I have a mood ring, perhaps the same one as pictured above. I know at least 7 other women who also have a mood ring because I gave it to them. Ladies, if you’re reading this post, I hope you know where your rings are. There’s a great deal of significance in this dime-store ring—it’s a conversation starter, it’s entertainment, it’s taking your pulse at any given moment with the option of not taking it seriously. It’s a symbol of friendship and a metaphor for my bohemian side. Consider a mood ring next time you’re on ebay or etsy or wherever you go to shop. Cheap and delicious—kind of what I aspire to be.
Text below is from bestmoodrings. I’m not divulging what color my ring has been sporting as of late.
Here are some of the most common mood ring color chart meanings and the associated emotions. The most common color for a mood ring to turn is between green and blue.
Fear, Nothing, Angst, Serious, Overworked, Stormy, Depressed, Intense
Anxious, Cool, Cautious, Distracted, Mellow, So-So
Stressed, Nervous, Mixed, Confused, Upset, Challenged, Indignant
Mixed Emotions, Restless, Irritated, Distressed, Worried, Hopeful
Normal, Alert, No Great Stress, Sensitive, Jealous, Envious, Guarded
Upbeat, Pleased, Somewhat Relaxed, Motivated, Flirtatious
Normal, Optimistic, Accepting, Calm, Peaceful, Pleasant
Deeply Relaxed, Happy, Lovestruck, Bliss, Giving
Love, Romance, Amorous, Heat, Mischievous, Moody, Dreamer, Sensual
Very Happy, Warm, Affectionate, Loving, Infatuated, Curious
photo credit: hippieshop.com