Recently, I went shopping with a close friend to catch up. A lot of items caught my eye during that afternoon of shopping, but there was one piece of jewelry that kept me thinking all day. My friend and I ventured into Charlotte Russe since they seemed to have some decent sales going on.
While we were waiting in line at the cash register, I saw a stretchy ring that had a word attached to it. It said “Taken” in all capital letters. I showed it to my friend, and we spent a minute talking and laughing about how silly it was to wear something like that. I didn’t think much of it after leaving the store. However, it was when I saw several other pieces of jewelry with the same word spread across it that I started to subtly obsess over it.
But what does this all mean — are we really these relationship-obsessed people? Has the “relationship status” on our social networking sites put a brand on our outward appearance?
Tell us what you think in the comments below!
Gina is a 22 year old college student in Maryland, majoring in Journalism and Psychology. She has a complete obsession with all things animal print and Taylor Swift. After graduation in 2013, she plans to pursue a career in writing about health, entertainment or psychology.
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