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Thanks, Rosie--I'm glad someone else has the same screwy vision that I do! :-)))
Goodness, you have the best description of this puzzle, Pat. Two huge peanuts, indeed. Funny and great fun. Thanks for such wonderful entertainment. Rosie
I thought it was funny, too, which is why I called it wobbly! It looks like 2 blue peanuts (LOL) trying to walk on tip-toe over a rock-strewn field and throwing up their arms in frustration or alarm! :-DDD
I don't know why, but this puzzle is hilarious. I love it!! Thanks much :))
Thanks, Ardy, Katie, and Aishah--I think the points look blunter here, but I wasn't taking any chances with Mr. Accident-prone... And it does remind me of the Dali painting with the melting timepieces (Persistence of Memory, I think it's called). :-)))
Pat, please tell me you personally warned lelabugosi. We wouldn't want any wardrobe malfunctions due to sharp points and edges. LOL!
Fun loony Pat! It reminds me of warped time pieces, but can't decide if they're watches or clocks.
A fun solve, Pat. And I heeded your warning and didn't get wounded in any way. But you are wise to post the warning. Thank you.
It looked a little too wibbly-wobbly to be a fly, and it seems to me to be embedded in a picture frame, and my flies like to be free! LOL! Thanks, Edie. :-)
Why isn't this your Arrow Fly? Looks very fly like to me. A tricky little one it was. Lots of fun. Thanks Pat