Ladies: would you be offended if your husband didn't always wear his wedding ring? (Guys: do you/would you always wear yours?)
He likes having his territory marked. Im surprised he hasn't pissed in my leg yet lol
Unless his occupation keeps him from wearing it, I would otherwise expect him to. It's not too much to ask him to wear a little gold band. I don't understand why you wouldn't want to wear it.
Always. I'm proud that I'm married. Especially to such an amazing woman.
It's the ONE ring to rule than all.
My precious ...my precious....
It means nothing, but if my wife thought it did, I would wear it. And I would wear it in public for the sole reason that it prevents needless temptation from others. :)
Doesnt bother me. Bothers him a bit.
Have not taken it off in 26 years.
Mine never leaves my finger.
My husband does appliance repair. He was always getting his ring caught while he was working. So we got our wedding bands tattooed on a few years ago.
I always wear mine. I'm not supposed to at work but I do anyway because its my way of showing that I love my wife and I think of her every time I see it.
Aww very sweet :)
Exhusband rarely wore his wedding band. He gave me some excuse about it getting caught on stuff at work. He's a Manufacturing engineer ... Working 98% of the time on computer. I was born at night just not last night. :)
Make your next one get a ring tat. No taking it off :-)
I probably would be. I would think my husband would be happy to be married to me. I would ask him why before I jump to conclusions, though.
I don't have a clue where his wedding ring is. He teaches welding and that's not safe to wear a wedding ring. I don't have one either.
I take off all my jewelry for bed and bathing, wouldn't bother me if he did the same.
We both always wear ours and rarely take them off.
I wore my ring everyday of my marriage. It hurt when he didn't wear his, but that was because he was being deceitful. I wonder if in a future marriage it will set off a red flag if he doesn't wear his.
I think I would have negative emotion towards it, but at the same time, my current and past bf's have worked in jobs that may not be the best suited for rings and I can understand not wearing them.
I would have an issue if I felt they were trying
My ex never wore one. If I can't trust him, I don't want him.
He had a business in the construction field.
I wouldn't care, the ring isn't what matters in a marriage, the actual marriage / relationship is. And jewelry isn't most men's thing.
I always wear mine, but if my job required me to remove it I would. I don't think that a surgeon's wife would mind if he took off his ring before an operation.
My husband always wears his (like I do mine), so if he stopped wearing it, I'd wonder why.
I'm not into rings so I wouldn't be offended. Though it is a nice gesture if he did wear it all the time.
My husband doesn't wear a ring either. It doesn't bother me at all because we don't define our marriage by material symbolism.
Semper Fi to you too teufel hunden.
And why is that? Cause on the other poll you said "a wedding ring means nothing"...
I would love to wear mine. I want a guy that is proud to be married to me. If there are so many excuses over something so small, that would raise a red flag for me.
Some men work in jobs where their finger could be lost by wearing a ring. Maybe that's their explanation?
Maybe a tattoo on his forehead "inge's bi***" :D
If I ever took it off, the blinding white tan line would still be there.
I thought you were never supposed to do it.
Sorry to hear that :( I personally think him taking it on and off was disrespectful. Even when he's mad at you he should still respect you as his wife.
I don't have a ring yet! :D
I once jumped off the side of a truck at my workplace and my ring got caught. When I hit the ground I gasped in amazement that my finger was still attached. The ring bent into an oval and I had to squeeze it with pliers to get it off. Scared me...
I can't wear it at work, so I generally keep it off all the time.
I have an office job now. So you're exactly right! +1
I take mine off when I workout.
I'm impressed at the gender consistency so far. Based on my experiences I would've expected it to be wildly uneven.
My bf does construction so if we ever get married he cant wear it... Plus him and jewelry would look ridiculous.
My husband wears his most of the time. He takes it off if he's doing some yard work, when he lifts weights or cooks.
Never supposed to take it off.
To be deceitful. I don't really believe in marriage, so I don't know why it would be a big deal, but I get emotional and irrational.
Oh ok. Yeah, traditionally it's always worn. But not I think it's become even more of a personal preference/decision of the couple.
I would wear it all the time if my wife wants me to. If she doesn't care, I would still always wear it out in public.
That's true, I'm sure there are exceptions. Understandable.
It's that whole Semper Fi.