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It's a good hiding place to stash small, jewelry sized boxes...
 

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It sure beats a cardboard box with a label that reads "Under No Circumstances, Do Not Open!"
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Excellent idea.
 

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I hid the one I bought for my wife back before she was my wife. I put it in the light bulb and hardware cabinet in the apartment. She never changed lights or did anything like that so it seemed like the perfect spot. Well.. that is until I hid her ring in there.
 

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I'm hiding mine amongst a few other envelopes of pending/completed jewelry jobs in my safe. So even when she overlooks me moving stuff around she'll think it's just another possible sizing job for someone and won't give it a second look.
 

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Good spot! :righton: I found that the hardest part for me was hiding the ring box on me the day I asked my fiancee to marry me. I asked her to marry me at the same spot that my father asked my mother. Luckily it was in December in NY and outside so I had a heavy coat on. Any idea where you are going to pop the question?
 

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jmorriss said:








Most expensive box of .45 ACP EVER.

EVER!
Sorry, but I don't think you'll be able to chamber that round. :mrgreen:

Good hiding place but never underestimate a woman's ability to sniff out a hiding spot.
 
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