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how do you keep comming up with thies
easy but insightful
piece of cake got it on like my 23rd try
this was 2 easy
best sunday puzzle ever.
The ole famous "Waiting Move"; Thanks for the lesson!
ok...i liked it...
dang hardest puzzle in quite some time lol
please don't be swollen...i think this is nice puzzle
Totally agree! +1
very nice :)
now that has to be a joke. New high score! 56th to reply!
easy one I usally don't get em'
is it joke?
I liked this one....pretty easy, but a little more challenging than the usual Sunday instant mate.
This one was a bit harder than usual for me.
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