Ladies, imagine seeing a gorgeous man, sashaying over to him, and doing a full court press flirting session. You are practically swooning all over the man as you try to picture him next to you on a beach in Jamaica. Then the reggae music in your head stops abruptly, *making that record scratching sound* because he just uttered the oh so lovely, “My wife…”
You don’t really know what he said after that because you are too annoyed that he is not wearing the one thing that would spared you the last ten minutes of flirting: A wedding ring! The purpose of the ring should partly be to let single women know you can look and admire; but don’t get too happy when you see the man. He’s taken.
What is it with men and the wedding rings/bands? According to recent reports, Prince William has no plans to sport one, either. This article makes me really wonder about the motivation to wear or not wear a ring. If there is not a ring, does that mean there are bad intentions?
When you get married (yes, that’s right, when!), do you plan on wearing a wedding band? Do you think we really need that “symbol” of marriage as long as your behavior is honorable?
Single guys, have you ever worn a ring to send a message that you were taken?
By Wise Diva, Misadventures in Atlanta Dating Blog