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THE WEARING OF THE CROSS CAN BE A CHICK MAGNET THE WRONG SYMBOL OF LOVE

THE WEARING OF THE CROSS IS A CHICK MAGNET THE WRONG SYMBOL OF LOVE

I saw the other day a 1/2 CT. T.W. Diamond Cross Pendant in 10K White Gold. Orig $1,199.00. Now $899.99. The other day I saw crosses 25% off. I even saw a sideways cross. A sideways cross necklace is the latest trend in religious jewelry that has hit the market and is getting popular like wildfire making this religious necklace more like a fashion statement! However, is this design just a funky adaptation to the traditional upright cross, or is there an actual meaning of the sideways cross?

What is the symbolism and meaning behind wearing a cross? Is it becoming a tool for the right of passage into societies hearts and minds or maybe for men it is a right of passage into a woman's pants. It has become the mood ring of the 70s with a faux purpose, not genuine; but fake.

Many wear a cross legitimately and others not so legit. But like a Mood ring that was first seen as an extremely popular fad in the late 1970s the idea behind it, as it is today with a cross, is simple: Wear it and it will reflect the state of your emotions but is it a reflection of a man's motive in getting a woman for marriage or getting her for lunch.

Nobody needs to know you are a Christian. It doesn't get you a job, or into a movie theater for free, or a free dinner, nor does it get you free gas for that car complimenting that cross. Let me get to the point. A man wearing a cross will let the cross do all of his backing and calling. It is called a Chick Magnet and he lets the cross state he is a good person but is he. The cross is used as an object which attracts the ladies like a pet monkey. All the ladies want to pet my monkey, named Oliver Clothesoff, everytime I take him to the park; Oliver is a Chick Magnet.

Black single Christian women anticipate the day that that knight with the bright and shining armoured cross is true to form, but he usually isn't and that cross is more worthless than the peace-sign symbol of the 60s at Woodstock.