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Discussion in 'RockyTalky' started by TweetyBird23, May 21, 2019.
by TweetyBird23 » May 21, 2019
Is it another term for modern round brilliant?
by Bron357 » May 21, 2019
I remember being at a church wedding and the groom dropped the ring and it bounced down the stairs and a few people had to get on hands and knees to find it!
A lady sitting behind said “that’s not a good omen”.
The couple are still married, 4 kids, and there’s a photo on display at their home that “captured the moment”
by Kaycee2018 » May 21, 2019
On other forums I’ve seen it as being used for “round brilliant”.
by OoohShiny » May 22, 2019
I don't understand why 'ring bearer' = MRB.
That makes zero sense to me unless I'm missing something really obvious, lol.
by Gussie » May 22, 2019
I know what a ring bear is...
My husband growling when I ask for a new ring!
by Wink » May 22, 2019
That picture sure is cute!
As for the story about dropping the ring being a bad omen. Paul once told me about a tradition in Antwerp: If you drop a diamond while checking it for potential purchase, you are supposed to buy it! I do not know if it is upheld, but it is fun to share. Can you just imagine jewelers in the States trying to uphold that same tradition with consumers?
by denverappraiser » May 22, 2019
I once had a client who used that to describe the little spring-ring thing that diamond dealers use when they send out stones to clients. Also known as diamond holders.
As another random thought, I’ve heard them called Not-A-Rings because of the cardboard label that Blue Nile wraps around them so that customers know not to present them as if this was already in a setting. No doubt someone sued them over this at some point.
by ponyrider » May 22, 2019
On some other web sites, the abbreviation RB is automatically changed to the term "ring bearer". I am not sure if that is how the moniker came to be To me, probably due to my age, the term refers to the little boy or girl who carries the rings down the aisle on the little pillow However, I have never seen a ring bearer at a Jewish wedding so I dont think it is a Jewish thing My stepfather married my husband and me and he had the rings in his pocket - plain bands, of course.
by TweetyBird23 » May 22, 2019
by _dracarys_ » May 23, 2019
It's just poor coding on a site that sounds like SchweddingSchbee. If you type in DD for Dear Daughter on that same site it translates to Dirty Delete.