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Playing with jigsaws — 10 Comments

  1. Grandad,
    Totally off topic, as they say, but talk of jigsaws reminded me of an old one:
    Last night I got a call from a blonde lady friend. “I’ve got a problem,” she says.
    “That’s a surprise. What’s the problem?” I nervously asked.
    “I bought this really big jigsaw puzzle but all the pieces are blank!”
    “Blank? You check the other side? You did check the other side, right?” I giggle.
    “Of course I done did. You thunk I be stupid?” She shoots back.
    “Okay,” says I, “I’ll come over and have a look.”
    That I did and after the usual, “Hi. Hello. How ya doin’?” at the door stuff I asked, ”What’s the jigsaw of then?”
    ”A big cockerel.”
    ”Cool. Let’s be looking then. Haaay, you’ve spilled cornflakes all over the coffee table! Oh no, please, no…”

    • Heh!  On the subject – I have a 3,000 piece jigsaw where the picture is of Autumn trees [i.e. 99% nearly identical golden leaves].  Took me ages to complete and I hadn’t the heart to break it up.  It is carefully broken into about twelve slabs and is back in its box.  That was about twenty years ago and I haven’t the heart to throw it out.

      Anyone want a completed 3,000 piece jigsaw?

  2. You’ve not being doing computery-things very long have you? “Final”? “FINAL”?!?…..AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA!

    😛

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