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Man called out for wanting to propose with engagement ring customized for ex-girlfriend: ‘Hell no’

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This bride-to-be wasn’t expecting her “something old” to be her engagement ring.

A concerned woman took to Reddit seeking advice after she learned her boyfriend was planning to propose to her with an engagement ring he had custom made for his ex-girlfriend.

The woman explained her boyfriend asked her if she would be OK with the second-hand ring, noting “it’s just been sitting in his cupboard.”

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“He and his ex were together for about 4 years and he had planned to propose to her, however the proposal did not happen because the girl had broken his heart again and again and he finally had enough. Before that though, he had ordered a customized a ring from overseas for her. I’m not sure what the actual value of the ring was, but according to him he spent few thousand dollars on the ring in total. This was not even including the money spent flying to and fro,” she wrote in the post.

Though the woman claimed she could “see the practicality of it,” she confessed “something in my heart just can’t get over the fact that the ring was originally made for someone else in mind.”

“He assured me that she never wore it, but I just don’t want something that wasn’t made for me. Am I being unreasonable? I don’t need an expensive ring, and I don’t need diamonds, but I’d like the ring to be bought with me in mind,” she wrote.

Those on Reddit were quick to tell the bride-to-be that she was not being unreasonable.

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“No girl! You’re not being unreasonable. Rings carry stories and history,” one person commented.

“I like to think of myself as a practical person who is also not superstitious, but HELLLL NOOO to the failed-past-relationship-bad-juju ring! I can empathize with your boyfriend on the ring being a total financial loss, but there are plenty of other practical and reasonably priced ring options that he could purchase for you with you in mind,” another wrote.

“For this ex: a customized ring that was so special he couldn’t source it locally and flew overseas to get it. For you: an unused ring sitting around in the cupboard,” one wrote.

Many offered up practical advice, as well.

“As a jeweler, I’d say keep the diamond, and reset it. A diamond is a diamond, and the mounting should be just for you,” one person commented.

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“I would ask him to have the stone reset into something customized for you. Obviously you won’t be happy with a ring customized for his ex,” another seconded.

The anonymous woman seemed pleased with the responses she received.

“Great idea. I love the idea of repurposing the stone into a different piece of jewelry as well!”

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Pub apologizes, removes controversial photo of Jesus after extreme backlash: ‘Absolutely disgraceful!’

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An Australian pub has deleted an image of Jesus and issued an apology after facing extreme backlash on social media.

Mary’s Newtown in New South Wales received a barrage of hateful and threatening comments slamming the eatery as “disgusting” and “disrespectful” for its controversial post, which featured Jesus holding a cigarette and a beer.

“Jesus got hammered for his sin, you can too. Open from 12 Good Friday and ALL long weekend,” the since-deleted post read, news.com.au reported.

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The photo, which was posted right before Easter, sparked a negative response with many within the religious community.

Though the post was taken down, those offended by the image left poor reviews on the pub’s Facebook page — which are still there.

“any place that needs to mock someones faith to sell their business is a disgrace. Absolutely disgusting. Shame on you,” one reviewer wrote.

“Their recent post is highly offensive and has caused me to imagine their menu lacking taste and very bitter. Absolutely disgraceful!!” one wrote, leaving a “Do Not Recommend” tag on his post.

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“Extremely unprofessional means of advertisement. Highly discriminatory and disrespectful. As a business, there should be a high level of respect towards their customers – no matter their beliefs and values and therefore, should keep personal beliefs separate from business. Will definitely be boycotting this entire place for their poor representation and reputation as well as their disgusting food and service,” one wrote, calling for a boycott on the pub.

“Absolutely disgusting!! Do not give this place the light of day their food is just as disgusting as their social media posts,” another commented on Facebook.

Yahoo Australia reported religious Facebook page Orthodox Christianity fueled the negative comments by asking their followers to “Please give this place a bad rating, they are Mocking our Lord Jesus Christ.”

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Mary’s Newtown published an apology post on Instagram stating the Facebook picture was never meant to offend anyone and that they decided to remove it after receiving “threats of sexual and physical violence” against the staff.

Mary’s Newtown currently has a 3.6 out of 5 rating on its page.

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National Park Rangers say thousands of glass shards placed on Michigan beach with ‘malicious intent’

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National Park Rangers are searching for those responsible of spreading thousands of shards of broken glass across Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore in Leelanau County, Mich., on Tuesday.

