Womens Wedding Ring, Poll For The Ladies (wedding Ring)
Q: Of course everyone knows the story that if a single guy is wearing a wedding
band, he automatically becomes more attractive to members of the opposite
The question is, is this true?
A:Only if he's holding a child does he become more attractive to me with the wedding band on, for then I view him as a committed provider and a man who's responsible, giving and unselfish. He might not even be a good dad, but I'm just going on perception from what I see at a single moment's glance. The wedding ring by itself doesn't do it for me or get me all excited to where I need to tease him just to see if he'd flirt back even those he's taken. Never has, never will. I don't rate men (fashion-wise) on their wedding ring and I don't speak to married men I've never met before unless they speak to me first or unless they're neighbors or are somebody at church or an acquaintance of one of my relatives or something, really. I look at their shoes, their glasses if they wear them, and the style of wallet they chose to buy, like if it's monogrammed or if it's hand woven and is from Chile or something; if it says something about his innate sense of style; a clue I could gather about his *personality* without having to ASK, in other words. If it's waterproof, vinyl, and fastens with velcro, I get a little scared. Not because it means he's cheap (I've actually seen guys with a couple of hundreds in their VELCRO wallet before...you really can't judge the paycheck by the wallet), but because it means he doesn't know how to dress and color coordinate and is using a wallet that was popular in 1983, therefore he is severely FASHION CHALLENGED and needs FAR more assistance in that category than I have patience for. If it's a single guy thinking he will get somewhere with women, then uhm, no. It doesn't work that way because women have a radar for this sort of thing. As for women's reaction to a married man (a stranger wearing a wedding band), its not so much an attraction as it is more compelling for some I suppose, in a curiousity kind of way - i.e. is he a responsible family man. When I was much younger and met a married peer (either gender), I was usually more "in awe" that they already knew themselves so well to be able to fully commit to someone and with it all the responsibilities of a marital relationship. The minute a single guy wearing a ring made a pass, conversing with him would immediately become *less* interesting, as I'd think he was a married guy trying to cheat. Better to be honest. Also, the "family man" concept might entice some women; just not this one.
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