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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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  • XRenX 2012/06/28 23:40:49
    No
    XRenX
    +1
    There are a lot of people who are still willing to sleep with them even though they are married. Also, I don't want to force them not to cheat. I would rather wish to see them for who they really are.
  • cmdrbnd007 2012/06/28 23:38:00
    No
    cmdrbnd007
    +1
    No, if you are going to cheat you can find someone that doesn't care if you are married or not.
  • ZeldaFan13 2012/06/28 23:34:52
    No
    ZeldaFan13
    +1
    How would a RING prevent ANYONE from cheating? xD
  • AvaC 2012/06/28 23:32:34
    No
    AvaC
    +5
    haha no

    Oh please! What nonsense is this?!
  • Aquaduck 2012/06/28 23:27:05
    No
    Aquaduck
    +1
    The imprint probably isn't that noticable. But people mess with people they know are married, so a ring or imprint won't stop them.
  • Bunk11 2012/06/28 23:25:49
    No
    Bunk11
    +1
    Lots of people don't really care if the person they're bonking is married to someone else. The ring would just be proof that the cheater is married to a horrible person, etc. etc. who needs the other person to help him/her out.
  • Elz 2012/06/28 23:25:42
    No
    Elz
    +2
    but if it cost $550, then it better work.
  • AngryGabby 2012/06/28 23:24:57
    No
    AngryGabby
    +1
    The real question is: why would you get married to somebody that you can't trust?

    Trust is one of the biggest things in a healthy relationship and if you need to rely on a silly ring, then you need to go to counseling.
    trust and love
  • Bibliophilic 2012/06/28 23:19:31
    No
    Bibliophilic
    +2
    Cheating scum will find a way somehow. If only there were more trustworthy and honest people in the world.
  • Rubyking 2012/06/28 23:15:38
    No
    Rubyking
    +1
    YOU CRAZY
  • flyingseaturtle BN 2012/06/28 23:08:37
    No
    flyingseaturtle BN
    +1
    To some a wedding ring works wonders but others not so much.
  • sglmom 2012/06/28 23:07:27
    No
    sglmom
    +2
    Once a cheat .. always a cheat ..
    they will find a way to CHEAT no matter what ..
    (yes, a sad thing to say indeed)

    No ring .. nothing that leaves a bit of stress on the skin will ever be able to stop the one bound and determined to cheat ..

