Anti-cheating wedding band?
"I’m married". That’s what the wedding ring being sold on TheCheeky.com is engraved inside. And for those players who like to remove their wedding bands when looking to do the nasty with other men and women, this ring leaves the "I’m married" imprint on the finger. Would you buy it just to be sure your lovely other doesn't stray?
The ring has stirred quite a buzz on the internet, most of it quite negative. First of all, is it necessary for a couple to get such a ring? The way I see it: your wedding vows and your love for one another should be the only thing stopping you from cheating. Someone on twitter wrote: "...if either of you are considering these, then you should probably reconsider marriage, period." Which is actually true. Why get into a marriage that is clearly based on mistrust ? And wont agreeing to wear the ring mean you are admitting that you are a cheating spouse?
Much as it seems like a good idea, I am thinking, most of the people who do remove their normal rings to cheat usually have that ring mark on their fingers. And that has never stopped them. Here is another case: Most of the people they cheat with care less about their marital status. What makes the people who came up with this $550 titanium ring think it would stop people from two timing? And as per one tweet: the ring "... stops him from cheating with women who can read." :lol:
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Will this really ensure chastity? Actually, I liked TheCheeky.com's selling quote: "Life time guarantee, ‘til death' and all that."
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