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Anti-Cheating Wedding Ring Brands 'I'm Married' Into Your Finger...Literally

Anti-Cheating Wedding Ring Brands 'I'm Married' Into Your Finger...Literally

"...we have created this wedding ring for people intent on cheating."

Wedding bands typically label individuals as being "taken" and, thus, off-the-market. But what happens when someone removes his or her ring in an effort to conceal matrimonial ties? Well, that depends on the type of ring that he or she is wearing.

Consider this: There's a new, anti-cheating wedding band that will very literally brand the finger of those individuals who choose to wear it (yes, really). Here's the evidence:

According to BoingBoing.net, the creative, yet slightly over-the-top product is being sold by TheCheeky, a so-called hub for inappropriate gifts. The titanium wedding band is $550 and it leaves individuals who wear it over a period of time with a literal imprint that proclaims one's marriage status.

An official description of the wedding band on the vender's web site pokes fun at some of the more famous cases of infidelity that have been seen in Hollywood and the celebrity world in recent years.

"With Arnold, Tiger and two timing IMF guy in mind, we have created this wedding ring for people intent on cheating," TheCheeky's description proclaims. "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."

So, while the ring was created in jest, it does have some practical uses. Then again, there are some people who may even be willing to look past an imprint that says "I'm Married." Still, it's an entertaining product.

(H/T: Boing Boing)

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Billy Hallowell

Billy Hallowell

Billy Hallowell is the director of communications and content for PureFlix.com, whose mission is to create God-honoring entertainment that strengthens the faith and values of individuals and families. He's a former senior editor at Faithwire.com and the former faith and culture editor at TheBlaze. He has contributed to FoxNews.com, The Washington Post, Human Events, The Daily Caller, Mediaite, and The Huffington Post, among other outlets. Visit his website (billyhallowell.com) for more of his work.