I tend to ride on the "corners" of my drop bars a lot, and I have a habit of letting the front part of the curve fall between my middle and ring finger (sort of like the Vulcan salute). Probably not too good for your hands, except I'm set up well enough that I don't rest a lot of weight on my hands.
Anyway, I've gotten a big callus on the side of my ring finger, just above the wedding ring that makes it almost impossible to remove the ring. So I'm stuck with it. No more slipping it off while mowing the lawn to remove the visible tan lines. No more hanging around singles bars looking for a quick score. No more flinging it in the spouse's general direction during an argument.
Not that I ever did any of those things before, but hey, a guy's allowed an occasional fantasy.
Sorry for the bad sketches...drawing with a mouse isn't the best.
Anyone else find that riding helps keep them on the straight and narrow?