Since 2000, I’m pretty sure the jokey description for an engagement ring is something involving the “Circle of Trust” from “Meet the Parents.” But now, thanks to Amar’e Stoudemire, that long and oppressive reign has come to an end.

From now on, if you want to make a crack about getting engaged, make sure you go with “This right here is my love, outside of my heart, on her finger.” It’s a killer line and it’s good to update our slang from time to time.

Plus, if you can still make your fiancée cry even though there are obviously cameras following you around and it’s obviously not a surprise, well, you need to be honored in somehow. As far as I’m concerned, there’s no higher praise than internet blog acclaim.

(via Posting and Toasting)

Comments (4)

  1. Is it going to be a traditional Jewish wedding?

  2. That’s more romantic than, “the world’s smallest handcuffs.”

  3. Is this a audition tape for a reality show??

  4. Did he just refer to that as “intimate”?

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