The curse of the ring

Nationality: American, Indian

Primary Language: English

Other language(s): Spanish 

Age: 20

Occupation: Student

Residence: California

Performance Date: 4-20-18


What it is: “You cannot wear a ring on your wedding finger before you are engaged. If you do it will rain on your wedding day.”

Why they know it:  Her grandmother told her this one day and it has stuck with her ever since.

When is it said: Pretty much whenever someone has a ring on their ring finger, especially when it’s a friend or damily member.

Where did it come from: India

Why its said: This is used as a warning as no one wants rain on their wedding day.

Thoughts: This is something I have heard before; however, with a variation. I have been told that if you were a ring on your wedding finger you will have seven years of bad relationships. Either way, some type of bad luck will occur to those who wear rings on their wedding finger when not engaged or married.