One woman was struck like a "brat" after she complained that her partner proposed with her grandmother's diamond instead of the "sticky" ring she wanted.
The bride-to-be has taken to the Wedding Bee online forum to complain that she "hates" the ring her 10-year-old boyfriend proposed to her and asked for advice on what to do.
She said a few months ago her partner asked her to send him pictures of the kind of ring she wanted, which she said was a "yellow diamond ring bigger in yellow gold", The sun reports.
However, her mother called her later and told her that she wanted her son to show up with her grandmother's ring and unfortunately they have no yellow diamonds in the family.
"Apparently she wanted me to have her grandmother's ring and he would just take the diamond and change the setting," she wrote.
"After they insisted, I sent him a photo of a 2-ct diamond with a halo and pave band. I like really blingy looks. Well, he finally proposed on January 3. It was not spectacular either, "she wrote.
"The ring he gave him is with his grandmother's diamond that I did not want and I should pass it on to our future children."
She said she liked the ring at first, but now, the more she looks at him, the more she hates him.
Concluding the post, the woman wrote, "I do not know what to do. I'm upset because it's not what I've always wanted and I've waited so long for a proposal. "
But while she thought she had a mega dilemma in her hands, people were quick to say she was being "ungrateful."
"This is a big blingy ring, you seem extremely ungrateful, hate is such a strong word, this is your grandmother's ring that you say you hate, how disrespectful," one person wrote.
Others said she looked like an ungrateful brat.
"You seem a little ungrateful, especially bringing your disappointment on your proposal," someone added.
While a third responded boldly, "You look like a brat."
However, other users have asked the woman to say something to her fiancé.
Admitting that it is an "extremely special jewel", a user said, "I can only imagine how strange it must have been to have received a completely different ring in the style you showed him (when he asked what you like!)"
Criticizing her fiance for taking so much time to propose, another wrote: "I do not think it's ungrateful at all to want to love your ring.
"And let's be real, after 10 years, you deserve a proposal with a lot of thought and effort."
It comes just a few days after a bride was accused of locking her sister by bringing her daughter to her big day when she applied a "no-child" rule at the last minute.
This article originally appeared in The Sun and was reproduced with permission