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Thread: A perfect puzzle for all of you!

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    A perfect puzzle for all of you!

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    That's great!
    People who start projects and never finish them are cooler
    than people who never start projects at all.


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    You are so right-what a perfect puzzle!!

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    Can I add my thread snips!!! Someone used them to cut something thicker then thread and guess what.....

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    That's me!
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    I have this site bookmarked and do their puzzles from time to time. Love this one.

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    I don’t know how I did it because I am not a violent person but no one in my family dares to touch my scissors!
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

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    This picture was posted on Facebook last week....thought it was comical.

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    That's hilarious!!! The one thing my boys knew not to ever ever ever touch were my scissors. They valued their lives!!

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    Funny! Don't you just love Jigidi, I go there all the time, love their fabric and block puzzles.

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    Very funny. No one has ever used my fabric scissors. I keep very cheap scissors in handy places that can be used for anything.
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    I read an account of a woman who got even with the husband and son who used her fabric scissors. They lived a long way from any store that sold good ones. The husband and son had an appointment at a store about an hour away. The aggrieved woman called the store and warned them that these two sorry faces were going to show up. She had the most expensive scissors picked out, the husband was to pay for them and hurry home. He was shocked at how much this transgression cost him. I'm not telling it best. I wish someone else could find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Battle Axe View Post
    I read an account of a woman who got even with the husband and son who used her fabric scissors. They lived a long way from any store that sold good ones. The husband and son had an appointment at a store about an hour away. The aggrieved woman called the store and warned them that these two sorry faces were going to show up. She had the most expensive scissors picked out, the husband was to pay for them and hurry home. He was shocked at how much this transgression cost him. I'm not telling it best. I wish someone else could find it.
    Smart woman! Thanks for sharing the story.

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    Thanks, CH! That was fun...
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