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    Anyone see this yet?
    The World?s Hardest Jigsaw Puzzles | Games Blog - Yahoo! Games

  • #2
    Interesting, but for the life of me I don't understand the phun of making a puzzle that's so hard to put together that a family can't assemble it in one or two evenings. There must be some kind of sadistic satisfaction in knowing that people will be exceedingly frustrated and perhaps quit trying to do what a puzzle was intended for.

    Thanks for showing it...... Carter


    • #3
      I think some folks do these types of puzzles just for the over the top challege, and good for them. It's neat that there are people like that out there.

      For me, the regular puzzles are challege enough and even those can frustrate me. For the cheap cardboard puzzles, we glue them together, frame them and hang them up, and that is our reward. Can you imagine framing that cat picture or the silver puzzle and hanging them up? Not me!
      "Ever Striving, Never Arriving"


      • #4
        I've had my eye on that puzzle for a couple years. I like the challenge of the "hardest" anything I enjoy doing. If it wasn't for the price I would have already bought it.


        • #5
          I never liked doing jigsaw puzzles, but my son loves them - the harder the better. We used to have one on the dining table for weeks and everyone who came to the house was encouraged to put a couple of pieces in. Luckily, we tend to eat in the kitchen.

          I do, however enjoy making puzzles and have made a few for him and the family - and bought him a carrier, so that he can put them away when he needs the space.



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