wk12:

During the first week of WK12, Jim and Andrew decided to teach us a lesson about teamwork or doing things with our hands or patience or something like that.
They gave us a 1,000-piece puzzle. But not just any puzzle! They gave us a hideous 1,000-piece puzzle of an Ed Hardy tiger that’s surrounded by an exploding halo of flowers and hearts and skulls and other known pirate favorites. It’s pretty ugly.
But we knew that aesthetic quality was not the lesson to be learned. Nor, as it turned out, was teamwork or doing things with our hands or patience or something like that.
No, the real lesson of all our hard labor came on Monday when we thought we’d finally finished the damn thing…and then discovered that the puzzle was missing exactly one piece. Can you spot the missing piece?
(Hint: It’s the eye of the goddamn tiger.)

wk12:

During the first week of WK12, Jim and Andrew decided to teach us a lesson about teamwork or doing things with our hands or patience or something like that.

They gave us a 1,000-piece puzzle. But not just any puzzle! They gave us a hideous 1,000-piece puzzle of an Ed Hardy tiger that’s surrounded by an exploding halo of flowers and hearts and skulls and other known pirate favorites. It’s pretty ugly.

But we knew that aesthetic quality was not the lesson to be learned. Nor, as it turned out, was teamwork or doing things with our hands or patience or something like that.

No, the real lesson of all our hard labor came on Monday when we thought we’d finally finished the damn thing…and then discovered that the puzzle was missing exactly one piece. Can you spot the missing piece?

(Hint: It’s the eye of the goddamn tiger.)

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