Similar to the female wedding band, but contrary to popular belief, the male wedding band is actually placed around the males nuts after sex on their wedding night.
Matt cant go out with us tonight because he has a wedding band now and his brain is affected.
The white line left around the ring finger when the wedding band is removed. Magically appears as a white skin ring when a married person is trying to disguise themselves as single.
"Yeah, I knew the bastard was married when I spotted the cheater's band"
Another word for wedding ring. Showing how being married is puts you in a veritable stranglehold.
Indicated that you are in something that you can't get out of, and is killing you.
Man, I met the hottest chick last night! If it weren't for this damn wedding noose, I'd have fucked her sideways!!
Kellie may be wearing a wedding noose, but I ass blasted her last night like the slut she always was!
Kellie's husband thinks a wedding noose is gonna keep her from fucking every guy at the bar! What an idiot!
|4.||The Dan Band|
The Dan Band is best well known as the wedding band from the movie Old School, in which they performed a profane arrangement of Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart” (they also performed the song "Lady"), and as the Bat Mitzvah band performing a sultry, seductive, and maybe pedophilic version of George Benson’s “I feel like making love” in the movie Starsky & Hutch.
The lead singer of the band is Dan Finnerty and he is originally from Bath, New York.
The band’s first LP was released in April, 2005 on Side One Dummy Records and is a live recording of one of their many sold out shows.
The Dan Band constantly tours the country and you should see them live, join their mailing list, and check out their website.
The wedding band worn by a married couple, saying that the ring is a restrictive device (similar to handcuffs).
Mark used to party, but he's got a finger cuff now.
A riff of the term "golden shackle" meaning a wedding band, usually but not exclusively when worn by a man.
To "shackle cruise" is to search a person's ring finger to see if they are either wearing a wedding band, or have the tell-tale impression on their finger that a wedding band is supposed to be there.
Can be done by a woman or man.
"See that hot guy at the bar buying everybody drinks? He's really hot!"
"Yeah, I just shackle cruised him when I went to the bathroom. Let's put it this way, there's going to be a very pissed off wife when that credit card statement comes in."
"Wow, that guy on the weight bench over there is HOT. Wonder if he's gay?"
"I just shackle cruised him and unless he's from a very progressive state, you're out of luck on this one."
A "golden shackle" is a wedding band, usually when worn by a man (as women's bands tend to have stones where men's are most often plain metal).
Can be used no matter if a ring in question is gold or not.
Related to the phrase shackle cruising.
"Oh my God! I had the biggest crush on him in high school! Better see if he's got the golden shackle."
"You better enjoy the strippers and hoes at your bachelor party tonight, because once I put the golden shackle on you, that ass is mine!"