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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Scott Strang, Jan 16, 2002.
I think thumb rings are sexy as hell.
I like lots of rings on the fingers but not those cheap, tacky ones you find in the gumball machines. I don't go for toe or ankle decorations.
No, i dont like lots of rings on the fingers, or loooong finger nails.
But i do like toe rings, anklets, and waistlets(sp?)
I hate tongue rings, but like nose studs
Toe rings can be cute on a well manicured foot.
I've always found anklets to be very sexy; a woman making an effort to draw attention to her legs can only be a good thing. One tip for any ladies reading this - if you wear hose, take of the anklet.
To answer Rain's question, I find a belly button ring on a woman to be sexy but only on women with "vertical" belly buttons. A ring in a round button just doesn't look right. I don't mind a belly button ring and a sensible number of ear piercings but eyebrow/tongue/lips(either)/nose and others are usually a turn-off for me.
I wear several large earrings in each ear, wear 2-3 rings on my fingers, bracelets, necklaces, wear sandals and don't give a damn what anyone else thinks of the jewelry or what they think of my feet.
(Personally, I'm damn proud of my feet. I can cross my little toe over the next toe as well as pick up various objects with them. You can't ask for better feet.)
I get a little confused when I see a woman with a lot of rings on her fingers. Is there any meaning or hidden significance to it? What does it all mean?
3 components - 1 ring
so... is it like:
Faroudja line quadrupler
Tag McLaren pre-pro
and then I gotta buy Cracker Jack to get my wife a ring?
Julie K sez......
The common theme here is men don’t like TOO much, but enough to compliment a woman’s body. It seems easily overdone.
I prefer a natural look on a woman. Very little makeup, no tattoos, not that much jewelry. Lots of rings don't do it for me. an ankle bracelet and a bracelet are ok.
I do wear an anklet, been using one since college and I don't see anything wrong about it.