IT'S only natural to want to get rid of everything your ex ever gave you when a relationship comes to an end - ESPECIALLY if it was a bad break-up.
However, one woman has more reason than most to want to erase all traces of her ex-fiance from her life after she caught him cheating on her with another woman.
Instead of taking the betrayal sitting down, the woman decided she would offer her ex's new partner her ring for FREE as she so clearly enjoyed "taking what's mine".
And when that failed, the scorned bride then tried to flog it for a fiver. Yes, really.
Posting a picture of her diamond-studded sparkler on Snapchat, the woman wrote: "Selling this engagement ring for a score or even a fiver, don't really care to be honest just want to get rid of it."
"I have messaged his new chick and asked if she wanted it free of charge as she clearly likes taking what's mine but she for ONCE wasn't interested, how strange?
"But now I've moved on and happier than ever which is the best karma I could of asked for now - just need to get rid of all memories."
Naturally, it wasn't long before one of the woman's Snapchat connections screenshotted her post and shared it on the Facebook group That's It, I'm Ring Shaming.
But rather than picking apart the look of the ring, users were in awe of how the woman handled the situation.
"Okay but like I'm LIVING for the fact that she asked the side chick if she wanted the ring as well as her man," one replied.
Another added: "Honestly, I strive for this level of petty in my day to day life."
Insisting that the woman was still hung up on her ex, a third sarcastically wrote: "That paragraph just screams 'I've moved on'..."
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And this mother of the groom horrified guests by changing into TRACKIES at her wedding before the couple even sat down for dinner.
Plus this bloke proposed with a box of McDonalds chicken nuggets and an engagement ring he spent just 20 minutes buying.