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  1. L

    Word searches...

    I was SO good at these in high school. My dad gets the free bus papers, just for to do the crosswords.
  2. M

    It's been a morning of hilarity

    So, decided to do what zookeepers do and add something new in the form of enrichment. I placed cat treats in several empty tissue boxes and in a long paper bag. I covered a puzzle feeder with a cardboard tube as well. First cat, the big male went straight into the paper bag with no fear, ate...
  3. Let's ramble about twisty puzzles

    Let's ramble about twisty puzzles

    Okay. Time to talk a bit about hobby #2. This time, we enter the wild world of twisty puzzles. There's some crazy stuff in here, but let's start with the one that everyone knows, and in the process, I'll talk a bit about how I got into this. The original Rubik's Cube. Everyone knows...
  4. Daydreamer

    What's your slightly impressive skill/talent/ability?

    Sometimes there are small tricks or skills you can do/have that don't tend to come in handy all that much, but are still somewhat interesting. Well, this is a thread for such things. Personally, I would say that mine is the fact that I'm quite good at slider puzzles. The ones made out of...
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