Wednesday, October 12, 2005

It's Number Porn

Ok, I'm officially obsessed.
They put these puzzles in the back of In Touch magazine, and I've become a junkie. I've been going on the web to find them. I even have a favorite website I visit every day just to see them.
When I'm not doing a Sudoku puzzle, I'm thinking about them. I dream about them. I even think about making my own at home, but don't because it wouldn't be as good.
I should be working, but I keep taking breaks to go online and do Sudoku.

I keep finding myself thinking about Sudoku when I'm spending time with my daughter or husband and also thinking about how much more fun I'd be having if I was doing Sudoku instead.
I have even thought about buying a book of Sudoku so I could do it wherever and whenever I wanted.
I am so ashamed.

10 comments:

Hilary said...

You are not alone! There's a Sodoku book on the NYT bestseller list right now!

Jessey said...

It's the best, and the worst.

Anonymous said...

You mah pimp. You got me hooked. ;)

drogidy said...

That is good stuff. Gets my brain exercising again. Thanks for pointing it out. If I get addicted I'll blame it on you.

Just kidding..

cube said...

I have one of those brains that love puzzles. Sodoku is just the latest type that I've fallen for myself, but I like doing them on the computer, as opposed to paper, because you don't leave a trace when you shuffle the numbers around.

Jessey said...

Dudes, we could start a sudoku addicts club it seems.
Hi, I'm Jessica, I'm addicted to Sudoku.

Amy said...

I got you guys all beat - I bought the Sudoku book

Jessey said...

Oh! You're SICK Amy! Sick!

Amy said...

I saw a book the other day that had CIRCLE sudokus. I refrained from buying it b/c it was $11, I still have 2/3 worth of puzzles in my first book, and there were only handful of circles so it wasn't worth the price. But CIRCLE sudokus!

Jessey said...

Circle? How is that even possible?!