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    Re: Wearing a false wedding ring?

    Wearing a wedding ring suggests that you have already passed muster with womankind. It also introduces an element of competition, which some women find irresistible.

    Much better to wear unfashionable clothes and cultivate apparent poverty, illness or disability. Even a stoop might help.

    Full blown incontinence is probably carrying it too far.
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    Re: Wearing a false wedding ring?

    I wear a ring on my wedding finger as a stay away signal to filth.

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    Re: Wearing a false wedding ring?

    as the Clanners say..... "deception is a freebirth trait"..
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    Re: Wearing a false wedding ring?

    I told the office gold digger that she was very nice but that my boyfriend was psychotic and jealous. In the UK being gay is close to having God like powers. No one dare say anything against me now.

    As to what they think of me? Couldn't care less, just as long as they leave me alone. Usually a bit of imagination and describing a "hot" session will make most women walk away in disgust, sometimes to avoid you for the rest of their lives....Job done!

    By the way, I am not gay, just totally not interested in being manipulated, used, and being bled dry financially.

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    Re: Wearing a false wedding ring?

    Quote Originally Posted by Promethius View Post
    I told the office gold digger that she was very nice but that my boyfriend was psychotic and jealous. In the UK being gay is close to having God like powers. No one dare say anything against me now.

    As to what they think of me? Couldn't care less, just as long as they leave me alone. Usually a bit of imagination and describing a "hot" session will make most women walk away in disgust, sometimes to avoid you for the rest of their lives....Job done!

    By the way, I am not gay, just totally not interested in being manipulated, used, and being bled dry financially.
    You should be more subtle, tell them your favorite movie is Broke Back Mountain and you have an extensive leather and lace wardrobe with matching ball gags.
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    Re: Wearing a false wedding ring?

    Ever seen the episode of Seinfeld where George Costanza starts to do the opposite of what his instincts tell him? He finally lands a hot girlfriend and finds that it attracts other women. Same as a wedding ring. It signals to women that someone wants you so that means there must be something special about you and they get curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Octavian View Post
    Hence the use of a prop-a false wedding ring. Will such a thing accomplish the goal of keeping the female search radar off me ,or will it instead be a pre-selection jumbotron flashing "Try Harder"?
    I found it to be the latter, although my use of a wedding ring prop was neither long term or consistent.

    As a field engineer, I traveled worldwide for all of the Nineties and a few years into the Oughts. At home, I was slowly becoming more and more MGTOW thanks to the women I was dating. On the road, I deliberately and strictly avoided any of the one-night-stands, wham-bam-thank you-ma'ams, professionals, and serial hookups my single and married co-workers regularly "enjoyed". We were paid well, but I think regular chances to grab what Erica Jong called a "zipless fuck" was seen by many of my coworkers as a benefit. (In the case of at least three of those men, I'm sure their opinions changed after their divorces.)

    Anyway, I soon got very tired of the innuendoes, flirting, and flat out propositions I was subjected to while on the road and thought a prop wedding ring might prevent it all. It didn't. It did add another question or two to the script. It also led to confusion among the women when I rebuffed them because, if I was married, I surely would be looking for some fun away from home.

    Don't bother with a prop wedding ring. All it will do is make women more intrigued and lead to more questions.

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    Re: Wearing a false wedding ring?

    Where I live, you'd be sooner or later be seen by someone who knows you. My cousin was hundreds of miles from home one New Year's Eve and spotted some homies trying to hide their affair.
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    I wouldn't wear a fake wedding ring. First, I'd have to keep track of the lie that will inevitably expand. Women typically ask about your relationship or family situation, and you'll have to invent more lies as they ask for more details. Telling them that you'd rather not discuss your family situation would cause animosity. Or somebody could eventually detect that something's off (relationship dynamics is where most women live) and call you out for lying about being in a relationship. However it unfolds, it wouldn't be sustainable.

    Secondly, I'd want to stand up for the prerogative to be single without being pressured about it. If somebody at work tried pushing me about it, I'd tell them to stop harassing me about my marital status. From there, they can choose whether it's worth their job. I'd make a note of it for evidence in case they try causing trouble for me in other ways.
    Last edited by Katsu; January 2, 2023 at 1:50 PM.

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    Re: Wearing a false wedding ring?

    It's not worth the energy to perpetuate the deception IMO. And chances are you'll be found out. You might field 20 questions about it over 5 months and think nothing of revealing any details but the hive will collaborate if they want answers bad enough. Eventually, they will cobble together how you are going to be labeled. You want to leave that up to the office busybodies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywarp View Post
    Eventually, they will cobble together how you are going to be labeled. You want to leave that up to the office busybodies?
    They'll do that regardless of whether you give them the truth. There must be some dirt for them to figure out. But you'd still be better off not being caught in the deception.

    An alternative would be to wear the fake wedding ring, but tell them it's a fake when the topic of your marital status comes up. "I'm happily single. The ring discourages unwanted overtures." It would be interesting to see how they react to that. I'm sure it wouldn't be good. They probably see men who wear fake wedding rings as criminal. Of course, it's fine when women wear one.

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    Re: Wearing a false wedding ring?

    The trick is not to give a damn. Unless things are becoming malicious, let them think what they like but tell them nothing.

    Telling lies, like pretending to be engaged or married may work for overseas trips (I’ll leave that for those experienced in such things to comment on) but not in the workplace.

    As Katsu and Skywarp have pointed out perpetuating such a lie will eventually bite you in the ass.

    The only proviso I see here is many people like to fuck with each other’s heads for fun, so throw it back at them for the giggle if it suits you.


    I work in a predominantly female environment, many of whom are very attractive and very friendly, but I have learned from experience to tell them nothing, nada, not a single thing about my personal life other than the mundane; I caught a bug and was sick as a dog for a few days, I hate cold weather etc. etc.


    With regards relationshits, I recently had someone suggest joining a dating site. I literally laughed in her face and asked why the hell she would wish such a thing on me. She quickly backed off.


    I keep to myself in work. I’ll exchange pleasantries and I get on well with pretty much everyone but my personal life is none of their business.

    No matter what you do, no matter what you say, the busybodies will talk about you and what they don’t know they’ll make up. Let them think whatever the hell they like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    The trick is not to give a damn. Unless things are becoming malicious, let them think what they like but tell them nothing.
    This. Right out of the stoic playbook. The comments and opinions of others only have the value you give them.

    As Katsu and Skywarp have pointed out perpetuating such a lie will eventually bite you in the ass.
    This again. Keep things simple. It's easier.

    You don't need to lie. You just need to remember that you aren't required to share the truth.

    I keep to myself in work. Iíll exchange pleasantries and I get on well with pretty much everyone but my personal life is none of their business.
    Again, this. You can be pleasant and still share nothing of consequence. In my current mentoring/training role I deal closely with over one hundred people each week. While they all know my resume intimately, they all know next to nothing about me privately.

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    Not just a chliche, my empirically-practiced modus operandi:

    Honesty is the best policy!

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    Re: Wearing a false wedding ring?

    Quote Originally Posted by WanderLuster View Post
    Not just a chliche, my empirically-practiced modus operandi:

    Honesty is the best policy!
    Be honest, but when you have to lie, plea the 5th!
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    Re: Wearing a false wedding ring?

    Yea I've had women friends tell me a wedding ring fake or not is a active fishing lure for women. I do best as a ghost. Just not seen or noticed by the gash.


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