"I, ___, take thee, ___, to be my wedded wife / husband, to have and to hold for some days forward, for better not worse, for richer not poorer, in sickness and wealth, to share and to spend, until life does us part." *
* until someone better comes along / you've run out of money / I've got my greencard
To many, holy matrimony is not what it used to be. Marriage is now often used for monetary gain, obtaining access to a country or to improve family connections. Visualising the meaning of marriage in the modern day, the re-appropriated wedding ring is solid at room temperature but once put on melts from the wearer's finger in seconds, creating the perfect token of commitment for the modern day gold digger.