Do you wear jewelry?

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#1 Posted by jasean79 (2375 posts) -

I only wear one piece of jewelry - my wedding ring. Occasionally, a watch. Not really a fan of necklaces/bracelets, and all that jive.

How about you, OT?

#2 Posted by thegerg (15923 posts) -


#3 Posted by bobaban (10560 posts) -

Yes a watch and a silver necklace.

#4 Posted by -Blasphemy- (3239 posts) -

Nope I was never a big fan of jewelry and I stopped wearing watches a long time ago.

#5 Posted by indzman (19965 posts) -

Sometimes on occassions ... OM silver necklace , earrings.

#6 Posted by bforrester420 (2016 posts) -

A watch (Bulova Precisionist), a wedding ring (a simple titanium band), and that's it.

#7 Posted by Korvus (7428 posts) -

Watch and wedding ring only.

#8 Posted by alim298 (1945 posts) -

No nothing.

#9 Posted by elkoldo (1464 posts) -

That stuff is meant for gals.

#10 Edited by Master_Live (15788 posts) -

I wear my watch and a neck strap with my pen drive, a mini Swiss knife and my Borders rewards mini card.

#11 Posted by Behardy24 (5324 posts) -


#12 Posted by jasean79 (2375 posts) -

@elkoldo said:

That stuff is meant for gals.

Many Italian and Greek men would disagree. :D

#13 Posted by vl4d_l3nin (985 posts) -

I have a gold St. Christopher necklace left to me by my late grandmother, otherwise I don't wear any.

#14 Posted by br0kenrabbit (13421 posts) -

I wore my wedding ring when I was married but that's it. Haven't worn a watch in many years, my cell phone keeps time just fine.

#15 Posted by KiIIyou (27154 posts) -

I'm all plain

#16 Edited by yokofox33 (30288 posts) -

I'll wear watches to work and when I go out to dinner/bars. Other than that, nope. Not a big jewelry guy.

#17 Edited by tocool340 (20660 posts) -

Nope. I would if I had money to waste like that but the idea of carrying $50+ of jewelry around my neck/wrist/hand where it can easily be stolen or accidentally misplaced sort of bothers me...

#18 Posted by Jd1680a (5956 posts) -

Is a watch sold from a jewelry store considered jewelry?

#19 Edited by johnd13 (8220 posts) -

I don't like jewelry so no.

#20 Posted by The_Last_Ride (74284 posts) -

nope, i don't wear anything

#21 Posted by jasean79 (2375 posts) -

@Jd1680a said:

Is a watch sold from a jewelry store considered jewelry?

A watch sold from a guy on the street is still considered jewelry, so yeah.

#22 Posted by BossPerson (9117 posts) -

@jasean79 said:

@elkoldo said:

That stuff is meant for gals.

Many Italian and Greek men would disagree. :D

you mean the most effeminate men in the world would disagree?

#23 Posted by BossPerson (9117 posts) -

also no, am not a mangina

#24 Edited by ShepardCommandr (3232 posts) -

@thegerg said:


#25 Posted by deeliman (3456 posts) -

I think too much jewelry looks tacky

#26 Edited by udUbdaWgz1 (633 posts) -

as a young college male, i once thought jewelry and earrings and the like were cool.

now, i laugh at the mental weakness.

#27 Posted by Xeno_ghost (696 posts) -

Where is the discussion value in this thread?

#28 Posted by udUbdaWgz1 (633 posts) -

@xeno_ghost: cellphones, texting, music, headphones, tablets, facebook, insta, twitter.

should i go on? the amount of fake ego's and puzzyizm is something i now have to deal with as a parent.

the weak mindedness of wuzziez everywhere is a laugh.

#29 Posted by Xeno_ghost (696 posts) -

@udubdawgz1: Agreed! I always try to teach the youth not to be a sheep. Be your own person do your own thing.

#30 Posted by udUbdaWgz1 (633 posts) -

@xeno_ghost: it's funny, since, not being a sheep was emphasized a few years back. now, it's all about sheepdom and puzzydom and femdom and gaydom and wuzzydom.

i know i've got a money- payin vocation, lol: a girl i knew in a certain setting BAWLED when her phone was taken away. i've had multiple girls in my family cry about yap like this and their phones. i've ended multiple relationships with fools who thought phone convos were better than our mutual ride.

my parents once laughed when i brought this convo up: my dad doesn't now. my mom, lol, she plays crush and sends me email to an email i've told her on numerous occasions i don't use.