The Nerdiest Wedding Rings Ever



For his wedding, redditor joeythehobo had rings of Damascus steel inscribed as you see here. As you can see, the wedding went off without a hitch. Or with a "hitch," as it were. Link -via @johncfarrier

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Miss C is right....as always. : ) Rings in a wedding ceremony are exchanged...so I have my husband's ring and he has mine. Though they're styled appropriately. Makes for funny jokes sometimes when hubby say accidentally drops the ring he wears while taking it off (technically MY ring) and I can jokingly chastise him to "be careful with my ring." Of course, this teasing goes both ways.

Though I'm having a difficult time tracking down an article about this. It was explained by our priest before our wedding in the Orthodox church, which if you've never seen an Orthodox wedding, the rings are exchanged during the Betrothal at the start of the ceremony (though different churches do this differently)
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Either she's one big girl or they reversed the rings, Han said "I know" in response to Leia's "I love you"! (you can't count the Jedi version, cause just like with everything "Han shot FIRST!" (Empire!) Or is this George Lucas's Daughters Ring, as it would be just like him to "revise" things, eh ;)
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