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    Lightbulb Does de man need to wear a ring?

    So yes I tiefing from Junkie post and mankilla tief post...

    So ladies say you getting married...how would you feel if de man says he doh like jewelry so he doh want to wear a ring?

    Men...feel free to flip it...what if yuh woman doh want to wear a ring?

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    actually when I was engaged my fiancee bought me a ring the day after I proposed to her.. Weird thing was, the ring made more women approach me when I had it on.. Strange

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    Quote Originally Posted by alvarez313
    actually when I was engaged my fiancee bought me a ring the day after I proposed to her.. Weird thing was, the ring made more women approach me when I had it on.. Strange

    but...what if yuh woman said she doh really like jewelry so she doh want to wear a wedding ring? How would you feel about that?

    why imixers doh like to stay focused on de blasted question?

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    Baby Luv Sencia's Avatar Sencia is offline
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    hmmm alvarez- women figure that u are a good man, if someone wants to marry you or have married you, so they figure since he's good, he might as well be mines.


    1TG- i dont business the only way rings will be involved when and IF im married, is if the man choose to make it an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sencia
    hmmm alvarez- women figure that u are a good man, if someone wants to marry you or have married you, so they figure since he's good, he might as well be mines.


    1TG- i dont business the only way rings will be involved when and IF im married, is if the man choose to make it an issue.

    So if you get your 2 rings and when they puttin his own in he nah man...I not in dat...

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    I donít get it. If you're going to get engaged/married why choose not to wear the ring? Through the years I have met a lot of men and a few women who have decided to do this.

    Yes, yes, yes, I know a bunch ah folks going to run up in here with a ton of "really good reasons" for men/women not to wear their wedding ring, but I find it very silly all these folks who want to be in ting but...oh, not really. It makes no sense to me. What? They afraid somebody may actually think that they are now taken?


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    Baby Luv Sencia's Avatar Sencia is offline
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    oh back to the question, i don't like jewelry, it bothers me. so if he cant deal with me not wearing it, we ent getting married. it goes back to a trust and insecurity issue.

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    a bunch of de engineers i know do a lot of manual work on projects and all don't wear their rings because of plenty stories of having to have dem cut off from accidents and ting.

    others do
    others don't

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    I would ask him "Is wha yuh buy it for?"

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    well my father absolutely hates jewelry. i couldn't even tell yuh whey he ring is by now. it was understood that he hated rings and even watches. so after 18 years, my mother hardly minds couple years back he get a watch from my aunt and in two days he crack de front, cuz he was swingin he hand aroung and fuhget it was dey



    i doh care if he eh want to wear it....but if he only want to take it off when he goin out and lime....den we have a problem

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    just wondering where the concept of wearing the ring came from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSK
    I donít get it. If you're going to get engaged/married why choose not to wear the ring? Through the years I have met a lot of men and a few women who have decided to do this.

    Yes, yes, yes, I know a bunch ah folks going to run up in here with a ton of "really good reasons" for men/women not to wear their wedding ring, but I find it very silly all these folks who want to be in ting but...oh, not really. It makes no sense to me. What? They afraid somebody may actually think that they are now taken?
    ummm....exactly what about jewelry is intrinsic to marriage?

    yuh does lose the power of marriage when the ring comes off....like the green lantern lose he power w/o he ring?

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    Wear the so and so ring!

    LOL....not to be harsh, but a wedding ring is a sign of commitment, not jewellery, and if my man don't want to wear it, he suspect.

    wuh he don feel like wearing it fuh? still galavanting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSK
    I donít get it. If you're going to get engaged/married why choose not to wear the ring? Through the years I have met a lot of men and a few women who have decided to do this.

    Yes, yes, yes, I know a bunch ah folks going to run up in here with a ton of "really good reasons" for men/women not to wear their wedding ring, but I find it very silly all these folks who want to be in ting but...oh, not really. It makes no sense to me. What? They afraid somebody may actually think that they are now taken?

    LOL LOL more "really good reasons" than in Plato's Republic.

    I don't care if people fight me down. I'm wearing my ring and I expect him to wear his. And I'm "not into jewelry" but there are two types of rings I'm wearing regardless, wedding ring (whenever that happens lol) and my signet ring.

    If you're going to do it, go all the way, not some half-assed junk. and getting married and not wearing the ring seems half-assed to me.
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    If my husband worked in construction or something where he was messing his hands like Elg had mentioned I could understand him not wanting to where his ring. But regardless of his line of work or if he didn't like wearing jewelry I would make him wear it on a chain or something.
    If he still didn't want to wear dat then it would put thoughts in my head like Bkbajan01 was saying

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