(Updated 24 Jun 07)


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Wedding Ring Coffin
(Site suggested by tainsam@aol.com)

If you think about it, all wedding rings originally come in cases resembling coffins. Doesn't this tell you something? (WJKbase@aol.com)

A perfect way to spend your alimony! (stan@squidworks.com)

If your fingers are sooo fat you need a 6 1/4" x 2 1/4" box to fit your ring I have a good guess why the marriage soured. (odinsonthewise@yahoo.com)

Soooo, if I say that Elizabeth Taylor is my 'Best Friend Forever', do I get a really great discount? (blue_goddess57@yahoo.com)

Sorry, I prefer cremation for mine... (Airfarcewon@aol.com; tygrkhat40@yahoo.com)

I see they made it long enough for your ex-spouse's finger as well...should they be reluctant to give up the ring. (jnmcda0@yahoo.com; rod.renner@juno.com) Well, I'm sure it won't be the first time they've given you the finger.

Buy one get one free (for the second divorce). (timamod@aol.com) "Awww honey, that's so thoughtful...hey, wait a damn minute!"

Hey dudes, I bought one to keep my weed in. (davidgotribe@aol.com) That was stupid...you could have spent the money on...well...more weed, duh!

If you lost it we can furnish you with a dead ringer! (maxcel200@aol.com)

I find that product offensive.......OK, she's gone, do they take VISA? (Truckerex@insightbb.com)

And until the marriage dies, the newlywed bride can use it to store your balls in. You won't be needing them anyway. (Truckerex@insightbb.com; joseph-blevins@sbcglobal.net)

"You may now kiss-off the bride." (maxcel200@aol.com)

Funny, your ring will be laid to rest. But in your marriage you never got laid and never had any rest. (maxcel200@aol.com)

But these two romanticists here remind us to remember to be sentimental...

What a waste: You can't hock it if you bury it! (rod.renner@juno.com; irochford@optusnet.com.au)