My brother emailed it to me and its destroying my brain cell by cell. Every time I look at it now, poof! there go a few more cells. I flatly refuse to print it out, cut it out and play with the pieces. Can anyone else explain this just by looking at it, because its got me stumped!
Why are there so many smart people out there, can't we just have a bit of fun with puzzles before we get the answers? Thats what puzzles are about, trying to work someting out yourself can be fun and a useful distraction.
But seriously that description really does apply to the early 19th century building where we rent our shop. I swear there isnt a right angle in the place. I dont know about a listed building, but it certainly is listing a bit...
But to go back to my original puzzle, it never occurred to me that I was looking at an optical illusion. If i HAD cut the blinkin' thing out I would have sussed it. Ah well, live and learn.
I think I will leave this thread for a little while and if no-one has any other comments just quietly tick it later.