• Is This Your Ring? Chick Finds Diamonds At U2’s Gillette Concert And Actually Does The Right Thing



    Is This Your Ring? Chick Finds Diamonds At U2’s Gillette Concert And Actually Does The Right Thing

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    My faith in the world isn’t dead! It’s so nice to have someone doing something kind online these days. We get bogged down in all the negativity with scamming and selling stamps that we forget there are still good people in the world. 


    I’d like to thank Noelle for restoring my faith in humanity. She found a hell of a set of diamonds and didn’t sell them, didn’t try to charge a finders fee, didn’t wear them. Homegirl wanted to find the owners and brought them to the police department. 

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    1. Elle


      Have you read any of the comments on the original post? People are accusing her of being a scammer and it being a fake ring and all that. She’s literally being attacked for doing something good and it’s sickening. I hope she is able to return the ring to it’s rightful owner.

      1. wabbitt


        The same people attacking her are probably the “only God can judge” crew when kind of their retarded familia breaks the law.

    2. Independent Thinker


      What a great person this is. Fine upbringing.

      Too bad she was being attacked for doing the right thing. That’s why so many people, including good people, no longer want to stick their necks out to do something good.

    3. Light of My Life


      Cubic Zirconia.

    4. Maggie the Cat


      Wow! Thanks, TB. This is a great post.

    5. Lisa flood


      I know karma is going to be good to this lady ,Noelle !! Even her name means joy and kindness !! I ,too , return things I find ( wallets on busses ) + as a waitress have chased many a person out to parking lot with ,phones , credit cards , bags , books ,wallets next… just todAy I chased a young lady out who left her credit card ( we all know how much losing that sucks ,the panic ,the where was I last ) well I didn’t catch her ,( getting old) but, the table next to them left me an amazing tip for my effort ! KARMA keep paying it forward Noelle !

    6. Stunt Pennie


      Serious question for all the women out there….

      How do you “lose” your wedding band and engagement ring?

      All kidding aside… Sure, I can remove my wedding ring, but there’s no way it can magically fall off on its own and not have me notice.

      1. EmfnT


        Believe It or Not, people actually sometimes lose weight, and their fingers get skinnier. That’s what happened to me, and I lost my wedding band on the beach. It didn’t help that sunscreen makes your hands slipperier as well.

    7. Jimbo


      Ya ok great job. This was reported all over the television news fuck head. Go back to your Go Fund Me Scams so nobody will read it because nobody gives a shit about what you write. Buwahahahahaha! Your a great cure for insomnia you fucking idiot..

    8. EmfnT


      I hope the post gets around to the original owner of the ring, and she gets it back. I lost my wedding band at Misquamicut Beach in Rhode Island. I called the office at the beach and let them know, just in case anybody found it and turned it in. So I understand this chick’s pain. Unfortunately for me, so far it hasn’t been found, and likely never will. But, you never know…

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