"Have you ever had a 2,500 piece puzzle and you put it together and you look at it and it's very dissapointing because it's a very weak copy of what the box told you to expect so you keep looking for more pieces anywhere you can find them because you think it can get better and you've put all this work into it already and you think you still might be able to save it and get what you were promised but you suddenly realize you are being foolish because there are a finite amount of pieces and the borders are all done and you might not like the pieces you got but they all fit together and that's as good as it's going to get?Maybe it's just me. I'm not very good at playing the fool."
The only time I ever met Matt and Chrissy, they were having celebratory drinks at this neat little pub in Chicago. After introductions, I asked what they were celebrating."We just finished a puzzle and it only took us four months!" said Matt."Four months?" I asked. "That seems like a long time for one puzzle."Chrissy looked a little insulted at that and belted out, "Oh yeah?!?! Well on the box it said '2-4 Years'!"
I hope that's directed at me.