It's not that big of a deal tbh. I've been wearing two rings (one on each ring finger) every day for probably 6-8 years. Granted some people have found it to be a bit weird that I wear two rings on each finger, one of which obviously occupies the traditional location of an engagement/wedding band. Spoiler: For those who are curious is to why I wear two rings Both were given to my grandfather when he was in the navy. Around the time before he passed away, my grandmother (and to an extent my grandfather, but his mind was fading quickly) wanted me to have them. He was one of the strongest people I've ever met (survived two heart attacks, a stroke, and around a week or two with his lungs gradually filling with fluid) and it was only after we told him that it was okay to go and that we would take care of my grandmother (his wife) did he die. This was after years of scary hospital trips, and with little to no medical explanation he survived more than most people would. So I decided that wearing those rings would be my way of keeping his memory alive, and to try to be a great person like he was (granted I failed at that more than a few times, but still). Those two rings mean more to me than most if not all of my possessions. It will be hard having to give up wearing one when I eventually get married one day. But no, after a while it actually feels normal to wear a ring(s). Whenever I don't wear them, or travel (generally don't bring them when traveling) my hands feel so weird and off. The only other time I don't is if I am playing games for an extended period of time because they can interfere slightly. I got used to it crazy fast though when I first started wearing them.