Even though they ended their relationship
six months ago two days ago, Liam Hemsworth is proving he’s a true gentleman by allowing Miley Cyrus to keep her engagement ring instead of asking for it back. Or maybe he just felt bad because she sent it out for cleaning so many times, so he felt she earned it. Who knows.
Maybe I’m biased because I’m not rich and/or famous, but I know for damn sure that if I’d put a piece of jewelry on someone’s finger that explicitly meant ‘we will be together forever’ and then it turned out that ‘forever’ was like…a year or so? Give or take? I would be at your front door to retrieve said piece of jewelry in about forty-five seconds. You know, so I could sell it to by food, or clothes, or rent for ten years.
Because that’s the thing — the ring that Liam bought Miley is a hand-cut vintage diamond from the 1890s, weighing in at 3.5 karats and worth $100,000. Um yes I will have that back, please, so I can make plans to go to Chipotle every day for the rest of my life. But Liam’s a better man than me, because he apparently:
“…wants Miley to keep the ring. He wouldnâ€™t ask for it back. Liam told Miley to keep it and do with it what she wanted. He told her to keep it as a memento of their love affair.”
Their ‘love affair’, huh? That’s a fun term for an engagement between two humans that was intended to be taken seriously!
“When Liam bought that ring, he truly believed he would be spending the rest of his life with her. Now he realizes they are both just too young to be ready for such a big commitment.”
I mean hey, Liam, as they say in Arrested Development — well, that was a freebie.
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