ANSWERS: 28
  • Yes and No. Marriage = getting fat (in my case) and the ring doesn't fit!
  • Yes, at all times except when I am home.
  • of course i would... always, i would never take it off, i would always wear my ring with pride so everyone knows im married... and if what happened to canadianhelper happens to me which it most likely will, i'll take it to that jewelry store and get it bigger. to me a wedding ring is a symbol of the love two people have for eachother, is a symbol of a commitment and to me is an honor that everyone would see me wearing the ring my HUSBAND gave me.
  • I wear my wedding ring from the time I wake up until tht time I go to bed. My engagement ring, I put on when I leave the house... except if I am going to workout.
  • Generally not. I'm a Machinist and it wouldn't be too smart to do so. Not only would it get messed up, but it's a great way to lose a finger if it gets caught. I used to wear it on a chain around my neck, until I broke the chain and almost lost my ring.
  • As a man speaking, yes. i have had aprox. 15 surgeries, in my lifetime. my wedding band has never been off my finger. i make the hospital cover my wedding band with tape, before surgery. Has worked for me for 41 years. To be honest, i don't think i can even take my wedding band off, if i wanted to. its like grown to my finger.
  • I have not taken my wedding ring off in the 7 years that I have been married. It is something that is very special to me and will not come off this finger.
  • YEs... :-)
  • I did until I found out that my husband took his off. He did some really hurtful and stupid things. I quit wearing my wedding ring a long time ago and he started wearing one all the time. So, what's up with that?
  • 24/7 365 days a year. I am proud to be married to the man I am married to. I want everyone to know it.
  • Yes. I'd be proud!
  • Yes, unitl the diamond fell out :-( Now it's waiting to have a replacement stone. In the past I have always been able to catch the prongs wearing thin in time to avoid losing the stone but this time, out it came.
  • Yes, it never comes off.
  • I wear it out of the house everytime I leave, but I do take it off at home. My husband has never been able to wear one his work doesn't allow him to wear one, so we had his downsized so that I could wear his on my middle finger.
  • I wear it most of the time, but not when I am digging in the garden or cleaning house etc. When we were first married, I refused to take it off. But now I know that, while it is a powerful outward symbol that I am proud of, taking it off does not diminish my committment or pride.
  • No, we are experiencing difficulties and as my lovely husband told me last night, he does not feel married. That really helps my trust issues.
  • No but if I were married I would wear it and blind some people.
  • I was married for almost 11 years. In the beginning I wore it all the time. Eventually I stopped doing so but never once did not tell people I was married I loved my wife very much and I didn't need a wedding ring to prove we were married or that I was comitted to her in anyway. I am proud to say I never cheated on her unfortunately I guess she didn't take our vows as seriously
  • I was married and I did not wear it everyday cause I'm just not a jewelery type of guy. Rings drive me nuts.
  • Yes. It's never been off my finger in close to 25 years.
  • yes...i wear it always.
  • I wear mine all the time. The only times I ever take it off are when it gets REALLY hot out and my fingers swell. Then I take it off for health reasons (don't want to cut off the circulation to my finger). My husband never wears his because of his occupation and I am fine with that. He never acts as if he is not married and I know he loves me so it doesn't bother me.
  • When i was married yes i wore a wedding ring,i wanted everyone to know i was married,i wore my ring with pride, :)
  • I heard that there are 3 rings....the engagement ring, the wedding ring and the........suffeRING. :) xx
  • Yes. He put it on during our wedding ceremony and I haven't taken it off since.
  • I have several "wedding rings" that I wear on a regular basis. I generally wear a platinum band and an anniversary band, but sometimes I may not wear anything at all. Because I was a child of the 70's and my culture is a little different in that the woman gets a dowry and a wedding ring may or may not be a part of the dowry (although many women do get considerable jewelry when they marry), I just did not want a wedding ring. When my son was born, I received a plain gold band my husband purchased for me while traveling overseas. For my 20th anniversary, I received a platinum band. On our 22nd anniversary, my husband gave me a diamond band. I now have a few "wedding rings" and wear them depending on the event, how I am dressed or what mood I am in. Although I am very traditional in most respects, I never dreamt of the the white gown and the diamond ring and would not want to wear the same ring year after year. I prefer to wear my platinum band most of the time because it represents 20 years of success with the most important person in my life.
  • I've been married for 23 years and never wear my wedding ring. One might say I know I'm married, certainly don't need to wear a ring to remind me. Maybe not the greatest answer, but the truth. I really should wear my ring more often. Don't get me wrong, I don't wear it just to me disrespectful towards my wife. I don't wear it because I damanged my first wedding ring from wearing it at work, lost the second one, bought a third one, then found the second one that I thought I lost. Now I have two good wedding rings and one worn out one. Atleast I know how many I have... I don't know if I wouldn't care for the thought of my wife not wearing her rings? Double standard, right? If my insisted that I wear my ring, I would, be she doesn't say anything, she also knows I'm married... to her.. :)
  • No, I hate rings of all sorts. I was relieved when I lost it and won't let her replace it. I'm a great husband and father. I've kept her happy for 24 years. Me not wearing a ring hasn't made any difference.

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