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Anti-Cheating Rings: Would It Actually Work?

Living 2012/06/28 21:11:48
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If you ever worry that your significant other might remove their wedding ring in a tempting situation, TheCheeky might have just the thing to keep you calm. Their patented "anti-cheating rings" will leave an imprint of the words "I'm Married" on the wearer's finger when the ring is removed, making it literally impossible to cheat. Did we say literally impossible? We meant to say slightly more difficult.

The product page reads, "The negative engraving on the inside means that when you are in the 'Club' and an attractive woman... or man comes along to chat, slipping your wedding ring off is not an option ... Made of strengthened Titanium. Life time guarantee, ‘til death and all that." And it'll only cost you $550! But would it actually work?


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  • Just Jenn for Now 2012/06/28 21:55:04
    No
    Just Jenn for Now
    +21
    .... All they have to do is not wear it.

    Also, people, seriously, this IS YOUR SPOUSE. NOT your DOG.

    You do not OWN your spouse.

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  • vis_viva truthman 2012/07/02 23:42:03
    vis_viva
    Some do, but for me, in general, it works as a fairly good deterrent.
  • Rahul 2012/07/02 01:06:39
  • Jessika 2012/07/02 00:55:57
    No
    Jessika
    this is sad.....you need a ring to imprint a message on your finger to remind you that you are married...horrible....
  • Ivy Dietrich 2012/07/02 00:07:49
    No
    Ivy Dietrich
    the ring can easily be taken off like, a few hours in advance and the imprint can easily be worn from your finger. It might leave your finger a little red if your try to rub the imprint away, and that might alo be a dead giveaway. I say the rings will not work.
  • Nimitz 2012/07/01 23:29:39 (edited)
    No
    Nimitz
    If the potential that a mate might cheat is such a risk that you have to tattoo his/her marital status on his/her finger, a ring ain't the answer.
  • Kim(: 2012/07/01 23:11:22
    No
    Kim(:
    How does a ring metal stop a cheating person?
  • Nimitz Kim(: 2012/07/01 23:31:56
    Nimitz
    +1
    If it's a cock ring, and it shrinks. . . :-)
  • Kim(: Nimitz 2012/07/01 23:34:54
  • Nimitz Kim(: 2012/07/01 23:38:34
    Nimitz
    Well. . . :-)
  • Kim(: Nimitz 2012/07/01 23:44:03
    Kim(:
    Well what
  • Nimitz Kim(: 2012/07/01 23:45:51
    Nimitz
    Well. . .you asked. :-)
  • truthman Nimitz 2012/07/02 05:35:22
    truthman
    lol
  • cali 2012/07/01 22:24:02
  • evangelism_vision 2012/07/01 20:39:48
    No
    evangelism_vision
    THE RING IS A REMINDER but it is not the solution. The solution is a changed heart and a commitment of the will because human nature is sinful at the heart.

    There are many reasons for cheating, lust, self , me myself and i attitude, Greed
  • Elmo~WAWU~Bn-2~ 2012/07/01 20:07:14
    No
    Elmo~WAWU~Bn-2~
    +3
    If you're concerned enough about your spouse cheating on you to give them a ring that imprints the word 'married' onto their finger, you should probably reconsider being in a relationship with them.

    I mean, c'mon. If you think they're gonna cheat, why even bother?
  • Nimitz Elmo~WA... 2012/07/01 23:32:35
  • Rio 2012/07/01 19:43:00
    No
    Rio
    +1
    BAHHH!!!!
  • Rob 2012/07/01 18:57:19
    No
    Rob
    Even if you got the words tatooed on your partner's forehead it wouldn't matter. There are always ways to cover it up, and there are lots of people in the world who will put the fact of marriage aside. If two people are attracted to each other and their marriages are no longer interesting, they'll get together.
  • C. C. Rider 2012/07/01 18:48:02 (edited)
    Yes
    C. C. Rider
    Yes, the ring will work perfectly if worn in the right area. If swelling occurs it should cut off all blood supply to it, if of course, with the wrong woman. lol
  • Carlos benoit 2012/07/01 17:27:25
    Yes
    Carlos benoit
    "It just might" (If that other person would bother to look at the finger). but since one would not see a sparkling reflection of light from the person's hand while approaching, then NO.
  • sm237 2012/07/01 17:08:40
    No
    sm237
    +2
    The only thing this ring is going to do is make money for someone but it won't stop cheating...
  • Mel 2012/07/01 16:55:38
    No
    Mel
    This is another money making gimmick
  • boxerjes 2012/07/01 15:46:45
    No
    boxerjes
    +1
    just cause the ring says something doesnt mean they won't cheat, if they want to cheat they will, with the ring on or not
  • AN 2012/07/01 14:47:41
    No
    AN
    +5

