A man should not offer an expensive jewel to a woman

The value of a diamond ring is only its price tag. I observed a very interesting phenomenon after men bought their women jewelry. Just after buying a ring, some women stop giving value to it. It is as if a ring would lose its value after being sold in the mind of some women. This is part of the praying mantis behavior of many female predators. Once they get their gift, the gift is worth nothing. The emotional value of a ring is null. Anyways, since jewelry is useless, there is really no use for it.

Here’s an example to illustrate this point. A man once bought his wife a diamond ring for €10,000 ($12,000 USD). After two weeks, he wanted to discuss the purchase with her and share the process of how he found the jewelry shop and why he chose that particular ring. However, when he brought up the topic, his wife dismissed it, saying, “We bought it, that’s it. Stop talking about it. We’re not going to discuss it anymore.” I witnessed this interaction in France, and it was clear that the woman saw no value in the ring since it was the man who bought it for her.

Buying expensive and useless artifacts like diamond rings often results in a lack of recognition or appreciation. If the woman had bought the ring herself, she would have likely shared the cost with everyone in her circle.

When a man buys an expensive ring for a woman, he is essentially spoiling her, much like a child. Instead, if a woman wants jewelry, she should buy it with her own money to understand the value of it. It’s important for women to pay for their own expensive purchases to avoid taking them for granted.