A farmer’s choice to propose to his partner with a ring placed on a cow udder has not been received well on the internet.
While he thought his proposal was perfectly on brand, others were horrified by the image of an engagement ring hanging off a teat.
After a woman from Singapore spotted the atrocity on her newsfeed, she shared it on Facebook group That’s It I’m Ring Shaming: The Wreckoning.
Followers of the 18,000-strong group were not impressed by the proposal and said that wedging a ring on a cow’s udder was practically animal abuse.
Of course, some people made puns. But they were all cheesy.
‘Shaming the ring and the whole photoshoot,’ wrote the poster, sharing an image of the thing.
‘The person is a farmer. Still doesn’t excuse his bad taste. And is this considered a nipple ring?
‘Also, the band is thicker than the centre stone. If my eyeballs are forced to suffer through this nonsense I’m dragging everyone down with me.’
Hundreds of users commented on the post, reacting with GIFS, puns and all the good stuff.
‘How dairy propose like that?!’ joked one person while others said it was ‘udderly ridiculous.’
In spirit of the group, lots of followers shamed the ring specifically, rather than the presence of a cow’s udder.
One wrote: ”This is udderly terrible. Sorry had to go for it. But really this is gross. The ring is a mess of clusters and the band is too thick. Like the person thought how can I make this ring bigger without spending any more money.’
‘Is that a tiny udder or a rather large ring?’ asked another.
Lots of people worried about the cow’s comfort: ‘He probably just shoved it on the poor cow’s udder. It may be a tight fit and the poor thing may be in some pain.’
Another echoed the sentiment, saying: ‘F***ing gross. This animal does not deserve being abused in this fashion.’
The rest didn’t realise the picture showed a cow at all, instead mistaking the udder for a penis.
‘I scrolled by too fast and had to look back at the picture because I legit thought someone posted a picture of a ring on a dick,’ admitted one user.
Another wrote: ‘My brain did not register this as an udder at first…’
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