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Don't most sinks have a part in the pipe where objects fall into and only water gets out of, designed exactly for this kind of scenario? Not all hope is lost, OP!

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#21 - Yeah it's called a P-Trap and they aren't hard to take apart. They're primarily made to hold sewage gases from coming out of your drain with a water barrier, but they also can hold objects that do not float.

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I'm sure if you go under the sink and look in the Watchamacallit you'll find it. Though sometimes these things Skittle down the drain further.

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BRLHP - I am having trouble discerning if you're trolling or just a disgusting cretin who doesn't wash his hands after using the restroom.

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Uhh I don't understand EITHER of you! The question is how did the ring fall down the toilet. Obviously, her hands should not normally be soapy and above the bathroom at the same time under normal circumstances... and THAT is where clumsiness comes in. Any more questions?

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The ring most likely isn't lost. It probably ended up in the trap (the "U" shaped pipe under the sink). A large wrench is all that's required to retrieve it. It's pretty simple to do.

In most houses it is really easy to get things from the drain, just unscrew the pipes under the sink and voila!

How do you stealthily remove anything from the toilet with a toothbrush? And of all the instruments available to you, you chose to put a TOOTHBRUSH in the toilet? You seriously need to reexamine your priorities.

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