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Things We Saw Today: Take Down a Miniature Tokyo With This Godzilla Ring

Things We Saw Today

Unfortunately this ring by Etsy seller UrbanHunting has already been snapped up by some Godzilla fan with good taste in jewelry and $500 to spare. You’re safe this time, Tokyo. This time. (via Fashionably Geek)

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