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Another Day, Another Wedding Ring Found With A Carrot Growing Around It

This is a shot of 84-year old Mary Grams' diamond wedding ring, which she lost while weeding her Alberta, Canada garden back in 2004 and covered it up by buying a similar ring and wearing it ever since. Thirteen years later and her daughter-in-law pulls it out of the ground attached to a vegetable, adding an additional full carat to the diamond's total weight (Wocka wocka wocka!).
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