My friends and I are going to a club this weekend. Just a girls night out with a little drinking and dancing. I don't plan to talk to guys and I won't flirt with them but maybe they'll talk to me. Anyway my engagement ring is very nice and kinda big and I'm afraid of it getting lost or stolen. Would it be bad to take it off?
Is it wrong if you take off your engagement ring when you go clubbing?
What Guys Said 7
While you have a legit reason to be concerned, I would definitely discuss it with your fiance first, and make sure he understands your reasons and is comfortable with it. You accepted his ring, so you owe it to him to wear it unless you break the engagement off or if he is okay with you doing so.2
yeah it would be...if my girlfriend or soon to be wife did that I would assume she was going to try and hook up with someone, even if she said what you just said. that ring means your taken and spoken for. taking it off is just as good as saying "F*** you I'm gonna pole volt some dude tonight"0
I think you should probably ask your fiance what he thinks.1
These days a lot of happily married women don't wear wedding rings around. I suggest telling your fiancée that you are doing this, so he doesn't get the wrong impression.0
Also it's very unlikely to accidentally lose a ring which you're wearing so that's not really a good reason why to leave it at home.
What Girls Said 7
well I would see what he has to say about it. It should really be a problem if its on your finger...but things do happen.0
I think you should ask him how he feels but quite honestly there's certain times when it's not appropriate to wear flashy things. I've heard some really horrible stories about people getting their wedding rings stolen at parties, sometimes at gun point. If he still has a problem with it then he's obviously pretty selfish & doesn't care about you getting robbed just so you can "be faithful to him". I mean think about it, how did he know you were being faithful before the ring?1
As long as that is your real reason for wanting to take it off then no it is not bad.0
YEAH, ask your fiance and if you're afraid it will be lost, then don't drink.0
I suggest you ask your fiance how he feels about it.0
Maybe you could buy a cheapo band and wear it like a wedding ring. I understand where you're coming from, but I can see where this would freak out your fiance. Hopefully, you two are close enough that he trusts you, though. Seriously, the ring doesn't stop that many people who are going to cheat or cheat with someone, so it all comes down to trust, anyway. But the cheap band would prevent unwanted solicitation.0
If I had a finacee who would take off his engagement ring to go clubbing, I would be concerned because that would make me feel like he is trying to catch something on the side.1
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