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One way to pass the time when you live off the land and don't have wi-fi...

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I got it the bathing suit...A trip...:))

morepiecesplz

Of course - I sent them both, wasn't sure which you wanted.

I would like to have that puzzle, if possible. Bev.

nanab

Thanks mpp.

morepiecesplz

Thanks, togocat.

I will send them to you as private puzzles, nanab.

togocat

I thought they were both amusing, and more appropriate than a lot of the other puzzles I see.

nanab

I missed it. I've been trying to solve a 300 piece puzzle, finally got it done.

You do have the second account.....

morepiecesplz

Fie! Posting in private is for cowards!! I regret that I have but four posts (a day) in which to risk the censors' wrath...

Juba1010

I said he should take it off because it didn’t match his hat. (He was kinda cute.)

I and Juba had funny comments. I liked it. 9-23-2020

Watchman

Post it privately to your fellow puzzlers of silliness. ;-)

morepiecesplz

Thanks - I'll see if I can get another for today (and I will repost the two on another day.. push my luck...)

Juba1010

Are you posting as not appropriate for everyone?

Okay. I also saw, did, and commented on one. Then they were gone. That fast.
So it was not me.

Juba1010

It was fun while it lasted.

Watchman

Yeah, I had just posted a comment, when poof. It disappeared on me as I pushed the puzzle to solve it.

morepiecesplz

Sorry - I removed my comment after I saw yours...

morepiecesplz

Yeah - and the couple at the beach - they weren't up 10 seconds! Either I have a stalker who sits and watches my posts too closely or a very sour jigideer who lives to complain. Hope you got a laugh...

No I am not ...I thought it was funny obviously someone else thought otherwise.

I think your puzzle of the gent in a bathing suit with the shoulder strap was axed.
I made remarks as did juba, however I cannot find it in my completed nor on your site.
Looks like an OOPS Bev. 9-23-2020

@morepiecesplz

rswestley

mpp, You know I can't do that. There is now way I could check out everyone's feet. Have you forgotten I am suffering from stage 4 podophobia and I still need three more Dr. Scholl's treatments before I can considered to be cured ... and before I can finally have my toe nails trimmed (it's been about 4 years since my last trimming)

togocat... that was truly an inspirational video. Thank you! I had not heard of 'yarn bombing' before, but most importantly was the life altering statement, "We all possess skills that are waiting to be discovered". And I am still waiting... and the clock is still ticking. Perhaps my skill repairing old clocks?

nanab

Yep, that's a squid. The only things I recognized were the tree and the bus.
Too be honest I was more interested in reading about the origin of yarn bombing and the negative impact in may i some instances.
I also thought of how many blankets all the yarn could have made for homeless families and animal shelters.

nanab

Hahaha, now I'll have to go look again. I am NOT seeing what you 2 are seeing. : )

togocat

I liked Charles Darwin and the giant squid thing (last pic)

nanab

Thanks mpp, I didn't even recognize it as a train the first time. : )

morepiecesplz

Scroll down - I think it's the third picture.

nanab

I didn't see a train.

morepiecesplz

Not what I pictured when I saw 'yarn bombing' (but the train's kinda cool)...

nanab

That's going on my "strange things I know but wish I didn't list" togocat. LOL

togocat

guerilla knitting: https://www.widewalls.ch/magazine/what-is-yarn-bombing

morepiecesplz

(love that song) I think CL lives in Arizona - go to your next Homeowners Association meeting and check everyone's feet. I sent you the puzzle so you know who to look for...

rswestley

Thank you mpp... I have just added this knitted jump suit to my Christmas wish list. If any of you knitters (or knotters) make me such a suit, I will reward you handsomely.... I still have several helpings of mpp's Spam and Lima Bean casserole buried in my backyard... unless of course Cody Lundin or some other naturalist hasn't found it.... but I have not found any decaying carcasses in my back yard (lately), so I think mpp's beloved casserole is still safe and fermenting.

mpp, perhaps Cody Lundin was dropped into various Hawaiian locales, thus did not have to fear poisonous snake bites. Or perhaps Cody Lundin used his lack of bathing and his refusal to use other basic sanitation techniques kept the snakes, bears, Sasquatch, island maidens, the whores on 7th Avenue ("I do declare, there were times when he was so lonesome he took some comfort there"), at bay.... and don't forget about the "Lie la lie, lie la lie la lie la lie, Lie la lie, lie la lie la lie la lie, la la lie la lie."

Wouldn't he have a draft then?

morepiecesplz

We should probably be glad there's only one view. Maybe he ran out of yarn. If he's really isolated, no problem.

Because we do not have a "rear" view, we can't tell if he incorporated a drop-seat in the back, fastened of course with bone buttons. That c/would take care of part of his elimination requirements.

morepiecesplz

I'm not a farmer and I'm laughing...

@Surreal_Heidi - last year I posted Cody Lundin (not this guy) who's a survivalist teacher. He did a show on the Discovery Channel with various partners where they were dropped into situations with limited equipment and had to get home. He lives barefoot - drove some of his colleagues crazy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMqAUx13HEA

https://www.codylundin.com/bio.html

Surreal_Heidi

It's the barefoot bit that doesn't ring true. He's too open to snake bite.

I'd love to see the faces of the farmers who run into this guy. They might die laughing.

Juba1010

I’d be willing to watch the unraveling.

Watchman

He is eyeing for the pine cone in the tree, after his knitting of his outfit, he is confused, thinking a pine cone might be a distant relative to the pineapple. He will be in for a big surprise, when sap gets on his outfit and he gets snagged to the needles of the tree, thing will begin to unravel real soon.

Shouldn't he be looking for food?

nanab

The vertical zigzag is very slimming. Busy hands, happy man. : )

puzzeljac

In any case, he took a crochet hook and a spade with him before going out into nature. I did not know that clothing dye was also standard equipment. ☺

morepiecesplz

After he catches dinner, he'll work on some shoes. As for the toilet, he's probably knit a few diapers, just in case.

puitepe

hope he never has to go quickly to the toilet..

What no shoes?

nanapuzzler

LOL!! and I'm with kara1 *!*

He’s got a good eye for design.

togocat

He's a live yarn bomb

Juba1010

And real men don’t eat quiche?

Watchman

No, a real man would not wear such an outfit, not for any woman. ;-)))

RandyWI

Fashion for the "new" Robinson Crusoe.

Returner

Is there a zipper?

Juba1010

He’s about to plant some more yarn trees.

kara1

But did he spin his own yarn, and dye it with natural dyes? And carve his crochet hook from a twig? If not, I'm not all that impressed.

It let the air flow.