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Menopuzzling; Mondayitis

Skipping a week of the menoculayshunal series... it's forthy minutes to midnight publish time and after four days of clean and tidy, the old thinking cap needs a day off! That's it in a ...shell...

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  1. Tough puzzle. I need to get my mouse. This clicking and dragging with my finger is torture:)

    Take some time off and relax.

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  2. That's cheating - they've all got straight edges so Mr B can't start on the edge ones first! Fz & Pz Mr T

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    1. Hari OM
      Dear Mr B - all clues are there... on the lower bar you can select to use a 'ghost' template, or arrange the tiles for easier selection, or put up a picture to work from in a side frame. On the right hand side lower corner you can expand to full screen size for easier on the eyes... have fun! YAM xx

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  3. Makes sense ... just take your time ... we have a bit of it at the moment ... all the best - Hilary xoxo

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  4. after all the work you did, I would need more than one day off... will play with this later today

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  5. Enjoy the break! The puzzle looks super complicated...but then I've got everydayitis... :)

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  6. Four and a half minutes. Those things are addictive!
    Hope your week is going okay for you.

    Klem

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  7. What a tough puzzle this was! Enjoy your day.

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  8. Amen to that YAM your noodle must feel like it has been put thru the grinder.
    I'll give the puzzle a try
    Hugs Cecilia

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  9. OMCs I got the puzzle in 20:35 seconds NEVER thought I'd do it.
    LOL
    Hugs Cecilia

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  10. Oh! Boy! A Puzzle! I have got to try this one! But I am running late today. The horoscopes took longer to write than I anticipated!

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