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  • Shelley M

    ring toss - fond childhood memories of playing with one of these at my Gramma's house when we would go and visit. Would love to get one now for my kids.

  • Sandi Currie

    Waterful Ring Toss, at Mamaw's we played with the basketball water game :) @Megan Currie, @Amy Currie, @Terri Steed

  • Jan

    Do you remember this? Waterful Ring Toss I used to play this alot before video games

  • Barbara Chang

    Waterful Ring Toss. Two of my kids had this toy when they were young. I even liked to play with it. It was fun. It was filled with water. You pressed the white button, making the rings float up. Object of the game was to make the rings stack onto two vertical spindles.

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