Wednesday, October 11

My newest mini obsession: Sudoku

13 comments:

Bookwormom said...

Husband loves those too- God bless him. Personally, they require way too much squinting & fuming. This is his favorite site: Samurai Sudoku. He loves the samurais. He carries them around everywhere for several days (like me w/ my books).

Jane said...

Hee. I went through that phase too. I still love it but not to the point where I was doing three or four puzzles a night.

Jenster said...

It's addicting, isn't it? DH got me started on them after he bought a book of puzzles to do while he was flying so much last year.

Jen

Tara Marie said...

Amanda, it's addicting, I'm assuming samurais are really hard.

Jane, I'm still at the 3, 4, 5 a night stage.

Jen, perfect for a flying, a book, pencil and eraser, nobody can complain about that carry-on.

Zeek said...

Yeah, me too. First thing I do when I go into work is grab the puzzle section and make copies of the Sudoku puzzle for everyone else. Several of us addicted to it!

ReneeW said...

I just did my first one yesterday and it took me an hour! If I have an hour to kill I'd rather be reading. But it was a fun hour. I love puzzles of any kind. I can see where sudoku can get addicting so I better stay away from it.

Devonna said...

My sister and niece are addicted to these ~ I tried it once. I got frustrated real easy.

I have to agree with Renee ~ if I have an hour to kill, I'd rather be reading.

nath said...

I really enjoy it :D There's a pattern tho, you know... I mean, once you get used to, you know how to look at it, you don't just look into the square anymore.

Amanda - thanx for the link :)

Jaye said...

I do one puzzle a day (on line).
:-)

Nicole said...

lol Funny you should have this up. Just bought some Sudoku software and a little handheld from work today.

Tara Marie said...

Ladies, it's nice to know I'm not alone--LOL.

Rosie said...

The guy I live with likes Sodoku too. He does it as a stress reliever...go figure!

Suisan said...

We're sudoku nuts in this house.

In school the teachers use them A LOT to entertain kids who are done with work early, or waiting for someone in the office, or waiting on a bus, or whatever.

SO my kids got into sudoku by about first grade. And then, help, got me hooked.