Really Awfully Intricate Puzzles


Intricate

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For the latest Weekly Photo Challenge – Intricate– choose your favourite ending:

Such puzzles can give pain

And drive us quite insane,

But when all the bits

One fits or unfits,

(a) One likes to try again.
(b) One feels there is a gain.
(c) It does unboil the brain.
(d) It will remove the bane.
(e) One’s better, in the main.
(f) Hail, the relief from strain!
(g) The joy one can’t contain.
(h) Those failing earn disdain.
(i)  One’s thought has caught the train.
(j)  A high, one will attain.

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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15 Responses to Really Awfully Intricate Puzzles

  1. Grannymar says:

    The large puzzle would soon be in my bin, but i have a great puzzle made from colourful door handles and another that requires two men’s ties and two humans!

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  2. bulldog says:

    a.. and ..j… I love these things…

    Like

  3. Pussycat44 says:

    Once upon a time I knew how to unlock the rings!

    Like

  4. I’m hopeless at these puzzles, and if I accidentally manage to get it right, I have no idea why. 🙂

    Like

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