Decisions decisions. Why waste all those years on education and therapy when you can just flip a coin? Why argue with your sweetie when you can just flip a coin? This could be so much more fun!
Current Coins Include:
Look / Leap Necklace - Look / Leap Coin Only
His Way / Her Way Necklace - His Way / Her Way Coin Only
Her Way / Her Way Necklace - Her Way / Her Way Coin Only
Work Out / Pig Out Necklace - Work Out / Pig Out Coin Only
Be Naughty / Be Nice Necklace - Be Naughty / Be Nice Coin Only
Gratitude / Entitlement Necklace - Gratitude / Entitlement Coin Only
Contact me for better pricing if you want extra coins to go with the necklace.
Click here for all Decision Coin Jewelry (There may be more posted after I post the list above)
Each coin the size of a US quarter ($.25) in sterling silver, and including the holder is approximately 1.5" X 1.2"
Coin necklaces contain three diamonds each, (one in the holder and one on each side of the coin)
Approx 7.5 pts G-VS color (white and sparkly)
Coins can be removed and exchanged. Other coins.
The coin alone makes a great gift for him!
This coin, Work Out or Pig Out, inspired this re-write of Shakespeare's Soliloquy from Hamlet.
"A Hamlet-ish Decision
To be (hot) or not to be (hot)—is that is the question?
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous cupcakes
Or to take arms against a sea of temptation
And by opposing, exercise. To gorge, to binge--
No more--and by a lunge, to say we end
The heart attack, and the thousand natural shocks
That flesh is heir to. 'Tis a consummation
Devoutly to be wished. To lift, to lunge--
To lunge--perchance to squat: ay, there's the rub,
For in that squat of depth what thighs may come
When we have shuffled off these saddle bags,
Must give applause. There's the blood pressure
That makes ability of so long life.
For who would bear the whips and scorns of time,
Th' belly fat, the proud man's muffin top
The pangs of despised blub, the flaw's decay,
The diabetes, and the spurns
That patient merit of th' pig-out takes,
When he himself might his healthiness make
With a small effort? Who would barbells bear,
To grunt and sweat building a stronger life,
But that the dread of summer at the beach,
The undiscovered six-pack, from whose burn
No lifter returns, struggles the sit-ups,
And makes us rather bear those sweats we have
Than flop to others that we want not of?
Thus results does make sexy of us all,
And thus the native hue of resolution
Is boosted o'er with tight butt in skinny jeans,
And enterprise of great pitch and movement
With this hard bod, their self-esteem is high,
And love the name of action. – Hard, you now,
The fair will feel ya! -- Nymph, in thy own eyes
Be all your goals, remember.
-----------(Who knew Shakespeare was writing for inspirational jewelry?)------------------