Jan 19, 2009

Toe Rings

This is really cool.

I've always been fond of toe rings. I've always thought they were beautiful and added extra beauty to any female's feet. Even men that wear toe rings add extra beauty to their feet. While some people can pull them off and some people can't, they definitely are sexy on those who can.

So, while I was thinking about toe rings and feet fetishes (a topic which I have newly been dabbling in) I uncovered a little tidbit of information I never knew before that I thought would be fun to share.

Toe Rings

Toe RingIndian Names: Bichua, Bichia

Toe rings are traditional Indian jewelry that is worn in the toes by Indian women. Though usually married women wear toe rings, these days even young girls who are unmarried wear toe rings as fashion accessories. Popularly known as "Bichua", toe rings come in a variety of designs and styles. Toe rings are more or less similar to finger rings. The only difference is that toe rings have a little gap in order to allow the ring to easily slip over the toe.

These days toe rings come in a variety of designs, colors and shapes to cater to the changing tastes of women. A traditional toe ring is essentially made of silver and sometimes gold. These days, we find toe rings in copper, plastic and other different materials. Some are inlaid with beautiful gems and stones, while others are carved exquisitely. In plastic, one can find toe rings in a variety of colors and designs with bold and funky embellishments.

Toe rings make an ideal gift to be given to a newly wed bride. You can always choose a pair of toe rings in silver that have a cute little stone on it. You can also go for the ones that are beautifully designed and carved. You can also gift someone gold toe rings if your budget allows you to. Toe rings are now considered to be a very popular fashion accessory and many college going girls wear toe rings as funky jewelry. However, they have not lost their importance in the Indian tradition and will continue to be one of the main jewellery items for a bride.

Jan 17, 2009

Men and Women

Why is it so hard for relationships? What is it that makes relationships seem like they are often times impossible?

I am sick of immature men that think they don't have to listen to their better halves! Why don't guys understand that a relationship is 50-50. I would let you have your say... I don't mind. But whenever I ask you how you are feeling you never respond. I don't want to be a taker in relationships I want to be a giver. However sometimes the messages get misunderstood to seem as if I'm "nit-picking". Fuck that. I do my best 24-7-365 to make my life run as smoothly as possible. I go to school, my families, take care of my boyfriend, do the laundry, wash the dishes, attened to our kittie, remember to take a shower, change my cloths, do my makeup, impress my boss, get to work on time, fucking go to work, wake up, manage to get in bed on time... do I really need to continue? We work our asses off as humans to make our lives a little easier in the long run. (Which some may theorize is totally pointless cause you start working at 16 and retire at 65... where's the rest of your life?) But it seems that no matter what you do, you are always over looked and under appreciated. Especially by your partner. Why do relationships loose their heat? Why do people become bored with one another? And how can you manage to keep a marriage hot and happening for the next 30 years? Maybe the leading cause of divorce is just boredom. Maybe we all need to take a step back and realize that we have something good on our hands. Just because the relationship has souered in the present, dosen't mean it can't get back to the passion. It just takes a little time and a whole lot of self assesment.

Here's hoping that all the currently fucked up relationships turn out decent.

Jan 10, 2009


So the holidays have been overly stressful. For some reason I have found that this holiday has been a portal to an alternate dimension. From breakups, new friends, old friends, hookups and new babies I've been ungodly busy. Why are holidays always so busy? Shouldn't the holidays be a time of rest and relaxation? It seems like the only thing we worry about on the holidays is spending money and kissing asses. Next Christmas, I'm taking a vacation. A big vacation, away from all of the drama. Maybe I'll go to Cuba! Who knows, who cares... I'm getting the hell up out of here.