Months before he proposed the first time, we got matching hematite rings out of a 25¢ machine. Both eventually broke, he proposed and I got an actual engagement ring (his mothers from a failed M, UGH).
Saturday, we went to the county fair. We were walking around looking at all the miscellaneous stuff, I didn't really want anything I didn't need.
We came across magnetic hematite rings. He asked me if I wanted one, I figured it would be a filler until he could give me a real engagement ring. He put his on right away and hasn't taken it off since. Then, automatically, put mine on my ring finger and proceeded to tell me that it was simply to keep my finger warm until he has a new ring and is ready to repropose.
I left it off yesterday when I took a shower so this morning when he noticed my bare finger, he went and found it, layed down with me, took my hand and asked me to marry him. Then he told me that this was not the official proposal, just him asking me to wear the ring until he could propose. I wasn't going to say yes until he told me that it wasn't the official ring or proposal but a promise to do things right this time around. He had an idea of wearing them on chains as necklaces. In his words, So when we kiss, our rings will pull and be magnetized to each other. I think that's his way of metaphorically speaking.
Idk were im at at this point and I still have some figuring out to do but that threw me for a loop and now idk if I should still leave. Should it even matter? I had a beautiful promise ring before, that I loved, that signified his fadelity and loyalty but that was pointless and obviously didn't resonate with him. Why should this one matter? So he can go and cheat again in 6 years. Im not getting my hopes up, this is just another hoax produced by a spineless man. The way I see it, the proof is in the pudding. The pudding says CONMAN.
[This message edited by DoneWithLove at 1:23 AM, August 13th (Tuesday)]