Woman is selling her engagement ring from 'Satan incarnate' on Craigslist after breakup

Kristine Tarbert
Kristine Tarbert
Some engagement rings are keepers —others, not so much.

A woman’s brutal and hilarious Facebook post hawking her engagement ring has people in stitches.

The seller is parting ways with her “beautiful 14 Karat white gold diamond engagement ring” after finding out her fiancé, whom she describes as “Satan incarnate himself,” was cheating on her.

The woman’s epic engagement ring ad citing her cheating fiancé.

“This beautiful diamond ring I chose represents his desire to spend the rest of his life cheating on me,” she wrote. “It is a Size I (i), as in ‘I am not hanging around anymore now I know you have an 18 year old … pregnant.’”

And the zingers just kept coming, as she noted that she doesn’t want the ring as a constant reminder that she even considered wanting to spend her life “with someone who is destined to spend his life working out the back of McDonalds.”

Although the ring originally cost $3,500, she is selling it for $1,500 to cover the costs of counseling and damage to her car.

The woman says she can provide all original receipts from the jeweler and just wants to get it out of her wallet. “The ring comes with a life time care package, just like the one that was presented to me but then left me homeless,” the post continued.

Fans are loving the brutal takedown. “My god that was brilliantly written,” one person commented. “If you printed this post out and framed it, you could send it to the Louvre for them to hang next to the Mona Lisa because it is a f***ing WORK OF ART,” another agreed.

While others put it simply: “Mic drop!”

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