skinink: Except that's not the point. Putin basically stole someone else's stuff, it wasn't given to him. I would think Putin wouldn't want to be known as a thief, but what do I know. Does he even understand football that well?
SoundOfOneHandWanking: So the guy presents the ring in a gift box to a foreign leader and doesn't expect it to be seen as a gift?
justoneznot: Odd story. It makes Putin sound like a real ass, like he must go around stealing things randomly without even knowing it, assuming anything within his reach is his property. I was trying to imagine it from his perspective. Maybe wherever he goes, people are always handing out gifts to him. Just imagine the president of the United States going over to some country like Brazil, and a soccer player pulls out a ring and hands it to the president. He might think, well of course he's giving it to me, why else would anyone pull out a ring and hand it to me?
Your Average Witty Fark User: It's not like Kraft can't afford to get another ugly diamond-encrusted ring either.
skinink: Says a lot when Putin's spokesman issues a denial, instead of Putin just giving the damn ring back. He can afford tiny giraffes, for heaven's sake, It's not like Putin can't get another ugly diamond-encrusted ring.
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