Thursday, July 10, 2014

Off Topic

I got a 5,000 piece puzzle at a garage sale. No picture of the puzzle though on the box. I can't decide if I should try.

33 comments:

Renoblondee said...

Enty, you are not right today.

haydnhorse said...

At the very least,do the edges.

RivenIsAHasBeen said...
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The Real Dragon said...

He tried some of my waffles.

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Steampunk Jazz said...

Did you count the pieces? the lack of picture is one thing but pieces Missing? Nooooo

D Brown said...

Like you have anything better to do with your life.

rajahcat said...

so I see the Emmy noms really messed with your head Enty

MeanieRhysie said...

Not the blue ones, I hope?

(sorry, had to go there!)

trainrides said...

You should, Enty! I'll help you.

Steampunk Jazz said...

Riven, have you tried the 3 D puzzles?

MeanieRhysie said...

I say burn it.

Steampunk Jazz said...

Who relaxes over a puzzle, anyway?
Books, that's the ticket.

Violet said...

Think of it like a life metaphor. Have a crack and see where it takes you. No regrets.
So deep.

The Real Dragon said...

I think he did Meanie. I think he did

Freya said...

Why buy a 5000-piece puzzle and not know whether you will put it together or not? Ask your parents to help. That's something old people like to do. Or is that crossword puzzles? Can't remember. Oh, well. Do it anyway.

Gayeld said...

It's either that or clean your room in Mom's basement.

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Kno Won Uno said...

First, make absolutely certain you have all 5000 pieces.
I'll wait.

WareCat said...

u, Enterns are cray.

Sincerely,Your Friend said...

Puzzles are like crack, very addicting once you start.
And like PC's, they are "time" thieves.

So, yeah, you should do it. Hopefully you have a spare table.

Tina Mallette said...

Go for it it will be a great brain exercise who needs Luminosity

auntliddy said...

I have no patience for puzzles. And I highly doubt Enty was at a garage sake, i really do.

TinselSass said...

@Steampunk (Your name is one of my favorites!)... I'm a 3D puzzle virgin... Sounds fantastic though. Suggested makers / brands?

Rose Lizenberg said...

I used to love doing puzzles. The hardest one, by far, I worked on with my Grandma for a week or two. It was a picture of a white ceramic bowl filled with hard boiled eggs, sitting on a plain white table. It was torture!

fancyscreenname said...

i love puzzles. we had one on the coffe table a couple years ago and it was as if we were in possession of a dinosaur bone or something. people thought it was weird. they were confused. apparently they hadnt seen a puzzle since they were children.

BUT...5k pieces? Holy Cow! that quite the undertaking. AND no pic? ARE U INSANE ENTY PERSON?

AngelBear said...

Invite us to visit you in California and we will help you!

Jason Blue Eyes said...

Yes, you totally should buy it. I'll bet once it's pieced together it'll look awesome.

Kat has left the building said...

Omfg I know you're joking Enty but I can't stop laughing!!!

NaughtyNurse said...

uh. no.

Jennmcn said...

It sounds like lots of cocktails are in order. That and a hammer to make the odd pieces fit. Enjoy!

Cee Kay said...

I hate puzzles. My brain just does not work that way.

Prunella Buggerweeds said...

One question for ya Enty. Was the puzzle box unsealed? If so, you may not know until you've done 99.98% of the work that the box only has, say, 4,999 pieces in it.

But yeah, go for it! Let us know how it went.

Hope it's not a huge photo of the Kartrashians or something!

:-)