Rollin' with Nick Cannon: When Is It OK To Take Your Wedding Ring Off?

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Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

I’ve never been married before but even if I had been or still am, I wouldn’t tell you.

The most common reason for missing wedding appendages has almost everything to do with the owner of the ring taking it off for job related duties or to CHEAT!

With their wedding just airing days ago, why did Kris Humphries (Kim Kardashian’s husband) have to wipe his brow with relief because a do-gooder returned his misplaced ring?

Seems kinda suspect to me because there is no reason why he should have taken his ring off in the first place!

I’m not saying he was caught out there cheating and trying mess around, but you have to ask yourself why a guy that barely said I do would even take it off in such a setting that it would get lost and a perfect stranger would have to return it.

Alright, I get it, he supposedly took it off to go through a metal detector but then he somehow dropped it when trying to put it on?

Yeah right!

We brought it to you this morning to help decide whether or not it’s cool to even take the ring off.

Nick’s cool with it in situations where you need to, like when he’s boxing, but Sarah Lee thinks that it should never come off, period. I’ve seen some people married for years that have gained enough weight that their rings got tight and their fingers ended up looking like sausage links which is pretty gross!

Adjust your rings people!

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