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Old 05-21-2013, 11:35 PM   #101
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What the hell is a tennis bracelet? And why would anyone spend that much money on jewelry?! You know what you could buy for $2500? Lots of stuff, that's what...
I never figured out the answer for sure to either of your first questions...
But I can think of tons of stuff to spend $2500 on. A car, for one...
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I never figured out the answer for sure to either of your first questions...
But I can think of tons of stuff to spend $2500 on. A car, for one...
Or several guns and lots of ammo, for two...
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Or several guns and lots of ammo, for two...
That's what I was thinking
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What the hell is a tennis bracelet? And why would anyone spend that much money on jewelry?! You know what you could buy for $2500? Lots of stuff, that's what...
Diversify your investments, quality gems and gold are not wasted money.
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I never figured out the answer for sure to either of your first questions...
But I can think of tons of stuff to spend $2500 on. A car, for one...
Not sure why they call it a tennis bracelet but it's a bracelet with all diamonds around it. I don't understand jewelry. I barely wear my wedding rings....
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Not sure why they call it a tennis bracelet but it's a bracelet with all diamonds around it. I don't understand jewelry. I barely wear my wedding rings....
That's why we tattooed our rings on, isn't it?!?!


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That's why we tattooed our rings on, isn't it?!?!

I was actually thinking that wouldn't be such a bad idea for me to do that, since I lose jewelry and may not be able to wear a ring at work.
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That's why we tattooed our rings on, isn't it?!?!

I did that as well. After an injury at work, I stopped wearing my wedding band and had the word "fidelis" tattooed on my ring finger. My wife had "semper" tattooed on hers.
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I lose jewelry...
Easy enough to find a little room in the gun safe, safe deposit box at the bank...

You don't have to wear it every day.
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I lose jewelry...

I was actually thinking that wouldn't be such a bad idea for me to do that, since I lose jewelry and may not be able to wear a ring at work.
That's why I had mine tattooed. My hands would swell and plus welding I didn't want to shock myself.
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