Maybe it's because that ring finger started feeling naked, or maybe it's because the new ex-wife wanted a way to publicly declare her new single status. Or maybe she just wanted to gift herself with a well-deserved trinket after months of divorce proceedings.
Poor Kris spent less time being married to Kim than the 535 days it took to finalize the divorce. In both the cases -- the $2 million bridal bling and the sham of a marriage to Kim -- Kris clearly made some bad judgment calls.
When a little girl plays dress up in her mommy's wardrobe, we think it's cute. When she piles on the sparkly necklaces and bracelets, we understand that she is role-playing and experimenting with mommy's stuff.
In this parody from Oscar Meyer poking fun at De Beers' romanticization of diamonds, we are taken for a ridiculous ride in which bacon has its own 4 C's, and soon-to-be-engaged couples go speechless looking at strips of bacon displayed in black velvet jewelry cases.
"No pressure, no diamonds," as the saying goes. Whether the degree of pressure results in diamonds large or small, all are precious to the wearer. This is a story of the pressure exerted by the two diamonds that have meant the most to me.
Let's put the creamy chiffon and bridal bouquets aside for a moment; for every eight knots that will be tied this summer, there will be two that unravel before their time. Besides the emotional damage of a broken engagement -- the ex-bride and groom are now stuck with that ex-engagement ring.