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1:20 "All rings send a message"
2:20 "Wear rings with confidence"
4:19 "Match the metals"
5:40 "Thumb: Character"
6:20 "Pinky Finger: Intelligence"
7:04 "Index Finger: Power"
7:23 "Middle Finger: Balance"
7:33 "Ring Finger: Romanticism"
i love right hand rings, (im planning to get a thumb ring), but left hand rings bother me as i am a guitarist, and ring wear on guitars (scratches on back of guitar neck due to rings) is a very common problem, so i would hope to avoid having left hand rings until marriage. unfortunately, as stated in the video, that would break the symmetry of rings, so what would be your advice?
I really like full finger ring... it's hot for me I already bought mine from hog topic they gonna send it in up to 14 business days
I personally love rings. I would wear all fingers rings. I have one ring which is for the index but it's not a daily things. I bought some from hot topic like mood rings and other snakes and other rings that I liked but I'll see...
I wear 5 rings on both of my hands and sometimes wear another ring on any finger on both sides that would fit with the other ring that I have already on. My favorite style of rings are Celtic, Viking and pirate.
.My dad 12 years after divorse gave me his wedding ring. It's gold with some small diamonds which actually they work well look manly despite the diamonds. ( Maybe male diamonds are normal idk but it was the late 80s..it was a very emotional experience to receive this gift. I protected 11 years very carefully. I now feel comfortable and see the positive sentiment as being positive for my dad and me and for my someday marriage and father express and how him returning it to me was a sort of apology and coming of age moment. My dad was a bad father. He's a good man now. I want to wear it it now finally. I'm thinking right hand ring finger. any thoughts. Suggestions positive or negative as long as your intentions are positive. Thank you
the meaning of the ring goes back to the good old days when one gets married there noses were hammered to the door and thats why they changed it to the fingers but it was a stud used in the nosehahahha
I always wear 2 huge wide steel rings on each thumb and it's not a fashion thing for me, it's gym equipment, when i train with certain machines and use certain dumbbells the iron rests on directly on the rings and this way won't damage my fingers
Interesting video. Thanks for this. I love bling. I wear a ring that a friend gave me in place of a wedding ring (which was lost). I am about to make a ring tonhouse a stone my father purchased when I was born and so I might wear it on my index finger like a family crest/ heirloom. I also have an oversized turquoise and silver ring on my right middle finger
Easy. All rings (index finger, middle finger, and pinky OR index finger and ringfinger OR thumb and ringfinger) and 3 to 5 small bracelets go on the right wrist. Watch and full sleeve tattoo go on the left arm to balance out the bling.
So the 2 pieces of accessories I like to wear are a watch and a ring. Is it a good idea to wear them on the same hand, leaving the other hand with nothing? Or should I always balance my accessories and wear one on each hand?
Antonio.. Nice video... I wear almost daily 6 chains, 6 rings, and 3 bracelets.. And 6 pendents. All 10k solid gold.. I have 3 925 chains.. I started my collection in 2014 I try to at least buy 2-3 pieces a year .i will stop probably at 10 chains and charms 8 rings and 8 bracelets.
I wear 5 rings...all silver par the one on my right ring finger
The silver ones are a couple of pinkie rings (one garnet and the other is CZ), a welsh wedding band on my right middle and a diamond set signet ring on my left ring (as I am unmarried) but the last one is a 2016 quarter panda in a gold mount...i am planning to buy a half sovereign ring and the other unused fingers but those are bigger sizes
Rules. For rings? WTF? Basically who gives a rat’s ass. What is this utter horse business? Who makes the ring rules? Break those rules. Ring snobbery. Match your metals. Mix n match. Hilarious. Get a life dude.
that's probably a wrong size (too small) or you just have some really delicate fingers mate (but sometimes they really cut a LITTLE circulation (not itchy feeling while wearing it) till you finger like... "gets used to it").
Antonio, my clear understanding is that in N America wearing a wedding ring on the fourth finger on the right means that you are a widow or widower. Wearing it on the left means you are married with a living spouse. I’ve been told this by countless people both younger and older than me. I’m surprised that this apparently hasn’t come up in your discussions. Curious.
i have a question i recently bought myself a ring for myself but i like to wear it on my ringfinger its a ring with runes an mjolnir so would this ring send a he is engaged/maried message? will tit send the creative message as you said in the video? or are there more people that wear a ring on that finger just because they like to?
I like wearing either one and one which is a ring and bracelet or two and two on my hands including my ring on my ring finger and my pinky ring actually I don't have a watch. The most rings I would wear is two on one hand and a pinky ring with a bracelet on the other hand. I like gold more and I like to match my jewelry except my bolo tie that I like to wear when I dress up of course it's made out of metal so that is mixing metals. The only silver I like is a ring and bracelet.
The left pinky is the traditional signet ring finger in Britain and with many modern noble men. I am descended from the Russian aristocracy and wear my Russian Imperial signet on my left pinky. I also wear 2 other gold rings with rubies or diamonds. I have never cared what others think of it. I wear what I feel lead to wear in my spirit. I've encountered some people who don't like me wearing a signet on my pinky but it is my birthright so I just consider those remarks to come from a place of ignorance. You really can't care what others think, there will always be critics. Wear what feels natural to you personally and culturally.
Its totally erong tight hand!!! Iys egoself do.inant energy....rings are terrible. Most is status to tell others who they are..they apparently are worthless..rings wirn on rightside are straycats..no receivers
I wear my watch on my right wrist, so I wear my rings on my left hand even though I'm not married. I have a stainless steel one on my middle finger and a silver one with small garnets on my ring finger. I wear them most of the time but there are some places I take them off though, just to avoid the awkward questions about whether I'm married or not.
Man , thank you for this video , and I hope my comment worth something 3 years later : In my line of work they say : " ...Take care of your hands , because they are your tools...." . So jewelry are banned ( per say ). I wear my rings at weekends , hollidays or any special occasion......and you're right about something : When I put on my rings , I feel my hand became a " smashing hand " and send the message of the Fairy Tooth....
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American Express, which has made the list all three years, takes the top spot in this year’s list of top companies for HR.
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