Bling

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    Dec 11, 2007 4:37 AM GMT
    I won't leave the house without my silver necklace and my watch-of-the-day. You?
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    Dec 11, 2007 4:50 AM GMT
    I like to wear one of my silver watches when I leave the house. I also wear a necklace, some are more blingy than others. I dont like to look like MR. T when I go out though.icon_smile.gif
  • GQjock

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    Dec 11, 2007 11:28 AM GMT
    A watch is Okay and so's a necklace
    but I'm not much of a fan of jewelry on guys like rings and bracelets
    ... men don't need much paraphernalia to look good
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    Dec 11, 2007 12:20 PM GMT
    Sometimes cologne and a necklace but always my watch.

    Silver Guess watch, I'd kept it long enough to need a battery change, worth it because I always get compliments. That and I feel off balance without it.
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    Dec 11, 2007 12:26 PM GMT
    My Watch, my wedding ring.

    Bling is so yesterday.

    I do have quite a few (probably about a dozen) watch's for different occasions and environments however; from dress, to business, to working out, and diving, etc.

    IMO people who have a lot of 'Bling' look like cartoons.

    Also IMO the 'new bling' is tech. The high end, world connecting, not yet in the mainstream TECH. Like bluetooth HUD's, infrared projection keyboards and mice, HS gloves, inplants, and surface computing from your PDA. Convergence and Connectivity: Blackberries, Smartphones, and Iphones are just the beginning.




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    Dec 11, 2007 1:56 PM GMT
    I wear a sterling silver rosary almost every day. Most days i wear my "Elektra" pendant, a replica from the "Daredevil" and Elektra" movies. I also wear two rings, a silver panther's head with emerald eyes and a thumb ring which evidently is the same kind Gwenyth Paltrow gave to Madonna as a gift one holiday season.

    That's about it, other than the items that pierce my body.
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    Dec 11, 2007 2:20 PM GMT
    I'll bet there's more than one guy on this site who wouldn't go out without on of these on his head.
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    Dec 11, 2007 2:25 PM GMT
    three silver rings and silver crucifix on a leather strap... if i can remember my watch then that too....

    if i am 'dressing up' then maybe leather wrist straps... i have several so depends on the mood.....
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    Dec 11, 2007 3:07 PM GMT
    I need my fairy wand in order to make it through the day in one piece.
  • zakariahzol

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    Dec 11, 2007 3:37 PM GMT
    I hate to admit this. But I have a little box that I wear together with my chain around my neck. Inside this little box I put 2 piece of condom. It come handy when I get lucky so I can practice safe sex all the way. I also usually put 1 or 2 pieces inside my wallet. You never know when a temptation and seduction might strike. One of this days when I find my own partner and be monogamous, I dont have to carry my little box , anymore.
  • Alan95823

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    Dec 11, 2007 3:44 PM GMT
    I wear a religious medallion around my neck, but it's always under a shirt.

    I do wear a bracelet, but it's functional... I use it to discharge static electricity. I seem to attract a lot more of it than anyone else I know, and have been known to arc 1" sparks to metal objects. So I wear the bracelet to spare myself the shock several times a day.
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    Dec 11, 2007 4:01 PM GMT
    The ring that my partner & I wear...that's about it - although I do have a killer gold chain that he gave me a few months ago which I'll wear for special occasions.

    And a watch - but that's utility, not bling.
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    Dec 11, 2007 4:06 PM GMT
    My platinum and amethyst Rosary never leave home with it.
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    Dec 11, 2007 4:15 PM GMT
    my five earrings

    i used to wear a necklace, and I also used to wear a ring or two.
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    Dec 11, 2007 4:16 PM GMT
    And u sometimes sport blue hair!
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    Dec 11, 2007 4:21 PM GMT
    There are only two things I wear regularly, my watch and ring. My watch is just a simple Timex watch. You would most likely find it on a 10 year old. I don't wear it for fashion, just for time and a light for emergencies. I have been stuck in the dark many times and the watch helped. My ring is very special to me because I found the gold and had the ring made for me. I was in an abandoned mine when I found the gold nugget. I had a local jeweler make a ring that resembles a gold nugget. I always wear it and it never leaves my finger unless I have to take it off for surgery or something strange. It reminds me of my power and tat is why it is special to me.
  • olden

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    Dec 11, 2007 5:00 PM GMT
    An ancient wind-up Rolex in a Navajo bracelet and a silver neck chain with small pendant of dragon scales from a Ming pottery vase. Being of Welsh ancestory, the dragon is my protector.
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    Dec 11, 2007 6:50 PM GMT
    I always have on a copper bracelet. All the guys I grew up w/ always wore one. Just a habit now, and its wierd if I don't feel it on my wrist. I used to wear a silver cross too, but I lost it, probably what I'm buying myself for xmas.
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    Dec 11, 2007 7:11 PM GMT
    I have six rings. I sometimes wear them all at once, but then people take my hands as if I am some art gallery. Even people I don’t know that are standing by me just take my hands and are fascinated by them. Now I wear maybe one here and one there, but as much as I love all of them and to wear all 6 at once, it is becoming more and more of a rarity.

    They all have a deeper meaning behind them for me.
    (Left hand)
    Cross
    Triquertra (SP) (the Charmed symbol)
    Infinity Symbol

    (Right Hand)
    Dragon Spinner
    Fleur de Leis
    Crown

    I think I have about 5 different necklaces for different occasions.

    Personally, I won’t wear it unless it has some sort of meaning behind it for me.
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    Dec 11, 2007 7:17 PM GMT
    What is a "Dragon Spinner?"
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    Dec 11, 2007 7:21 PM GMT
    It is kind of two rings in one. There is a silver band that holds another band, that band is the Dragon. When you hear the ring, the silver band stays put and the Dragon ring can spin around your finger.

    (it doesn't make to much sense in text form, but in real life it is really cool)
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    Dec 11, 2007 7:24 PM GMT
    No no no... i get it now!!!!!!!!!!!! Cool!
  • fryblock

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    Dec 11, 2007 7:29 PM GMT
    5 earrings. 1 ring. do belt buckles count?

    and of course a tiara, but its more glamorous than the one mcgay posted
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    Dec 11, 2007 7:38 PM GMT
    Bling-free since 1999, the year I flirted briefly with Buddhism – no precious metals or stones; nothing that might arouse envy.

    Watch-of-the-day: 1. black rubber; 2. black leather + brushed steel; or 3. all polished steel (worn "hidden" under a stiff french cuff).

    Earrings: one pair of chunky, unadorned surgical stainless-steel rings – some days I wear them, some days I don't.

    Other: a collection of trinkets fashioned in bone, leather, pebbles or scented woods – Buddha beads, Aboriginal chokers, bolos,
    e tc. – worn mostly during summer when I'm in that hippy-trippy state of mind, and to compensate for the lack of clothing.
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    Dec 11, 2007 7:40 PM GMT
    Of course, I do have the crown of the Wicked Queen from Snow White. I never leave my house with out it on. I'll have to post a picture some day . . . icon_wink.gif

    (But seriously, I do have it and I would SO wear it every day!!)