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Old 08-31-2019, 10:20 PM
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Default Two rings (one smaller than I ever imagined) and a wheatie...and clad

Went out today with my buddy Tom, and found about a buck fifty in clad, and two rings.

Both are "junk" rings, but they count towards the frosty count (my friend and I have a deal. Any rings we find we go to Wendy's and get a frosty)



But one is TINY...as in for a baby. Picture is next to a dime.


I've never found one this small.
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Old 09-01-2019, 01:27 AM
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Congrats on the Tinys ! I wonder how many Babies swallow those tiny rings each year ?
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Old 09-01-2019, 07:37 AM
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Could it be a toe ring? Looks a bit elaborate for a baby.

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Old 09-01-2019, 10:32 AM
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Congrats on the Tinys ! I wonder how many Babies swallow those tiny rings each year ?


That was my thought as well. If it's loose enough to fall off, it could easily be swallowed. IF it's too tight, it would cut off circulation. Baby rings are silly IMHO

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Could it be a toe ring? Looks a bit elaborate for a baby.

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I think it's too small for a toe even, except for maybe a baby toe

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Cool rings nonetheless, congrats!

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Originally Posted by pryan67 View post
That was my thought as well. If it's loose enough to fall off, it could easily be swallowed. IF it's too tight, it would cut off circulation. Baby rings are silly IMHO







I think it's too small for a toe even, except for maybe a baby toe
I don't know a young girl's toe isn't very big.

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