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by PSP
Rated: E · Short Story · Entertainment · #2036037
A young boy tries to solve the most confusion puzzle he's ever done before.
I sat there for hours. It was so complicated. I was trying to decipher the most complex

puzzle in the world. “This is so confusion. How can anyone solve this abomination?”,

Devin thought to himself. He was so determined to solve it. No one he knew except his

older brother had ever solved it before. He sat by his desk in room for so long. He refused

leave room except  to go to the bathroom. He wouldn’t eat, sleep, or even play video

games. All of his attention went into what he was trying to solve.

“This honestly is more complicated to solve than the Da Vinci code.”

Devin sweated like he’d never done before. His mind worked a thousand ways per

second.  His mom called him to dinner, but refused to go eat. It was like he was glued to

what he was trying to solve. Nothing else around him mattered. He didn’t answer any

phone calls from his friends. He ignored text messages from his girlfriend. He even

ignored his own stomach when his was begging for food. Twisting and turning and

rotating. His fingers sweated and became real sticky. But then after a total of  nine hours

he finally got it. He finally solved the puzzle he’d been going at for hours. He jumped

with joy. He couldn’t believe that after all that work, he’d finally solved it. He ran

downstairs to his parents to brag about his achievement.

“Mom, Dad! I did it! I finally solved this stupid Rubik’s cube!”

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