    psh a stupid little ring that marks "married" won't stop someone fro cheating if he/she wants to!!!
  • KarenInKenoshaWisconsin 2012/07/01 14:22:24
    No
    KarenInKenoshaWisconsin
    +1
    There are way too many people who knowingly hook up with those that cheat for such rings to be effective in their goal.

    It's better to be pro-fidelity than anti-cheating anyway. If you're into fidelity, honor and other virtues then they are part of your demonstrable character. It's very true that if it's not within you, you're not going to find it outside of you...in a thing...in a ring.
  • Jack's Pearl 2012/07/01 14:09:54
    No
    Jack's Pearl
    +3
    If someone want to have an affair they can always find someone who will join in on one with them, even knowing they are married.
  • truthman Jack's ... 2012/07/02 05:37:06
    truthman
    +1
    so true
  • Wutnagkillabeeontheswarm 2012/07/01 12:18:25
    No
    Wutnagkillabeeontheswarm
    +1
    If you want to cheat u wouldnt wear this ring in the first place. therefore there would not be a printed text on your finger. But people shouldnt cheat in the first place, if u truly live someone u wouldnt be a cheating bastard, am I wrong?
  • intolerantrwj 2012/07/01 11:04:35
    No
    intolerantrwj
    +1
    .... if they're going to do it, they're going to do it ... ring or no ring
  • S.Lewis 2012/07/01 09:58:45
    No
    S.Lewis
    +1
    Today there are dogs & tramps who have no morals. They could care less if someone has the anti-cheating ring on. It won't deter cheaters.
  • El Prez 2012/07/01 09:18:28
    No
    El Prez
    +1
    Nothingl ike symbols work. Thinking works. Fidelity is an idea not some magic to be dispelled by a talisman.
  • story101 2012/07/01 08:02:44
    No
    story101
    +1
    Here's my question; if you're feeling the need to mark your territory why not wedding ring tattoos?
  • Keegan The Fabulous 2012/07/01 05:40:03
    No
    Keegan The Fabulous
    +1
    These rings won't deter cheaters. If anything, they should actually make them WANT to cheat harder. People like doing risky things, and anything that reminds them of the risks they're taking pumps their adrenaline up.
  • Fef 2012/07/01 05:39:08
    No
    Fef
    +1
    Some people would probably wear the ring during their affair.
  • harrison.holthaus 2012/07/01 05:13:52
    No
    harrison.holthaus
    +2
    If you're talking to a girl in a club, are you sober? Even if you are, would you really look through the dim lights just to make sure she has no special imprints on her finger? If you do look, would you notice something so minute?
  • story101 harriso... 2012/07/01 08:01:14
    story101
    +1
    and at that point would you care?
  • tobe 2012/07/01 04:17:14 (edited)
    No
    tobe
    +1
    well, no more than a wedding ring does. the only thing that will stop cheating is morality.
  • Kenny 2012/07/01 02:55:06
    No
    Kenny
    +4
    How weak-willed we have become - A wedding ring IS an anti-cheating ring to a person with any character at all.
  • Arisu 2012/07/01 02:42:57
    No
    Arisu
    +1
    I'm not gonna read your finger.
  • louisa.lara1 2012/07/01 02:20:01
    No
    louisa.lara1
    +1
    There r cheaters everywhere and they ain't gonna care about an imprint ...some hoes love to mess around with married men ...a real man who really loves his family will beat temptation....theses rings ain't gonna do crap but put a hole in ur pocket..

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