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Man proposes to Singaporean girlfriend by putting diamond ring on cow’s udder

"I'm udderly disgusted," wrote one commenter.

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Wedding proposals are usually memorable moments because they signify the beginning of a lifelong marriage (or at least we hope so).

However, one man took it to a whole other level.

On the Facebook group That’s It, I’m Ring Shaming: The Wreckoning a Singaporean woman posted about a farmer making known his marital intentions by putting a diamond ring on a cow’s udder.

The post was shared to the group’s 18,000 members from all over the world, according to Daily Mail.

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The Singaporean woman also posted a photo of the engagement ring in the group.

There is a diamond engagement ring on a cow’s udder.

“Shaming the ring and the whole photoshoot,” she shared in her caption.

“The person is a farmer. Still doesn’t excuse his bad taste. And is this considered a nipple ring? Also, the band is thicker than the center stone.”

“If my eyeballs are forced to suffer through this nonsense I’m dragging everyone down with me,” she continued.

The photo attracted hundreds of comments and reactions from the user in the Facebook group.

Some were appalled by the picture. “I’m udderly disgusted,” wrote one commenter.

Some felt a lot of sympathy towards the cow. “The cow doesn’t deserve this,” another one said.

Some users even felt like this could be a form of animal abuse. “That should classify as animal abuse.”

The majority of the people were not impressed by the engagement ring photo and there were no news whether the woman that was proposed to said yes or no.

 

 

 

 

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