    (seriously .. the ones trolling around looking for an 'easy mark' .. are going to continue down the path to being unfaithful)
  • Jan Haskell 2012/06/28 23:05:03
    No
    Jan Haskell
    +5
    It's the heart that needs changing ... not the ring.
  • waternymphxD 2012/06/28 22:57:35
    No
    waternymphxD
    +6
    A cheaters a cheater. Aint no magical ring gonna change that either.
  • Sour Dime 2012/06/28 22:50:25
    No
    Sour Dime
    +3
    That's stupid
  • Sterling 2012/06/28 22:48:56
    No
    Sterling
    +4
    That won't stop someone who wants to cheat. That being said, it would be smart to get a ring tattoo as well.
  • SimmeringArtist 2012/06/28 22:45:21
    No
    SimmeringArtist
    +2
    If wedding rings don't always work, why would this one?
  • Curmudgeon 2012/06/28 22:43:50
    No
    Curmudgeon
    +3
    Short of having that ring attached around the person's neck 24/7, the ring can come off and the person in question can lie and say they are not married.
  • bman~AVA~BTTB 2012/06/28 22:38:09
    No
    bman~AVA~BTTB
    +8
    I don't see it working for a couple different reasons. #1 What happens if the married person never wears their ring? When I was in the military I used to work aircraft maintenance and jewelry was not allowed. Now I've been married since 78 and to this day I don't wear my ring. #2 To me a ring is nothing but a symbol plain and simple. If you're gonna cheat then a ring isn't gonna make any bit of difference. I don't cheat on my wife because it's not in my heart to cheat on my wife. It's not what you wear but what's in your heart that counts.
  • AM bman~AV... 2012/06/29 13:24:05
  • bman~AV... AM 2012/06/29 17:02:45
    bman~AVA~BTTB
    +2
    There you go miss AM. I feel the exact same way. I've tried to explain that to others and they think I'm strange for my thoughts about it but when you really think about it it's true. Your morals and what's in your heart are what keep you from cheating. Not some piece of jewelry on your finger.
  • MarinerFH 2012/06/28 22:37:58
  • Valerie© 2012/06/28 22:35:38
    No
    Valerie©
    +5
    An imprint on a finger will stop no man/woman from cheating. If they want to do it, they'll do it.
  • Sinister Ken Doll™ 2012/06/28 22:35:03
    No
    Sinister Ken Doll™
    +5
    a person is gonna cheat if it's something they're set on doing
    no ring can change that
  • John Boy 2012/06/28 22:34:10
    No
    John Boy
    +5
    Even if it did leave behind letters on a finger, there are enough scum out there that would not care !!!
  • heathereth 2012/06/28 22:33:50
    No
    heathereth
    +6
    Funny, but who looks at peoples hands? It's kinda hard to see anyway and it kind of shows a lack of faith in the persons spouse.
  • Chris D 2012/06/28 22:33:02
  • ☆ElenaDiamond☆ 2012/06/28 22:32:58
    No
    ☆ElenaDiamond☆
    +3
    Sadly there are plenty of cheaters out there who wouldn't even bother to remove it and a ring or someone being married wont stop the people they pick up from sleeping with them in the first place.
  • Sebastian 2012/06/28 22:29:03
    No
    Sebastian
    +4
    Maybe it would work if it was a ring that imprinted the man's dick instead of his finger ;)
  • stevegtexas@aol.com 2012/06/28 22:27:53
  • Jo-e stevegt... 2012/06/29 16:40:15
  • kate 2012/06/28 22:27:30
    No
    kate
    +4
    why would you even get married to a person who you think would cheat?
  • Sebastian kate 2012/06/28 22:30:14
    Sebastian
    +3
    No one ever thinks it can happen to them.
  • John Boy Sebastian 2012/06/28 22:35:28
    John Boy
    +4
    Agreed !!!
  • John Boy John Boy 2012/06/28 22:36:52
    John Boy
    +3
    Not to be insulting, but a ring does not plug the hole !!
  • kate Sebastian 2012/06/28 23:53:13
    kate
    +1
    yea but you also should not be getting married with cheating on your mind
  • Sebastian kate 2012/06/29 00:28:20 (edited)
    Sebastian
    +1
    No one gets into a car with death on their mind either but fatal auto accidents happen every day. You can be the most careful driver in the world and still get smeared by circumstances outside your control. Same with marriages, you might be the best spouse you can be but still get cheated on. You don't "plan" to get cheated on but sometimes it happens to the best of us, unfortunately :(
  • kate Sebastian 2012/06/29 02:04:00
    kate
    +1
    yea but by telling a partner to wear this ring that marks them ur saying u think they will cheat and also don't trust them and and your right with the car part but the only reson you would make someone wear this ring is cause you think they will cheat from the get go so you wouldent get Into a car that u think will break down and you shouldent get into a marriage you think will fail so I still don't see why these rings would be needed
  • Sebastian kate 2012/06/29 03:22:53 (edited)
    Sebastian
    +1
    Oh, I see the disconnect here now ;) I'm not saying the rings are a good idea either. I took your comment about not marrying someone you think will cheat at face value, instead of in the context of these "fidelity rings". You are correct in saying that asking a spouse to wear these is a vote of non-confidence (and kind of an insult when you think about it)
  • kate Sebastian 2012/06/29 05:03:02
    kate
    +1
    ah alright yea I thought u were for the rings lol and yea noone rlly knows what would happen but I was talking bout the rings lol we were on to different ends

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