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The glass was picked up by park staff and volunteers who combed the beach trying to retrieve as much of the shards as possible to prevent visitors from getting hurt. (NPS Facebook)

Park Ranger Andy Blake said freshly broken pieces of glass between a half-inch and two inches were found spread up and down the Lake Michigan beach, near the Good Harbor picnic area, according to the NPS website.

“I am outraged by this act that is clearly intended to injure visitors to the National Lakeshore,” Blake said to WILX. “Thousands of pieces of broken glass do not appear on the beach without malicious intent. I hope our visitors and the local community can help identify the person or persons who would deliberately harm our beachgoers, including children.”

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The glass was picked up by park staff and volunteers who combed the beach trying to retrieve as much of the shards as possible to prevent visitors from getting hurt.

The incident is currently being investigated.

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Mom demands children give their Build-A-Bears to daughter at birthday party, gets slammed on social media

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This is un-bear-able.

A mom was shocked by an unusual incident that allegedly unfolded at a child’s birthday party and turned to Reddit for advice.

The anonymous poster claimed on Reddit’s Parenting forum that she took her 6-year-old daughter to a classmate’s birthday party at Build-A-Bear Workshop over the weekend.

“The invitation said each kid (about 8 total) would get to make a Bear, and I just assumed they would get to take them home, since that is what happened at another BAB party I went to. Me and my husband even pitched in about 30 dollars as we know these things can get expensive,” the poster wrote on Reddit.

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After the children spent time making their special animals and picking accessories, the group left the store and planned to go back to the birthday girl’s house for the rest of the party. However, as the kids left the workshop, the mom of the birthday girl announced each child would have to turn over their animal.

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A mom was shocked by an unusual incident that allegedly unfolded at a child’s birthday party and turned to Reddit for advice. (Photo by Adam Bettcher/Getty Images for Build-A-Bear)

“All is well, we leave the store, then friends mom announces that the kids need to give all their animals to her daughter. Cue the upset and angry kids. They all disappointingly handed over their animals, and friend wasn’t even being nice about it either. Another little boy didn’t want to, and friend ripped it out of his hands. I probably should have said something, but I didn’t. The other parents seemed pretty baffled too,” she wrote.

The mom said she went to the party, but her daughter became upset watching as the birthday girl played with all her new animals.

After she returned home, the mom turned to Reddit asking if “this is totally normal and I should have expected this, or am I being an entitled parent?”

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Those on Reddit were quick to respond, defending the mom as not being entitled.

“That is really weird!! I can’t believe the parents made all the kids give away their bears,” one person commented.

“Agreed. Beyond strange. I would never in a million years think to have a party where the kids (and our guests) have to give away their item. So bizarre,” another wrote.

“Their daughter and family will forever be remembered for this. And NOT fondly,” another pointed out, concerned the birthday girl will now be disliked by her peers.

Though some tried to reason that maybe the parent throwing the party thought the bears would be gifts — but those attending the party should have been told in the invitation.

“I think it would have been less weird if they had said that up front like ‘Oh she wants a bear specially thought out by each of her friend’ to make it seem like they’ll be special or something lol,” one person wrote.

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In an update, the original poster explained that she talked to the mom of the party at the school pickup, but did not get a satisfying explanation.

The mom said she asked the mom throwing the party “why the kids didn’t get to keep their bears,” noting she “even pitched in a little bit of money, assuming the bears would go to the kids.

To which the mom allegedly responded, “Well I didn’t have enough money for each of the guests to make their own, that would get pretty expensive! If you want your money back I’ll see about getting it back to you. I don’t really see the problem though.”

Though the mom who wrote the post said she didn’t “push” the topic, she was frustrated that the mom didn’t “have enough money for all the kids” to get a bear, but had “enough [money] for her daughter to get like 8 bears.”

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Milk Bar to change famous ‘Crack Pie’ name after increasing criticism

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Esteemed bakery Milk Bar is changing the name of its most popular pie, “Crack Pie,” after facing criticism from customers and food critics over its reference to the addictive nature of crack cocaine.

The iconic dessert chain confirmed that it would be updating the name of its famous “Crack Pie” to “Milk Bar Pie” over concerns that the name was “getting in the way of letting the gooey, buttery slice bring happiness.”

