This is part 1 of 5 Saturday installments leading up to Christmas weekend:
Holiday Wish List for the Men Who Love Bacchus!
This is often the first choice for a man who wants to wear a “statement” ring.
Pinky rings have a couple of advantages. First, they don’t have religious or cultural associations in most cultures (unlike the ring finger), though family crests are often worn on the pinky finger. And although there is a Hollywood connection between organized crime and an affinity for little finger rings, there isn’t substantial evidence to prove that wearing a ring on this finger means you’re a mafioso. The second advantage of pinky rings is that, like rings on the fourth finger, they don’t touch or interfere with the heavily-used index/pointer finger at all.
Read this article for opinions about good guys and bad guys and pinky rings.
Wearing a ring on your pinky finger also isolates it from your body a bit, making it more of an eye-popping statement. As a result, pinky rings tend to be among the “busiest” or flashiest of designs. It’s where you wear things when you want attention paid to them. If you want less of that attention, wear a relatively slim ring with a subdued tone.
People who like astrological or palmistry-related symbolism will associate the little finger with Mercury, and the qualities of intelligence, discernment, and persuasion. More specifically, a pinky ring worn on the active hand is associated with intellect, along with an excellent ability to express yourself. Worn on the passive hand, it shows a strong intuition and great listening skills.
Is he worthy of a pinky ring? #blessed
So, like Bruno sings, "Players only, come on. Put your pinky rings up to the moon." Or elsewhere.... :-)
Come to Bacchus today for sexy Saturday. Wear a pinky ring or not! We've got delicious cocktails and food and handsome bartenders and staff ready to grant your wishes. :-) Tonight, DJ Takai takes to the tables and spins the room right round - there'll be magic in the air! Join us. Never a cover. Always fun!