Singaporean Farmer Proposes to Girlfriend By Putting Engagement Ring on Cow’s Teat

Social media users expressed disgust and shared puns after a man in Singapore reportedly proposed to his girlfriend by putting a ring on a cow udder.

A female Facebook user shared a picture of the proposal on a closed group called “That’s it, I’m ring shaming: The Wreckoning,” according to Daily Mail.

She claims the picture that popped up on her feed was originally posted by a farmer.

via Facebook / That’s it, I’m ring shaming: The Wreckoning

“Shaming the ring and the whole photoshoot,” the female user wrote in her post. “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 center stone.”

“If my eyeballs are forced to suffer through this nonsense I’m dragging everyone down with me,” the user added.

The post has reportedly garnered hundreds of comments and reactions with one comment saying, “This is udderly ridiculous and totally cheesey.”

“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,” another member of the group wrote.

“How big is your finger that you can fit your ring on a teat? And boy, there are so many better ways to show off you’re in dairy,” a member commented.

However, one user said that this is animal abuse, while another said, “The cow didn’t deserve this.”

Featured Image via Facebook / That’s It, I’m Ring Shaming: The Wreckoning (Left)

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