Friday, March 11, 2011
Help settle a debate, will you?
So tonight, my wife and I somehow got onto the topic of cremation diamonds. Don't ask me how, I'm not even sure anymore. Anyway, we tried to figure out what would be the creepiest use of a cremation diamond. We came up with three possibilities and we can't decide what's worst. So I figured I would come here and ask what few people trickle through my little corner of the web what they think. Here are the options we came up with:
1) A widow gives a cremation diamond made from her deceased husband to her new beau so he can use it as an engagement ring.
2) A widower uses a cremation diamond made from his deceased wife to his new sweetie as an engagement ring (with or without telling her the gem's origin; that's up to you).
3) A son uses a cremation diamond made from a deceased parent as an engagement ring (with or without telling his girlfriend; again, that's your choice).
Or did we miss some other soul-chilling, inappropriate use for a dead loved one's earthly remains? Let me know in the comments. I'm almost afraid to look.