They say diamonds are a girl's best friend.

Julio Jones doesn't fit that description, but maybe he should come up with a corollary.

Better yet, dude should add to his list of stuff you just don't do. Like wearing jewelry when you're zipping around a lake at decent speeds.

He lost a $150,000 earring while jet-skiing on a lake near Gainesville, Georgia. That's just weird

How in the name of SEC territory does a town in Georgia get named Gainesville?

Maybe it's just a lure to trap Florida Gator fans.

Still, Jones isn't having the most prudent of years in 2017.

Click over to The Daily Player to see what this incident has in common with the Atlanta Falcons blowing the Super Bowl.

Speaking of that Georgia-Florida rivalry, Bulldog and Gator fans do gather in Jacksonville every college football season for a game surrounded by what used to be called the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party before PC factors prevailed. But nothing's changed. It remains a blast-and-a-half.

That goes for most tailgating, really, and Fanorama is here to make it more convenient. Check out this Grill Daddy 6-in-1 BBQ set:

bbq barbecue utensils grill tailgating

This is a pretty nifty deal for $49.95. Talk about compact! And it's got everything a with-it griller needs.

So de-clutter your party time, whether it's near the stadium or in your back yard. And don't lean over the coals if you're wearing a $150,000 earring.

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