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 Posted: Sat May 5th, 2012 03:58 am
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Something for the blue enthusiast.

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 Posted: Sat May 5th, 2012 04:40 am
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Goodie goodie - I was getting withdrawal symptoms.

Shame about the colour but I suppose one can't have everything ....................;-)



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 Posted: Sat May 5th, 2012 02:23 pm
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Hope you weren't suffering from the blues, Peter :lol:

Another good one, Bob, thanks.




I notice that the pieces can be rotated. Have you considered having them rotated out of the "box"? Or would that make it too hard? Not sure how many bottles of RW Peter has available per jigsaw!

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Not bad for someone with 4 broken ribs, a cut ear, bruised backside, lump on the back of the head........... Who put those stairs there? :sad:


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Yeah but you don't use your ribs or ear to do computer jigsaw puzzles and your backside barely comes into it! Come on, man, we expect better than that!!

:twisted:  ;-)

p.s. I sincerely hope your injuries heal quickly.



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I never realised until now how much a tumble down the stairs affects EVERYTHING you do, including jigsaws. And as for the painkillers, they're giving me that floaty head feeling, marvellous. I can highly recommend Naproxen and Tramadol. They're 100 times better than Cocodamol and Diclofenac :lol:

Come on then Bob, how about a midweek jigsaw for the temporarily disabled? ;-)

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Don't say I never do anything for the afflicted. Although you may not like it.




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What a pleasant surprise. Got in from a damp round of golf to find another puzzle. Great fun as usual.



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You were right Bob, I didn't like it :sad:


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I'm probably better off sticking to trains.



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You may not have liked it TF but you still beat me - 1hr 43 minutes ............:cry::cry::cry:



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