Mood Rings: Tell the Present, Not the Future!

I know what you are going to say, “Aren’t you a little old for a mood ring?” Why not at all, I say dear Watson! You are as old as you make yourself feel, so enjoy the little girl that hides inside you sometimes. So, where is all this going you ask? Well, it all started when I went on a trip to Mackinac Island with my boyfriend and we walked into a cute, quaint, little shop. We wanted to buy something that captured the “cuteness” of our relationship. Do we buy matching his and hers shirts or I’m with him, with an arrow pointing his way?

The answer was very clear when I saw the $2.50 mood ring rack hovering like a beacon of light in front of my knee caps. And there it was, glistening, gleaming, and being all moody at me. I just knew it was the perfect symbol of our love andaffection (oh and did I mention it was $2.50?). What is so cool about mood rings, is that they still stand the test of time, no matter what age. Even if you didn’t actually buy one, don’t you still feel the urge to pick it up, put it on, and see just how happy, mad, sad, or passionate you are feeling? Don’t lie, cause I know that each and every one of you has done this (even as an adult I bet) or is currently digging through your closet for it right now! So, I know you are wondering about what your emotions look in COLOR, aren’t you? Well, my friends, check out this handy dandy mood ring color chart to see just how you’re feeling (no doctor required for this analysis).

 So yes, even my man bought one and we are proud to wear ours together. On the left is the picture of this alleged wearing incident…

But I digress…

The one little fact that I forgot about these buggers is your green thumb (no not your gardening ability). I was lured by the $2.50 price tag, which made me forget that these rings do turn your fingers green. My index finger may be green, but my moods always a changin!

~ Nikki, Fashion Editor

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  2. Roxanne Escamilla says:

    I remember when you could buy mood rings out of a bubble gum machine. I always had one .

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    Suppose you’re a guy taking a particularly drop-dead gorgeous babe out on a first date and she invites you home afterwards. You can quite easily be simultaneously extremely romantic (violet), very, very, excited (yellow) and probably just about as nervous/anxious (grey) as it’s possible to be…in fact, if we’re being honest, it would be unusual to feel any other way. So what is the mood ring supposed to show? We have three simultaneous yet completely different emotions – all being felt at ‘off-scale’ adrenaline levels – and all clearly identified with different colors in the chart. What color is the ring in this situation? Violet with yellow stripes and grey polkadots?

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