Please ladies only...

@howard96h (11659)
New York, New York
February 8, 2007 1:31am CST
what kind of jewelry, if any, do you like your man/partner to wear?
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@tad1fan (3373)
• Canada
13 Feb 07
None!I don't like jewelry at all!
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@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
13 Feb 07
Thanks for responding.
@tad1fan (3373)
• Canada
13 Feb 07
You're quite welcome
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@imadriscoll (2230)
• United States
26 Feb 07
I like my husband to wear his wedding ring (which he always does!) and a nice watch when we go out. Otherwise, I wouldn't want him to wear anything else. I think he would look kinda silly with piercings or big gold chains. It just wouldn't be him.
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@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
26 Feb 07
Everyone has a different look and not everyone can wear lots of jewelry. Thanks for your reply.
@tsgirl01 (900)
• United States
25 Feb 07
I think that a man looks good with a ring. It just looks nice on his finger. I don't know how to describe my preference but I love the look of a ring on my partner's finger. Thanks for a good question.
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@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
25 Feb 07
Thank you for your response.
@chocobaby (679)
• Philippines
20 Feb 07
i prefer him to wear simple, a nice, elegant watch and the wedding ring. a necklace of a simple chain with a religious/historical pendant would be ok but not necessary.
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@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
20 Feb 07
Sounds nice, plain and simple. Thanks for your reply.
@urbangirl (1461)
• Australia
14 Feb 07
My man wears jewellery but not too much at the same time, and it does suit his personality. I bought him a combination leather/silver bracelet which he wears and it looks kind of cool. He also wears necklaces sometimes - usually a pendant on a leather strap and he also has a shark's tooth pendant.
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@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
14 Feb 07
Sounds like he has some nice modern up to date pieces of jewelry. Thanks for responding.
@Pekachu (1114)
• United States
14 Feb 07
i dont have a man or partner but if i did i think a nice watch and a ring would be nice for him to wear i like an earring sometimes too. what do you like ?
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@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
14 Feb 07
I wear one ring and one chain with a Religious medal on it, that's it. I do like one earing but that is when I was younger. I feel that I am too old to wear it anymore.
@mindz_me (179)
• Philippines
14 Feb 07
just a wrist watch and a bracelet. Being simple is good looking..=)
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@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
14 Feb 07
Thanks for your reply.
@lani0529 (1726)
• Philippines
14 Feb 07
A nice watch is just enough for me.(",)But, if he wants to wear a bracelet or necklace its also fine with you, but no earrings, please.(",)
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@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
14 Feb 07
Ok no earingss LOL. Thanks for rsponding.
@rx4life (1933)
• United States
13 Feb 07
It differs man to man in my opinion..but usually I would like a nice bracelet, substantial but not over the top...more subtle..my son has a beautiful white gold chunky one with an interesting link that everyone comments on...I also love rings in white gold/silver worn on a thumb or index finger.. and if a necklace is worn, I prefer a simple one...not the multi-layered over sized bling look!! Wow I sound pretty picky , huh?...
@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
13 Feb 07
Not at all, everyone has their own taste, that what makes us all different and unique. Now you have me curious about the interesting link on your sons piece of jewelry. Hmmmm wonder what it could be. Thanks.
@Inklings (1257)
• United States
13 Feb 07
I don't like a lot of jewelry on men. Actually, I don't like the look of too much jewelry on women, either. A few simple or meaningful pieces looks nice, but too much looks, well, like too much!
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@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
13 Feb 07
Do you think it takes away from what the person is wearing? Thanks for your reply. :)
@mimatexas (1835)
• United States
8 Feb 07
I would like him to wear a gold chain and a watch.
@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
8 Feb 07
This sounds nice, does this mean he doesn't wear anything? + :)
@blueskies (1186)
• United States
8 Feb 07
My husband wears a gold chain around his neck, a gold and onyx ring, a watch, and his wedding band. That amount of jewelry suits him, as he is very conservative. My stepson (26) wears a couple of chains around his neck, a watch, and large-gauge earrings in each ear. He used to have other facial peircings, but had to remove them for his job. His jewelry suits his personality, as well. I think jewelry is such an individual thing.
@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
8 Feb 07
I agree, jewelry is an individual thing. Thanks for your reply. +
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@Fishmomma (11504)
• United States
8 Feb 07
I like my man to wear what he feels comfortable wearing, so its his decision whether to wear any jewelry. He has a wedding band, but prefers not to wear it, so it is in the jewelry case with lots of cuff links.
@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
8 Feb 07
A lot of guys are comfortable not wearing anything. Like you said, it's his choice. Thanks for your comments. +
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• United States
8 Feb 07
I like simple jewelry on a man. Maybe a nice manly ring, sometimes a thick chain but not too much and maybe a watch. I hate men who have tons of bling on and think they look cool. YUCK.
@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
8 Feb 07
As long as they don't over do it. Thanks for your reply. +
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@brendalee (6083)
• United States
8 Feb 07
My boyfriend doesn't wear jewelry anymore but he used to have an earring and a knecklace with an eagle on it. I don't know why he stopped wearing them. I liked it so it wasn't anything I said. I believe that it is up to the guy to wear what he wants. I will be happy with whatever makes him happy.
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@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
8 Feb 07
That's nice. Maybe he just got tired of it. Thanks for your reply. +
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@anjoks (2084)
• Philippines
8 Feb 07
Just our wedding ring. ^_^
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@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
8 Feb 07
Nothing more - huh. Thanks for responding. +
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@harihara (16)
• India
8 Feb 07
what u think about u are marriage life? what u are think about u are dream life?
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• United States
19 Aug 08
I like my to have a earring and watch,and a cross i like while gold or silver.But that is my preference,i think it make a real look really sexy to have a earring but i hang with some strange people.
@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
19 Aug 08
You only like one earring, not a set?
• United States
19 Aug 08
Well it really does not matter my sons have them in both ears.But i just like men who wear a earring,it makes them sexy.
@KrauseHome (35275)
• United States
25 Aug 08
For me, it would have to be a watch. I know that for most women it would be their wedding rings so they would know they are keeping Faithful, but for me I know too many who have cheated even with rings on. My husband owns a really nice Dressier watch that I bought him for his birthday. When he wears that, I feel he knows he is wearing a token of appreciation for him and his love.
@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
26 Aug 08
Ahhhh that is so nice and I'll bet he feels good wearing it too.
@Jenaisle (3803)
• Philippines
10 Aug 08
I would like him to wear a necklace or a bracelet, but neve an a jewelry in the ear , no matter where it is placed. It makes him appear feminine to me. This is my personal opinion. Better, no jewelry at all.
@howard96h (11659)
• New York, New York
10 Aug 08
Oh so you don't like an earring on a guy. Many men use it in both ears, you don't even like it in one ear?