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Amazon Is Selling A 1,000 Piece 'Pure White Hell' Jigsaw Puzzle

Amazon Is Selling A 1,000 Piece 'Pure White Hell' Jigsaw Puzzle

If the purpose of a jigsaw puzzle is to give you something to do to pass the time, then Amazon is quite possibly selling the best jigsaw ever - in that it is definitely going to pass a lot of time.

The puzzle is comprised of 1,000 pieces - and for the more keen puzzlers among you, this may not seem like too much to handle. However, as the name 'Pure White Hell' suggests, all the pieces are blank.

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The puzzle is also available in black. Credit: Amazon/Beverly
The puzzle is also available in black. Credit: Amazon/Beverly

Yep, the damn thing is gonna be practically impossible, and even if you do manage to complete it - lockdown long since lifted and your partner having found someone new - then you don't even get the satisfaction of having a pretty picture to look at once you're done.

So, I'm sure you're asking: 'How much will this pleasure set me back?'

Well, you can get it now for £31.80 ($39.21). There's also a black version.

The product description reads: "A jigsaw puzzle is a tiling puzzle that requires the assembly of often oddly shaped interlocking and tessellating pieces."

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Clearly though, this is just a description of what a jigsaw is, which surely we all know.

A more useful description would probably read: "Has all of your paint dried? Fed up of having so much free time to watch films, read books, and bake cakes, in this, your only chance at life? Then why not buy the Pure White Hell jigsaw puzzle and fritter away your precious time attempting a maddeningly difficult and ultimately unrewarding chore?"

Oh, and I forgot to mention, not only is the puzzle comprised of 1,000 blank pieces, they're also 'micro pieces', with the finished puzzle (which obviously you'll never see) measuring just 22.9 x 5.1 x 17.8 cm.

I'm not sure what those words translate as. Probably 'I'm really glad I bought this', or words to that effect. Credit: Amazon/Beverly
I'm not sure what those words translate as. Probably 'I'm really glad I bought this', or words to that effect. Credit: Amazon/Beverly

Considering all of the above, you may be wondering how there is a market for such a product. However, judging by the reviews, it seems customers seldom buy it for themselves.

One review reads: "If you hate someone, or simply enjoy making them suffer, give them this puzzle. My parents have almost gone insane trying to complete this."

Another - entitled 'Perfect for the smart-ass in your life' - says: "I can't wait to see my brother's face when he opens this on Christmas. He loves puzzles and challenges, and this is bound to finally stump him! Gets him back for being annoying for the last 17 years."

Finally, the puzzle is starting to make sense.

Featured Image Credit: Pixabay

Topics: Community, Weird, Amazon

Jake Massey

Jake Massey is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from Newcastle University, where he learnt a bit about media and a lot about living without heating. After spending a few years in Australia and New Zealand, Jake secured a role at an obscure radio station in Norwich, inadvertently becoming a real-life Alan Partridge in the process. From there, Jake became a reporter at the Eastern Daily Press. Jake enjoys playing football, listening to music and writing about himself in the third person.