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# Poll: Can you solve a 3x3x3 cube watch

• View Poll Results: Can you solve a 3x3x3 rubik's cube
Yes
3
25.00%
Yes, and can solve under a minute
1
8.33%
No
6
50.00%
No, but if I try I know I can solve it
2
16.67%

1. Cheers
2. A Rubik's cube? Yeah, in about a minute. It's pretty easy to do
3. (Original post by Vicky628)
A Rubik's cube? Yeah, in about a minute. It's pretty easy to do
Show off
4. I can only solve the top layer. After that, to solve the bottom I have to look up the algorithms because I always forget.
5. (Original post by PinkMobilePhone)
I can only solve the top layer. After that, to solve the bottom I have to look up the algorithms because I always forget.
I know how to do the top layer and match that 'T' shape along the sides but I have to cheat the rest as well lol
6. I tried ... WITH a YouTube tutorial playing as I was following the instructions... and still ****ing failed
I'll stick to the *rip out the pieces and reassemble* technique x'D works wonders!!

There's this really clever guy in my comp class that did it in 30 seconds... in the freezing cold so his fingers couldn't move... while waiting for the teacher to unlock the classroom door

And he sat in class that day with like 6 different sized rubiks cubes around him, solving them when he finished work early...

I sat there feeling so inferior - why am i even trying x'D
7. (Original post by Vicky628)
A Rubik's cube? Yeah, in about a minute. It's pretty easy to do
It's not show off if you can explain your ways of cubing 😬😬😬

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