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I think I've heard both the 'divorced' and the 'spouse is deceased' explanations before. I really can't see a divorced man, in this day and age, wearing a wedding band at all since women people would still be turned away by it before he even got a chance to know them.
When I first came here, this was all swamp. Everyone said I was daft to build a castle on a swamp, but I built in all the same, just to show them. It sank into the swamp. So I built a second one. That sank into the swamp. So I built a third. That burned down, fell over, then sank into the swamp. But the fourth one stayed up. And that's what you're going to get, Lad, the strongest castle in all of England.
Wearing the wedding ring on the right hand was quite common in Eastern Europe when I was there a few years back. The young lady that I had for an intreputer told me that the cusom was changing since the young people felt that that left hand was closer to the heart. I think that it is still very common in Europe. Is the guy in question from the US?
Originally posted by Threxx I think I've heard both the 'divorced' and the 'spouse is deceased' explanations before. I really can't see a divorced man, in this day and age, wearing a wedding band at all since women people would still be turned away by it before he even got a chance to know them.
Why not just ask him?
I hardly know him - just in passing, really.
I always thought divorced people just stopped wearing the ring all together.
I don't know about the Jewish thing Rob. It looks like that quote is really only referring to the woman, not the man.