engagement ringWhat to do with the engagement ring and wedding band after a breakup?! Not an easy decision. One man who never made it to the altar with his lady love is now lovingly referring to her as "Satan herself." So he's doing what any man in his right mind would do and is selling the ring. On Craigslist. For way less than he paid.

The only twist is his ad to sell the 1.5-carat diamond sparkler states how the ring may be cursed and he goes on to explain why in incredible but heartbreakingly hilarious detail. 

For sale I have a 1.5ct total weight engagement ring set in 14K white gold. The ring is in like new condition, only worn for a short period of time by Satan herself. Comes with the original box. Very pretty ring with a lower setting so the diamonds won't snag on everything. Diamonds along the sides and in the channel setting show off light from all sides. Originally purchased from Littman's for a sum of money far greater than I am comfortable admitting. 

Warning: ring may be cursed as it tends to leave a path of destruction behind it. Possible events associated with this ring include but are not limited to: damage sustained to house, vehicle, heart, downed powerlines, fallen trees, and swarms of locus. I would highly recommend taking action to counter the whirlwind of bad mojo that surround this piece of jewelry. Should consider having curse removed by voodoo priest or something before presenting to loved one. Other than that a very nice piece of jewelry. 

Looking to sell this soon before it brings any more bad luck into my life and I'd rather have cash. If not sold by Christmas I plan to throw it into the fires of Mordor.

Brilliant! Bravo, my brokenhearted one. When a relationship ends, and we're picking up the pieces and figuring out just how we'll go on, sometimes we end up losing our sense of humor. This guy clearly did not. Which tells me that once he gets this cursed ring out of his possession, the fiery gates will open, freeing him even more of the torment from his lost love.

We know he's in the Scranton, Pennsylvania, area. So if you're in the market for an engagement ring that looks like this one, seems like a bargain. You can pick up a curse removal for a good price from your local Wiccan shop. (Trust me, those spells work. But don't go too crazy there because ... trust me, those spells WORK.) And hopefully the ring will be clear from evil and go on to make another couple very, very happy forevermore. Because ... that was what this ring was intended to do. The ring deserves a happy ending and not a fiery demise in Mordor. Save the ring! Save love!

Good luck, diamond. I hope you shine on. And guy from Scranton, something tells me you are going to forget all about the hurt Satan caused in no time.

What do you think of this guy's ad? Would you sell your ex's ring this way? What do you think should become of the ring after a breakup?

 

Image via Scranton guy's Craigslist ad