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Re: Ring Scene
Well, your interpretation of the scene is how I see it too. I guess I didn't really articulate it the way I meant, and re-reading it now, the way it was written before is better than how I re-wrote it. So I just reverted that part of my edit.
The way I interpret the scene is, yeah, the women are attracted to him, whether it is because he's wearing the wedding ring or because they are genuinely attracted to him and would be attracted to him if he wasn't wearing the ring in the first place, it doesn't matter, because the fact that he is wearing the ring means that they won't pursue a relationship with him. Which, as you said, is another example of him ruining his own chances.