should I ever meet some guy who wants to propose and insists on buying a ring despite the fact that I just don't care if I get a ring or not, then they are to instruct him to get a ring set with sapphire or onyx, and definitely not a diamond. Then again, if some guy gets to the stage of proposing to me, he ought to know my preferences by then anyway.
     
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