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Singles check ring-finger before making move

London, July 16 : Most single people check a person's ring-finger before making a move and get the conversation rolling, reveals a study.


Online dating site Match.com, which conducted the study, has found that three quarters of British respondents admitted that they look out for a wedding ring when they meet someone on a night out, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

Four in ten said they will look for a wedding ring even before they start talking to someone.

If we go by percentage, women were more likely to look for a ring than men. As many as 81 percent of the women respondents said they would check the ring-finger, while 70 percent of men admitted to the habit.

--IANS (Posted on 16-07-2013)

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