I am quite appalled that all you sad hooligans have nothing else to do with your time other than get jealous of the obscene amounts of wealth that we gentlemen have. And on the subject of rings - I think you will find that they are 90% of the time presents, and I must agree with that fine gentleman that they are a good bartering tool for times of trouble- incidently if you think our girls look like horses you should take a look at yours more often - the day I see an attractive one will be the day that I resign......
Enough said I believe - now go back to your own domains so we proper men can discuss shooting and fishing, and skiing in St Anton, where none of you commoners can afford....
LEADING FROM THE FRONT - WE CAN BE STRANGE, BUT BOY ARE WE BRAVE
Bugger! Now it becomes clear!
I went on a date with an infantry officer a while back...hard bastard up through the ranks type who wore a pinky ring and a bracelet
I thought it was weird that he wore it being such a hard man but naturally assumed he was bi sexual...20 years ago pinky rings were always used by guys advertising their queerness....I didn't agree to a second date.
Damn!!!..he was cute too
Wasn't IDS a member of the Privy Council as leader of H.M. opposition? I remember reading or seeing on T.V. that they sometimes wear signet rings too as a sort of badge of office, there was an idea that the rings would be used as keys to the prototype electronic "Red Box" that NuLab thought would be all "Cool Britannia" back when they got in.