Discuss what do you think of grown men who wear class rings... at the Off Topic forum - Other Topics. Originally Posted by Blistering Winds
Now, if you have a 30+ yr old wearing a ...
Originally Posted by Blistering Winds
Yeah really!!! Hahahahahahaha!!
The cry of a newborn baby
The laughter of a child
Every day that I am given
Every breath I take...
That's how I know.
Now something like that I could wear, but I always feel like I am yelling or saying, look at me and what I have done, and how much I am worth, and where I put my importance....
Originally Posted by ches
guess that's just me.
I like meaningful jewelry that is tasteful and blends.
I don't even wear a watch. Shows you how much I pay attention to 'jewelry'.
I'm torn on this. I can see a Proffessor wearing a college ring especially if it's for the college that he/she teaches at. Or like Ches says for a profession.
But otherwise I don't know...
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Originally Posted by whoahorse
I think it is the size that bothers me.
Originally Posted by Fallon
If it is smaller and the stone isn't like the size of a gumball, it wouldn't matter, but the huge rings, seem to be too gaudy, like when a woman wears a half pound of jewelry on all five fingers.
I think grown men who wear their HS rings are still wishing they were in HS...and that's sad.
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I wear my college ring because I didn't earn it until I was 33. I paid for it and worked for the degree myself.
I have alot of friends that wear thier college rings and I think it is a show of pride. I mean if degrees were easy to get everyone would have one right?
I usually assume it is a college ring if I see an older man wearing it. I think they are proud of what they have achieved like me.
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My dad wears his college ring. I don't think anything negative about it...he worked hard, loved his school, and went on to be successful in the military later in life. He still affiliates himself with his school, and generally wears his ring.
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Originally Posted by kellidahorsegirl
it is a professional fraternity that opened up to both men and women.
Nothing like seeing nature from the back of a horse!
I'm 67 years old and wear my college ring with a great deal of pride. I worked 6 hours a day during the week and 12 hours on Saturday as a butcher at the A & P and went to college. It took a lot out of my social life when many of my friends were getting their way paid by their parents and were having a ball.
Originally Posted by Jennie'sPassion
I graduated from Auburn University. The State of Alabama is divided in 2 groups, Auburn U. and the University of Alabama fans. Bear Bryant coached at U of A and a lot of the fans of U of A still think Bear and Elvis are still alive. We have beat U of A for the past 5 years and enjoy not having to listen to "Roll TIde." The U of A has hired Lou Saban as coach now so things are subject to change. I still bleed orange and blue and yell "War Eagle" every chance I get.
By wearing my college ring maybe I am bragging. If someone takes it that way so what? I once owned a black and white spotted registered TWH and I brag about that still. Don't tell me that you don't display something you are proud of. What about the tag on the front of your truck or the picture on the back of your horse trailer?
Having a college degree is something I have always been proud of. It has open doors for me that would otherwise been closed. I don't flaunt it but I wear it.
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