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  • We had the idea of having gold-lined rings which are at best, simple. We didn't want solid gold, shiny, detailed, nor catchy designed ones. We wanted it plain but beautiful. We were not after the brand, we were after the quality. We were not after the price, we were after what we can afford. We were not after what 'they' like, but our collective opinion as a couple.

    The culture and religion have, in a small way, pressured us to have these, we're not questioning it, but looked more to it (via cognitive re-framing) as a symbol, a modern day token, a reminder of what the elders say "an act that happens for a day but must be maintained in eternity."

    And don't believe that "Discover the details to last a lifetime.", they're just objects, what matters cannot be bought. Details are in everyday you ought to live.

    But women, deep inside, they'll call this balderdash. So you see, men of the world, we buy nonetheless, after the fact. It's more tranquil that way, right? :)
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