“Now comes the less exciting part of the process, the warranty talk. You two will most certainly want a warranty on that shiny ring there,” the salesman said. The two soon to be wed ring shoppers were handed a piece of paper and instructed to review the various clauses.
“You have a fairly standard warranty there, covering scratches, dents, theft,” the salesman rattled off a list.
“This says, ‘in the event a supernatural being appears before you in a pillar of flame and smoke stating it requires the stone for a ritual pertaining to portal opening, surrender the rock and notify the store for a replacement.’ Is that a thing that happens?” one member of the couple asked.
“Oh yeah. Things get weird after marriage,” the salesman said. That no laughter accompanied the statement worried the couple.