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  • 7 months later...

We have pulled all kinds of stuff out of blowmolds such as the usual sand, gravel, rocks, bricks,the latest was rail road spikes.

At least the railroad spikes are useful!

TED

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What have you found inside a blow mold?

I bought a pumpkin from an eBay seller. It was mailed wrapped in a layer of very thin bubble wrap with brown paper over that (no box). :mad: There was a HUGE dent in it. I thought that the plastic was broken because there was something loose inside it. It sounded like maybe there were loose pieces of plastic inside. It turns out that it was not plastic but the LIGHT KIT! The seller had put the C7 cordset LOOSE INSIDE the pumpkin! Oh, and don't assume that there was a hole in the bottom. No, no...She apparently stuffed it through the hole for the light! Amazingly the C7 bulb was not broken!

Another genius eBay seller sent a derby snowman in a HUGE box. The box was big enough for TWO derby snowmen! (I'm serious. I mean this literally. I took another derby snowman and was able to put it in the box too! It was really big enough for 2 snowmen!) The box was also full of foam peanuts. The doofus, oops I mean genius, even put peanuts INSIDE the snowman!

So there you have it. A C7 cordset and foam peanuts are the two weirdest things I've found inside of a blowmold.

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One January, I lost my wedding ring. I figured it happened at some point while taking in the Christmas decorations. I scoured the yard, rented a metal detector for two days, and later a couple of very nice neighbors brought metal detectors over and searched the front and back yard for almost a week. But we didn
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Inside a GF snowman I found two plastic coated 2-pound dumbbells. I removed them, and now use them when I walk on the treadmill. I've also got a pair of Empire candles that each have about a foot of what appears to be plaster of Paris (or drywall mud) in them. It doesn't hurt the appearance so I left it be.

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i found the usual items sand, gravel,concrete,sticks, old bolts,nails,but my favorite, golf balls lots of golf balls, a drummer boy filled to his waist.

FORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ted

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