Friday, 5 March 2021

If in doubt it's probably a butt ...


After framing the torture puzzle (which I am loving on the living room wall) we moved on to this lovely 'Dominant Curve' by Kandinsky from Barney's Newsbox, which we completed in two days.
I have all sorts of other stuff I planned to do on my week off but having lost one day to a headache and another to the gas engineer I seem to have drifted to the puzzle board. Next we got an old one back out again, 'The Garden of Earthly Delights' by Hieronymus Bosch. It is an excellent picture for a puzzle, it's so full of activity and details,
but mostly butts:

It keeps us entertained while we puzzle to search for the butts.
This one only took a couple of days too, so Tish went to the Discworld Emporium and bought a puzzle of Unseen University library:
Stay safe. Be kind. See you tomorrow.


  1. I love jigsaw puzzles but confess ignorance as to the type of pieces beyond recognizing "tabs" and "blanks". What makes a "butt"?

  2. I mean the picture is full of naked people, and when examining pieces and trying to work out where they went it was often the case of 'oh look, it's that guy's butt' :-)

    1. LOL - or guffawed out loud, at least.

      I'm such a dummy - and blame it on my inferiority complex in every area of life that I would think I hadn't learned about jigsaw puzzle pieces by now. ;-)


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