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Re: Sven Ulreich

Postby OhioFan » Wed Jan 03, 2018 6:57 pm

Wedding ring on right hand is a custom of several central European countries, including Germany. My grandmother did as did my father in law, plus some of my friends from the old country.

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Right middle finger? It is this one, right?

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Yep.

[PS: why is Effenberg wearing his wedding ring (?) on his right hand?]
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Re: Sven Ulreich

Postby MUTU » Thu Jan 04, 2018 11:19 am

Found this post from last year:
SrLuisGuilherme wrote:why does he always get injured in Doha?

He did it again :lol:

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Re: Sven Ulreich

Postby MUTU » Thu Jan 04, 2018 11:21 am

Goalkeeper Sven Ulreich, who sprained the middle finger of his right hand yesterday, did complete most of the training session but did not take part in goalkeeping drills or the practice match at the end. The 29-year-old will return to full training when the swelling on his bruised finger has gone down. [source]
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Re: Sven Ulreich

Postby #12 » Thu Jan 04, 2018 2:33 pm

OhioFan wrote:Wedding ring on right hand is a custom of several central European countries, including Germany. My grandmother did as did my father in law, plus some of my friends from the old country.

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Right middle finger? It is this one, right?

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Yep.

[PS: why is Effenberg wearing his wedding ring (?) on his right hand?]
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Weird, cause I‘d wear it on the left one as well...
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Re: Sven Ulreich

Postby MUTU » Thu Jan 04, 2018 2:42 pm

#12 wrote:Weird, cause I‘d wear it on the left one as well...

I tried researching it. Apparently there was a scientific misconception whereby the finger between the middle finger and the small finger on the left hand was connected directly to the heart, that's why it was chosen as the wedding ring finger. However, it is not a universal thing.
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Re: Sven Ulreich

Postby Bayernbazi » Fri Jan 05, 2018 2:39 pm

MUTU wrote:
#12 wrote:Weird, cause I‘d wear it on the left one as well...

I tried researching it. Apparently there was a scientific misconception whereby the finger between the middle finger and the small finger on the left hand was connected directly to the heart, that's why it was chosen as the wedding ring finger. However, it is not a universal thing.


Could be that in Germany the use of a different hand depends on the region, on the left for predominant Catholic lands and right hand for Protestant ones. Effenberg is from Hamburg.


The wedding ring is worn on the ring finger of the right hand in some Orthodox and a small number of Catholic European countries, some Protestant Western European, as well as some Central and South American Catholic countries.[4] In Eastern Europe, these include: Bulgaria, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Russia, and Serbia. In Central or Western Europe, these include: Austria, Denmark, Greece, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Netherlands [if not Catholic], Norway, and (Catholic) Spain. In Central or South America, these include: Colombia, Cuba, Peru, Venezuela.
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Re: Sven Ulreich

Postby IsiahRashad » Fri Jan 05, 2018 3:55 pm

Sven Ulreich is back in full training.
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Re: Sven Ulreich

Postby OhioFan » Sat Jan 06, 2018 1:19 am

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OhioFan wrote:Wedding ring on right hand is a custom of several central European countries, including Germany. My grandmother did as did my father in law, plus some of my friends from the old country.



Weird, cause I‘d wear it on the left one as well...[/quote]

I think it is just Prussians who wear on the left. :wink:
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Re: Sven Ulreich

Postby RedQueen » Sat Jan 06, 2018 1:28 am

Bayernbazi wrote:
MUTU wrote:
#12 wrote:Weird, cause I‘d wear it on the left one as well...

I tried researching it. Apparently there was a scientific misconception whereby the finger between the middle finger and the small finger on the left hand was connected directly to the heart, that's why it was chosen as the wedding ring finger. However, it is not a universal thing.


Could be that in Germany the use of a different hand depends on the region, on the left for predominant Catholic lands and right hand for Protestant ones. Effenberg is from Hamburg.


The wedding ring is worn on the ring finger of the right hand in some Orthodox and a small number of Catholic European countries, some Protestant Western European, as well as some Central and South American Catholic countries.[4] In Eastern Europe, these include: Bulgaria, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Russia, and Serbia. In Central or Western Europe, these include: Austria, Denmark, Greece, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Netherlands [if not Catholic], Norway, and (Catholic) Spain. In Central or South America, these include: Colombia, Cuba, Peru, Venezuela.

The engagement ring is worn on the left hand. The ring switches to the right hand once the couple is married.
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Re: Sven Ulreich

Postby ramsej84 » Sat Jan 06, 2018 8:01 am

RedQueen wrote:
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MUTU wrote:[quote="#12"]Weird, cause I‘d wear it on the left one as well...

I tried researching it. Apparently there was a scientific misconception whereby the finger between the middle finger and the small finger on the left hand was connected directly to the heart, that's why it was chosen as the wedding ring finger. However, it is not a universal thing.


Could be that in Germany the use of a different hand depends on the region, on the left for predominant Catholic lands and right hand for Protestant ones. Effenberg is from Hamburg.


The wedding ring is worn on the ring finger of the right hand in some Orthodox and a small number of Catholic European countries, some Protestant Western European, as well as some Central and South American Catholic countries.[4] In Eastern Europe, these include: Bulgaria, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Russia, and Serbia. In Central or Western Europe, these include: Austria, Denmark, Greece, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Netherlands [if not Catholic], Norway, and (Catholic) Spain. In Central or South America, these include: Colombia, Cuba, Peru, Venezuela.

The engagement ring is worn on the left hand. The ring switches to the right hand once the couple is married.[/quote]Is it the case in both Roman Catholics and Protestants?
I always noticed that Germans wear it on the right ... English I am not sure (if they do wear it after all) here and italians maybe even all the other latin countries wear it on the left

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