Wasgij Original 30 Strictly Can't Dance - 1000 Piece Puzzle
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Wasgij Original 30: Strictly Can't Dance is the hilariously funny 1,000 piece jigsaw puzzle that shows everyone’s favourite talent show ‘Vaguely Gone Prancing’! - keeeeep prancing!!
Wasgij Original is the ‘what are they looking at?’ puzzle concept where you have to use your imagination and the clues provided to piece together what the characters in the image printed on the box are looking at.
The image printed on the front of the box depicts a dance show taking place. However something has caught the eye of some people, while everyone is trying to enjoy themselves and watch the entertainment. What could be happening to get this surprised reaction from everyone? Try to imagine you are the judge falling out his chair on the right and piece together what he can see - THIS is the scene you will have to puzzle, not the image on the box! (See the photos for an example of what's on the box versus what you have to puzzle!)
Fair warning!! There is no picture of the finished puzzle with this jigsaw - that's all part of the challenge and the fun!
- 1000 pieces
- 12 years +
Part of our Classic and Comic Puzzle Collection.
Best price I could find and was dispatched and received in great time considering it was the week before Christmas, for which I was very grateful as it was a last minute idea for a present!
Is a challenging puzzle which has an unexpected twist. Ordered from this site as it was the most reasonable price I could find on the Internet.
Was very impressed with the delivery as I received it after only 36 hours. As this was a last minute Christmas present with only 7 days to go, it was very welcome.
I would definitely order from George's Whitstable Stores again!
Great puzzle - challenging as usual
Bought as a last minute gift and couldn’t find any store. Had to be this picture!
Quick delivery despite Christmas rush
Great website, will look at it again
I needed a Wasgij puzzle as a present for Christmas. Everywhere was sold out. The I found George’s Whitstable. A lifesaver!