(NEW YORK) — The wedding band is a precious, shiny symbol of marital commitment. That’s why men take them off when they want to cheat.
Thecheeky.com has designed a ring that aims to make this suspension of commitment a little harder. The Anti-Cheating Ring has a “negative engraving” on the inside that leaves the phrase “I’M MARRIED” on the finger after the ring is removed.
This might prevent cheating by: (1) reminding the would-be John Edwards of his vow and/or (2) alerting would-be Rielle Hunters that a man is married. Of course some women don’t care or are even more turned on by that. In these cases, the ring is inoperative.
Geared for stamina over looks, it is made of strengthened titanium valued at $550. Unlike a wedding vow, it comes with a lifetime guarantee.
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