If at first it won’t fit, try, try again. And if the puzzle piece still won’t fit, you can always try a hammer or saw.
It will fit if you cut it Wink
Good idea! I never thought of that!
Hide the scissors!
Too late! I’ve already got them!
Make it fit!! 🙂
I am, I am!! CUT, CUT, CUT!
Hmm… that puzzle looks difficult… maybe you need a break for some chocolate!
Now why didn’t I think of that!
If you stick your tongue out to the left and pull hard the piece might fit. Then you can eat all the chocolate.
I think I’ll just eat all the chocolate since it sounds like a lot more fun.
That’s the spirit. No surrender. If all else fells get some super glue.
Glue and a hammer.
It’s all about the power of positive thinking!
(and… um…. a bit of sandpaper might work if you can’t find the scissors, too…)
This is turning into a construction project.
Hahaha… LOTS of assembly required!
And possibly even a hardhat!
Yeah, why can’t puzzles come pre-assembled? It’d save a lot of work! Not to mention arguments!
This calls for a foreman!
I wanna be the foreman! I like telling people what to do! Not that anyone ever listens to me.
Ah Puzzles. I think we have all done that at least a couple times. I mean that piece you have should fit in that spot.
It should!! I’m wanting to borrow one of Binky’s rockets about now.
That’s how some people respond to life in general. 🙂
Indeed they do. That was the basis of the idea behind this one.
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. Maybe that doesn’t apply to Wombies….
So not only can’t I get the piece to fit, I’m insane too?
I adore jigsaws! I often take one on holiday with me
Maybe you could take me along next time. People often say that I’m a puzzle they can’t figure out.
Sounds like Winky needs a chocolate break, while Twink packs up the puzzle!!!!
No!! That puzzle piece has to fit here!
I can’t believe I just said no to chocolate.
Maybe I am going crazy.
This one had me giggling away
like a Skeleton on chocolate cake 🙂 lol
Nice One Binky
Thanks, Andro. I think that’s the way all skeletons should be.
The shape of the hole in the puzzle isn’t supposed to, uh, mean anything, is it?
No. It doesn’t look like anything to me.
Well, maybe a dragon’s head. . .
This reminds me of the politician’s approach to problems:
1) Keep offering the same solutions until a suitable problem comes up.
2) Keep repeating the same mantra until it becomes true (as it will, because even a broken clock is right twice per day)
3) Keep the lie consistemt until 20% of the people believe it.
You’re quite right. Though I do think that we all sometimes get stuck in a routine that goes nowhere.
Thats the spirit!
Where there’s a spirit, there’s a way!
Ha! I would of used a hammer also. Ha,ha,ha!
You can always use a hammer to make things right!
Is this an analogy for the way our Government tries to operate?
Everyone seems to have their own interpretation of it, but basically it was meant to be a reflection of human nature and how we can sometimes get caught in an endless loop like that.
Bwahahahahahaha. I can see the logic here…well sorta. Bwahahahahahahaha. I know a few people like that.
Have a terrific day. 🙂
I know some people like that, too.
Wait, that’s me!
It’s SO true!! Sometimes you swear the puzzle piece fits it’s just that the manufacturing machine cut the cardboard piece wrong, so ya’ keep trying. … Hahahahahahaa!!!!
Those puzzle manufacturers are trying to drive us insane! And they do it on purpose, too!
I think a scissors would do the trick.
Yeah, the chainsaw turned out to be overkill.
Now, THAT is Perseverance 🙂
But the puzzle piece still didn’t fit without some serious “help”!
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