Not sure if this is in the right forum A coworker and her bf have been talking about getting engaged/ married and have even started at looking at rings for her. The area we went to is near a military facility so, during lunch, it is always really busy with a bunch of military personnel. As he was alone, I was *this* close to dragging my friend over to sit with him and flirt. and this is what stopped me, I am so not the type of woman who is the least bit interested in married, engaged, or boyfriend status men. I sighed and told my friend, I wish we could just wear pins or something saying, "Hey, I'm single, it's okay to flirt with me." And that is what prompted the engagement ring thing for guys. I actually seriously thought about doing it for a while when i was really frustrated with dating (about 5 yrs back). I thought I heard somewhere that some men wear fake wedding rings to bars because it increases their chance of "getting lucky" that night.At lunch the other day she commented that she might buy her bf an engagement ring too as a surprise (she hasn't discussed it with him) to give him after he proposes to her. Since it was so busy, she dropped me off at the door to stand in line while she went to find parking. As I approach the line, he turns, sees me, and gives me a big old smile. You can check for a ring to see if someone is married or engaged (if female), but a guy can be engaged for years without wearing a ring proclaiming he is taken. I know when I was engaged, I was probably flirted with more than when I wasnt, but I had heard there's some psychological confidence factor working there. A guy I once knew said he wouldn't get engaged, ie buy a ring for his girlfriend unless she ponied up the same amount for a ring for him as well. I actually seriously thought about doing it for a while when i was really frustrated with dating (about 5 yrs back). Yes, but would you really want to date a woman whose character is such that she would knowing flirt and chase after a married man? If she doesn't have any problems contributing to some other couple's infidelity, I doubt she will place a high value on her own. Should she carry it with her so she can give it immediately after he proposes, or should she let him have that moment and then give it to him a few days later? I was just talking about this with my friend./Popcorn time My coworker and I decided to leave our cave for lunch.

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Being engaged usually means looking forward to a wedding and all that presage a happily-ever-after.

However sometimes people do get left at the altar after which they feel that nothing could be right anymore.

Before reading this, I had never really given thought to wearing an engagement ring if/when I get engaged. don't you want to show him how much you cherish and love him by giving him a super spectacular shiny ring?

After reading this, if my bride-to-be asked me if I would wear one, I would. Richeyit's an awfully fancy ring for a gal too isn't it?

As someone else put it, it's a team effort.it's an awfully fancy ring for a gal too isn't it? Video: How To Say No To Dating Our website Discover how any male can attract women through their subconscious.I'm going to guess he didn't see me because he didn't hold the door open for me. I'm I so ugly, dude, that you can't even hold the door open for me. I mean why not let other people know his is off the market? I love the idea and that she thought of it was really really sweet and thoughtful. Just to be safe so she doesn't "scare the guy away" however, i woudln't have it at the ready to give right back to him when he proposes. since she's thinking out of the box anyway, maybe she can propose to him, orb. If and when I ever get engaged, I'd like it to be a surprise. He could offer me a twisty off of a loaf of bread for all I care, as long as he wanted me for his wife. I've finally accepted to being in the minority when I say there are 3 types of people in this world: Females, Males, and those other XY beings that are married, engaged, or in a relationship.I thought I heard somewhere that some men wear fake wedding rings to bars because it increases their chance of "getting lucky" that night. she waits until after he proposes and she accepts that she gets one for him and surprises him. As for men wearing "costume wedding rings' because it attracts females to them. I don't want to have to match someone dollar for dollar to prove my worth. When I got engaged, way back when, my fiance' offered to let me pick out my own ring. I chose a yellow gold dress band with diamonds that matched mine for his dress band and then a plain white gold ring for him to wear every day. He didn't ask for an 'Engagement' ring from me either. To me, a man in any type of romantic/sexual relationship with another woman is not a man and someone I have zero interest in.I know when I was engaged, I was probably flirted with more than when I wasnt, but I had heard there's some psychological confidence factor working there. I thought I heard somewhere that some men wear fake wedding rings to bars because it increases their chance of "getting lucky" that night. I would say b is the "safer" route and least to get an unexpected reaction from him. He was shocked that the engagement and wedding ring SET I picked out came to a grand total of 9. I chose something small that suited them perfectly and looked dainty, yet pretty. All told, I spent more on his rings than he did on mine. I tend to be more traditional about these sort of things, I guess. I personally think it's weird, and would not be into it. As for men wearing "costume wedding rings' because it attracts females to them. A guy I once knew said he wouldn't get engaged, ie buy a ring for his girlfriend unless she ponied up the same amount for a ring for him as well.I know when I was engaged, I was probably flirted with more than when I wasnt, but I had heard there's some psychological confidence factor working there. I also like it when a man opens my car door, pulls out my chair and and puts his jacket over my shoulders if I'm cold. My question is, what does the guy do with it after he has a wedding ring? Too much jewelry on a man is tacky Maybe something like an "engagement watch" would be more appropriate. To me, that just sounded as though he was cheap and wanted to make sure he wasn't out any money. don't you want to show him how much you cherish and love him by giving him a super spectacular shiny ring?