‘Anti-Cheating Ring’ Brands The Wearer To Remind Them About Their Taken Status
Jun 28, 2012 11:17
There are some married guys out there who have no qualms about cheating on their spouse. And one way to feel less guilty or not get caught is simply by taking their wedding ring off when they're on the prowl. But company's that value the sanctity of marriage are wising up to their cheating ways. Take for instance this Anti-Cheating Ring by The Cheeky.com:
While it might appear to be a regular wedding band on the outside, the inside is engraved with the words "I'm Married". When pressed against the wearer's skin, it leave an imprint that cannot be as easily removed. And this chastity-ensuring device can be yours for only $550. Still, it's much better than having a wife who wouldn't think twice about branding you with a hot iron poker!
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