TriBond Jigsaw Puzzle: The Flea Market
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TriBond, the phenomenally successful popular board game that asks the question, "What do these three have in common?" now has a whole new dimension with TriBond Jigsaw Puzzles. Put together the 550 piece jigsaw puzzle, and then find all the threesomes. For instance, in the Flea Market, find the waitress, the soldier, and the tennis player. What do they all have in common? (Answer below.) Find over 100 threesomes in each puzzle--hints and solutions are enclosed.
Answer: They all serve!
Great American Puzzle Factory
Players: 1 or more
Piece Count: 338 pieces
Weight: 555 grams
This 550-piece, 18"x24" jigsaw, itself a challenging illustration of a bizarre flea market, is based on the popular TriBond game, where three things seemingly impossible to relate have something in common. Let's start with something easy: What unites a soldier, a tennis player, and a waitress? (Answer below).
Now find over 150 more related trios in the puzzle and write them, with explanations, on the list provided. I am not revealing the exact number, but they are there! If you find the sleepless nights too much, there is a page of hints. Try not to peek at the answers for at least two months. (Answer: They all serve.)