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    I had more problems trying to read through Jenny's instructions than solving the bloody thing itself!
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    Quote Originally Posted by justaknight
    Hey kids
    Just for your information Judd (disgastipated here) showed me a new version of the Rubik's cube, it has more sides and it's almost like a sphere! It looks something like an overplayed (in concrete) cricket ball, a rotten green tomato and a migniature of those old distorted light thingos in the 80's disco places.
    Go beat (solve) that!
    Oh dear... don't even tell me that! I probably can't even solve/bother to solve the normal one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justaknight
    I had more problems trying to read through Jenny's instructions than solving the bloody thing itself!
    I agree.
    and the title was "Easy way to solve a rubik's cube" or something like that
    "easy?" I think not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sally94
    I can solve it in 1min 3 seconds
    i havnt done it in a while tho...
    I can solve it in 1min 2c, but don't have the time
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    me thinks organising a rubik cube solving tournament.
    I will be selling:
    Sally's cookies (before she eats them though )
    Sarah's brownies yummy!
    Igor's and Sally's excuse hints!
    and Jenny's decoration ideas and how to solve rubik cube notes!
    I think I ll make a fortune he he he!
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    Quote Originally Posted by justaknight
    me thinks organising a rubik cube solving tournament.
    I will be selling:
    Sally's cookies (before she eats them though )
    Sarah's brownies yummy!
    Igor's and Sally's excuse hints!
    and Jenny's decoration ideas and how to solve rubik cube notes!
    I think I ll make a fortune he he he!
    Cookies and brownies yumm
    When's it gonna be; I'll probably give up after the first 6 hours...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny
    Cookies and brownies yumm
    I have tasted Sarah's (Queenant's) chocolate brownies at the MCC (The best in the world)!
    Sally's cookies no chance! she eats them all before she gives any to anyone! read her avatar carefully!


    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny
    When's it gonna be; I'll probably give up after the first 6 hours...
    no, it's gonna be one minute on the clock! I don't know when yet, I am examining the venue possibilities! I might have Rubik himself as a guest of honour, I wanna see how good he is in solving his own thingy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by justaknight
    I have tasted Sarah's (Queenant's) chocolate brownies at the MCC (The best in the world)!
    Sally's cookies no chance! she eats them all before she gives any to anyone! read her avatar carefully!


    no, it's gonna be one minute on the clock! I don't know when yet, I am examining the venue possibilities! I might have Rubik himself as a guest of honour, I wanna see how good he is in solving his own thingy!
    nice.
    I get it now!! Share some cookies, Sally!
    Is Rubik the inventor of the Rubik's cube?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AzureBlue
    Is Rubik the inventor of the Rubik's cube?
    The Rubik's Cube is a 3-D mechanical puzzle invented in 1974 by Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture Ernő Rubik.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miranda
    The Rubik's Cube is a 3-D mechanical puzzle invented in 1974 by Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture Ernő Rubik.

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    No wonder it's called the Rubik's cube - I was always wondering why..
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