So, if you're Pt's other half, would you be the bottom or the top half?
Again with the divisive, eerie thoughts? Oh, you don't even want to know what he thinks of people having sympathy for those who have passed away. It's just awful.
Besides, they never said they were divided vertically. In an equal marriage, they would be divided horizontally, eliminating the need for your question. Don't you see how connected rings symbolizing marriage are usually depicted side-by-side?
What we all want to know, the $64,000 question is: does Nonpareil like surprises?
And to answer chatoyer's $64,000 question: I like surprises, but it has to be according to my "vision". Basically, pt has to run it by me first in his very clever, subtle way and then surprise me. For example, I told him I want us to design the engagement/wedding ring together. So I know what I will get and pretty much how much it costs - but I do expect him to surprise me with the proposal (even though he knows I will say yes). I don't like public surprises, so I do not want him to propose to me in public places, like a restaurant or mall or something...
I like little surprises, especially when it show thought and he doesn't have to spend too much or any money for it. Like, one time he brought home chips from work because they were giving it out and he knew I like it. It was sweet! I hate it when he spends our money on something I like without asking me first. I rather save that money for more useful things, if you know what I mean - we are trying to pay off our mortgage.
Welcome, Nonpareil, nice to 'meet' you fellow INTJ.
Originally Posted by Nonpareil
To clarify, I just said that I want a ring but not specifically a diamond ring. I really don't care if it even has a gem in it or not. I just want to cool ring that when people see it, they won't forget it. I like originality and to me, a diamond is too standard.
I wondered how you felt about this. I have one such diamond ring partly (a large part) because my now husband wanted me to have one. Don't get me wrong, I like the ring, and I'll never tell him otherwise. It isn't something I've 'longed for' or 'dreamed of' though.