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Thread: ONE WEEK OF PUZZLES

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    Senior Member Aunt Doggie's Avatar
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    You are HORRIBLE to post these!!! Just what I needed!
    ANOTHER vortex to be sucked into!!

    Seriously...
    This is GREAT!!! Thank you!

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    Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!! Just what I needed to unwind for the evening! Loved em!

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    you don't HAVE to do them all at once, you know. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    You do if you are addicted!!!!!! I have to quit now, still haven't done 3 of them but my fingers are numb!!!!

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    Butterflywing I sooo agree with Aunt Doggie! Just what I don't need another way to procrastinate but I absolutely love them!!! I had never done one with lizards before!!! LOL Such fun!! I am a puzzle freak especially jigsaws!!

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    have you done them yet? did you do the other batch?

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    I did the lion and the second one with the lizards then I followed the link and did a cat one using the euros shape. WOW what an experience! I loved it. I have done circle jigsaws in real life and the more pieces the better for me. I can't do them in real life any more because I don't have the room to lay one out and leave it til it is done. I do have a jigsaw game on one of my downloads but it is more simple stuff. I can use up to 500 pieces on it. It has trays you can use to seperate and spread out. I haven't played on it for awhile. My dad was always fascinated with games and especilly puzzles of all kinds. Ever done Chinese puzzles where they are metal shapes rings and such that are interchanged and you have to take them apart? My mom used to keep a bunch of those on the coffee table and my dad and I would challenge each other to solve them. We got the Rubics cube when it first came out and we had a race to see who could solve it first. I love these things.

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    :thumbup:

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