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A BRIDE-TO-BE has been shamed on social media for uploading an image of her badly manicured nails.

While the snap was intended to show off her engagement ring, Facebook users were more concerned with her grown-out acrylics.

Writing on a ring shaming group on Facebook, one member posted an image of the bride-to-be’s hand, captioned: “Cross posting [this] from That’s It, I’m Nail Shaming, because that ring is as awful as whatever the hell is happening with her nails.”

The image appears to show a huge diamond engagement ring – but other group members were far more concerned with the unnamed woman’s manicure, with one explaining they were “speechless”.

“I’m not normally speechless when I look at these kinda photos but damn… I’m 100% speechless,” they wrote.

Another said: “I couldn’t even focus on the ring after seeing the nails”.

Several users were confused by the image, with two of the woman’s nails appearing to have grown much more quickly than the others.

“Looks like the nail is trying to run away from the ring,” one user commented.


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