questionswhat's your take on toe rings for guys?

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@matt1976: Oh I hear ya, I've always been the type to work with my hands and that was a huge concern I had when I got married. I'm getting used to it, but using some of the equipment around my shop still makes me nervous...I suppose that's not such a bad thing, once you get comfortable, that's when you hurt yourself.

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@stupimlico: I worked as a mill right, machinist, welder and drill hand. I never wore my wedding ring because I was afraid to lose a finger.

Now that I'm a stay at home dad, it feels awkward as all hell.

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if you do, your man-card is officially revoked.

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Or right up there with guys getting belly button rings and lower back tattoos. Kinda questionable.....

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@miyoshinum5: Right up there with dudes wearing white socks and Birkenstocks. LOL

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That would be one of those women only things. I had a hard enough time with the wedding band on my finger.

I find that bodily adornments are used for the purpose of attracting attention. In general, women are trying to attract men with their jewelery. If a man is wearing jewelery like that, he's looking for attention. Why else would he wear it, no fingers maybe? That's my opinion.

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Let me guess, he wears Crocs too?
TOOL!

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First thought is that it's a bit weird. It might have been in fashion when being metro was cool, but in my opinion toe rings are really more feminine than unisex.

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@bellavampyre: Yeah that would be one of my thoughts, along with eww...

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D-bag? That what it would scream to me anyway.... IMO.