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Christina Tossi, the creator of the Crack Pie and the other decadent dessert offerings, announced the eponymous name change in a letter posted on the bakery’s public blog.

“While change is never easy, we feel this is the right decision. Not everything will happen at once — the next few weeks and months will be a transition period. Your support means everything to us and if you have feelings or questions about it, we’re always here. Come by for a slice of pie, a corn cookie or just a friendly face — as it’s been since day one, our only mission is to inspire a little moment of joy in your day,” Tossi’s note read.

The bakery also included a longer statement to the Milk Bar team, writing the “name Crack Pie falls short of this mission” to “spread joy and inspire celebration.”

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Several have come out against restaurants and food critics using the phrase “crack” to describe something addictively delicious, noting the term is particularly harmful to those struggling with addiction and to communities that have been affected by the crack epidemic of the 1980s and 1990s.

San Francisco Chronicle food critic, Soleil Ho, called out Milk Bar and its creator for its “Crack Pie.”

“Writers have called its creator, chef Christina Tosi, a “crack dealer” and used the language of addiction to describe the dish. Honestly, the company should have done the right thing and changed it by now,” Ho wrote.

Tosi is not the only one who faced increasing backlash over naming one of her offerings after the devastating drug.

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Hopcat in Michigan announced it was rebranding its popular “Crack Fries” to a more neutral “Cosmik Fries.”

“We chose the name more than 11 years ago as a reference to the addictive quality of the fries and their cracked pepper seasoning, without consideration for those the drug negatively affected. We were wrong,” Mark Gray, BarFly Ventures CEO, said in a Dec. 10 blog post. “The crack epidemic and the lasting impact on those it affects is not funny and never was.”

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McDonald’s thief sought after jumping through window, stealing food

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A woman is being sought after jumping through an Arizona McDonald’s drive-thru window and assaulting an employee, before reportedly leaving with stolen food.

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The unidentified woman was caught on camera crawling through the drive-thru window and running toward the kitchen.

The incident reportedly took place on Sunday, March 3 and 3:25 a.m. in Phoenix on N 51st Avenue, but the suspect has yet to be located by authorities, according to FOX 10.

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According to police, the woman entered the fast-food restaurant and assaulted a clerk. She then took food items without paying and fled the McDonald’s. It was not reported if the clerk sustained injuries from the attack.

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Police are asking for the public’s help identifying the woman, who is described as a Hispanic female, 23-35-years-old with brown hair and eyes. Those with information are asked to contact Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.

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Coca-Cola, Disney to offer specialty droid-like drink bottles at Star Wars: Galaxy Edge theme park

These may be the droids you are looking for.

Coca-Cola has teamed up with Disney parks to release a specialty droid-like bottle to coincide with the launch of the upcoming immersive Star Wars: Galaxy Edge experience.

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The unique Coke bottles are just part of the park’s specialty menu. (Coca-Cola)

The beverage company designed the drink bottles, which are available for Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite and Dasani water, to appear with a scuffed, rusted label written in Aurebesh – a language featured in the film franchise.

“When we first approached Coca-Cola and shared the idea of bringing their products into the Star Wars galaxy in a new and unique way, they immediately saw the opportunity to give our guests the refreshing drinks they love in a way that maintained the authenticity of the story – which is very important to us – and that was, frankly, just plain cool,” said Scott Trowbridge, portfolio creative executive and studio leader of Walt Disney Imagineering, in a press release.

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The beverage company designed the soft drink bottles, which are available for Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite and Dasani water. (Coca-Cola)

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Though you don’t have to travel to a galaxy far, far away, you do have to visit either California or Florida as the bottles are only available in the 14-acre “Star Wars” lands.

The unique Coke bottles are just part of the park’s specialty menu. Disney announced previously that it will have “Star Wars”-themed food and drink available to maintain a truly immersive experience, such as blue and green milk, “ronto wraps” and desserts painted like planets.

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The specialty droid-like bottle will coincide with the launch of the upcoming immersive Star Wars: Galaxy Edge experience. (Coca-Cola)

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The highly anticipated Star Wars: Galaxy Edge opens in Anaheim, Calif., May 31, and then in Orlando, Fla., August 29.

