El Paso Man’s Witty Ad to Sell Engagement Ring Catches Attention
A local man is going viral for capturing El Pasoan's attention while mending his broken heart, thanks to his witty ad to sell an engagement ring.
You should already know why Christopher is selling this ring.
Clearly, things did not work out as planned.
Christopher did one heck of a job selling the engagement ring when he put it up for sale. One night he used his creative skills and vented out his heartbreak through his story behind the ring.
I actually had the opportunity to have a chat with Chris on the story behind the post. He even gave me a little secret on how he had a little help writing the brief description, which consisted of a few brewskies.
Once he shared the ring on a social media yard sale page it became a hit. Chris had a ton of support from people offering kind words to him about the engagement not going as planned. He was greatly appreciative of all the locals who offered kind words to him during that heartbreaking time. Now do know, Chris and his ex parted way civilly that left him with a ring he didn't want to hold on to any longer.
Above, you can see The Real Fit Fam El Paso shared the advertisement of the ring on their page.
After discussing the story with Chris about the ring had me laughing. Now I wasn't laughing about his engagement not working but the way he amped up his post to sell the ring. Since I am not a part of the yard sale group on Facebook where he posted he shared his description with me personally.
For sale, I have a 1ct engagement ring set in 14K white gold. Size 7, The ring is in like-new condition, only worn for a short period of time by Satan herself, consisted of about 30 seconds on one hand before the word no could come out. Comes with the original box. Very pretty ring, it's a masterpiece ring originally purchased from Helzberg for a sum of money far greater than I am comfortable admitting, but the price is in the pictures. It's the best of the best from them, grading reports and documents included.
Warning: ring may be cursed as it tends to leave a path of destruction and broken hearts behind it. I would highly recommend taking action to counter the whirlwind of bad mojo that surround this piece of jewelry. Should consider having a curse removed by a voodoo priest or something before presenting to a 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. Also willing to trade for items of value, have a beater car, and want to risk this bad mojo on your loved one? I'm your guy, come trade me. Sh*t I might even get it blessed for the right deal.
Size 7, yes it can be resized.
Yes, I will take your trump money, but get it first, please.
Yes, it's probably cursed, but luckily I've endured all the bad luck from it so maybe it's a good luck ring now maybe I just took the shockwave of decades of marriage in one go and this ring has years of happiness left in it.
Reason for selling, not really of concern to anyone but to appease the crowd, a question turned into a confession and certain transgressions cant be forgiving.
Taking offers highest thus far is 2.5k.
No, I don't want a subscription to your only fans for life in exchange. I do love taco bell though so might consider working a number 7 into a deal.
Not looking to wife a stranger up, at least offer a cup of coffee first, or a date to get that combo 7 mentioned before. Feel free to shoot a friend request or add me on snap let's be toxic together!