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If you "liked it and you put on a ring on it," but your hubby has a habit of removing it around pretty girls - TheCheeky.com has a surefire way to stop him in his tracks.
Enter the "Anti-Cheating Ring" - a ring that leaves "I'm Married" imprinted on the wearer's ring finger if the ring is removed.
The ring is a classic titanium band that looks just like any other wedding ring and sells for $550, but inside, the words are printed in negative to brand the message into the wearer's skin.
As the product description on the website says, "With Arnold, Tiger and two timing IMF guy in mind, we have created this wedding ring for people intent on cheating. The negative engraving on the inside means that when you are in the ‘Club’ and an attractive woman…or man comes along to chat, slipping your wedding ring off is not an option."
The description is obviously meant to be humorous, but it leaves us with a few questions.
Like, why would you marry someone you don't trust? What does it say about your relationship if you're resorting to branding your mate?
We looked around the web to see what people think about this concept, and not surprisingly, the comments are mostly negative. Here are a few we saw on Twitter:
7. "Umm... if you're buying this for your soon-to-be spouse, I think you might be missing the point of getting married..."
6. "This is not a solution to America's rampant divorce rate."
5. "Try and cheat now, married couples!"
4. "Landsharks take the 'til death do you part' part of your marriage seriously."
3. "I think it's cool! I don't see it as anti-cheating - more like a temporary version of ring finger tattoos."
2. "Hmm... Nothing says I love you quite like this."
1. "Well, stops him from cheating with women who can read."
What do you think about the Anti-Cheating Ring?