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Asos see-through ‘bubble wrap’ dress slammed by Twitter

A see-through mesh dress from British online retailer Asos has been ridiculed online over its nearly-naked look.

The Jaded London all over sequin mesh beach dress, which retails for about $89, is described as “sweet looks from the ground up” with a slim fitting sequin-embellished design.

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Social media is not onboard with the look. (Asos)

The brand behind the cowl neck dress claims its style was influenced by Beyoncé — who famously wore a revealing head-to-toe sequin and mesh Givenchy gown to the Met gala in 2015.

However, social media users aren’t buying the hype and instead have described the unique beach outfit as resembling “bubble wrap.”

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Asos is known for pushing fashion boundaries with its barely-there offerings.

In February, Asos left those online confused with its “horrific” leg harness trend, which looked like a hybrid of high waist bicycle shorts and a garter belt.

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Last year, the fashion retailer shocked with its “buttless jeans.” The bizarre style was mocked mercilessly online.

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Restaurant bans unaccompanied middle school students from dining, sparks mixed reviews

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A restaurant in Wisconsin has received mixed reviews after posting a sign on its door stating middle school students are “no longer allowed inside of the building without parental supervision.”

Tom’s Drive-in in Appleton reportedly wrote the sign after experiencing “mistreatment of Tom’s Drive In’s property, guests and staff” from middle school students, according to the sign.

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The restaurant manager told WFRV that the sign was put in place months ago after students were caught vandalizing booths, yelling profanities and leaving large messes. Students were also reportedly caught stealing soda, fighting with other customers and giving each other tattoos with pen ink and needles, which resulted in bloody napkins being left behind at the restaurant.

Dealing with the post-school influx of middle school students had become a “full-time babysitting job,” the restaurant told WFRV, prompting the ban.

The restaurant did say they are not singling out one specific school, and did have many well-behaved students at the eatery. However, the increase in student-related issues became too much to handle.

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Middle school students are still allowed to order at the restaurant’s walk-up window, or inside if they are chaperoned by their parents.

The new mandate prompted different reactions on social media.

“Its sad that they had to go to this extent, but im sure this was a last resort for them. If the kids were purposely making large messes, being disruptive, or damaging property, then this is a completely justified reaction,” one supporting the ban wrote.

“I understand where they are coming from,” one wrote of the restaurant’s actions.

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“Very Sad that All Students are banned when it’s probably just a Handful that Caused the Problems! Punish Those that are the Problems!!” one person commented on Instagram.

“PUNISH THEM ALL FOR THE MISDEEDS OF THE FEW. Booooooooo, fire that manager NOW!” one wrote.

The restaurant told WFRV the ban will remain in place until the end of the school year, and then they will reevaluate whether or not to keep it in place.

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Couple shamed for ‘pathetic’ wedding catering: ‘This makes more sense for toddlers’

This couple may want to hold off on sending out thank you notes after a guest reportedly shamed their wedding day spread on social media.

Photos of a couple’s alleged wedding day catering have been getting ridiculed online after a guest allegedly uploaded them to a wedding shaming group on Facebook.

According to photos and comments reported by Daily Mail, the couple was serving hundreds of slices of “plastic cheese” on a tray, along with cut up vegetables and fruit – some of which still had stickers on the skin.

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“A wedding feast for your eyes,” the guest reportedly captioned the uploaded images.

The humble spread was called “pathetic” in a series of critical comments, stating the food looked more like a toddler’s birthday party than a wedding reception.

“This is basically what we served at my three-year-old’s birthday party. Except we had quiche and strawberries,” one commenter wrote.

“This makes more sense for toddlers than a wedding, in my humble opinion,” another added.

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“This looks like a catering spread for work – a low budget one,” one person reportedly wrote.

“They took the time to unwrap hundreds of slices of fake cheese but couldn’t be bothered to take the sticker off the fruit?” one questioned.

In addition to the food display, commenters reportedly questioned why there was a heap of unfolded napkins nearby.

However, there were some in the wedding shaming group that reportedly defended the couple’s actions, stating that weddings are expensive and maybe the couple could not afford anything more than the modest offerings.

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According to The Knot’s 2017 Real Weddings Study, couples in the United States can spend an average of $33,391 on their wedding, with $9,520 of that spent on catering alone – excluding the wedding cake, which reportedly ranges from $540 – $1,097 on average.

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