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    Question silicone charity wristbands

    Just curious,
    I was given a silicone wristband in remembrance of a friend who lost his battle with cancer. Its not a charity or anything, just a slogan to remember the way he lived battling for 8 + years and still surfing and snowboarding every chance he got. Just wondering what wrist anyone here would wear one on since I wear my watches on my left.
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    Re: silicone charity wristbands

    No, but I have been known to wear other silicone like a jelly donut :)
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    Re: silicone charity wristbands

    They were OK when they were new and a fun idea, now there's one for just about everything, I think it called overkill!
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    Re: silicone charity wristbands

    I've had one on my right wrist for about two years now. Doesn't come off for anything and won't until it snaps or I leave this earth. Its on for a similar reason as you OP. I'm a righty. Watches on the left, band on the right.

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    Re: silicone charity wristbands

    I wear a paracord bracelet in remembrance of colleagues who died in the line of duty on my right wrist.


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    Re: silicone charity wristbands

    I wore one from March 2010 until January 2013 for ovarian cancer, one of my colleagues mother passed from it. I only took it off because we had family pics and I lost it. If you believe in the cause, then rock that bracelet I say

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    H4H here...
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    Re: silicone charity wristbands

    The idea of the charity bracelet is that the money goes towards that cause, so wearing it reminds others to support it... so my question is, what bracelet do I wear to inform people about the hypocrisy of the government, drone strikes, Monsanto, the need for relief wells on drilling, oh I've got it, what's the bracelet for reminding people to get back to basics, to embrace nature, be embraced by it, and to live life fully, with love, and light, for all beings, compassionately, creatively, and hopeful?

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    Re: silicone charity wristbands

    Right wrist? I also wear watches on my left one, so naturally right wrist is where bracelets go. I don't have them for anything special, either a home made scarab one with a stone scarab that aunt brought from Egypt. Or a plain jewelry black decorative rope wrapped several times around my wrist. It's very plain and doesn't stand out too much, but it's something little decorative around my wrist.

    Is there anything wrong by wearing bracelets on the right wrist? I mean, since you're asking about which wrist you shoudl wear that bracelet on?
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    Re: silicone charity wristbands

    Quote Originally Posted by Kittysafe View Post
    The idea of the charity bracelet is that the money goes towards that cause, so wearing it reminds others to support it... so my question is, what bracelet do I wear to inform people about the hypocrisy of the government, drone strikes, Monsanto, the need for relief wells on drilling, oh I've got it, what's the bracelet for reminding people to get back to basics, to embrace nature, be embraced by it, and to live life fully, with love, and light, for all beings, compassionately, creatively, and hopeful?
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