China and France have very different opinions on how to take care of their wedding rings. China never seems to clean his; he dislikes the smell of the oils and the way it feels on his finger — as if someone had tried to take it away from him. He keeps his ring on his finger at all times, never taking it out and allowing the ring to fade and warp as time takes her course His ring is now a glazed-over silver with burnished rose gold highlights. Though, Yao does tend to toy with the gems using his sleeves, so the sapphire-diamond-ruby set into the ring shine like they had on his wedding.
France, on the other hand, will polish his ring at the slightest sign of disuse. His ring shines so brightly that it nearly blinds anyone who looks at it (Much the same way as they go deaf when they listen to him prattle on and on about the jewelry). Both his wedding and engagement rings consistently look like new, and sometimes he likes to pester China into having his professionally cleaned. China doesn’t mind so much; he knows France simply likes showing off how proud he is of their marriage, but he refuses nevertheless.
Regardless of who uses what method, neither of them take off the rings if they can help it. China almost literally, with no known exceptions to date, and France only if he’s polishing the ring (Which he does at China’s house, since he doesn’t exactly trust anyone else near the thing.)
Posted on Friday, 27 April
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