Don’t Touch My Cube

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November 7, 2011 by WITS Editor

Rubik's Cube

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When I was on the 16th floor of the hospital, a man gave me a Rubik’s Cube.  I’ve been trying to solve it all morning because my dad messed it up.  You’re supposed to get all the colors separate on each side of the cube.  It’s really hard.  I have no idea how to do it.  I just keep spinning it in different directions.  I almost got one side.   At home I have an electronic Rubik’s Cube, and it’s easier.  All you have to do is remember the colors and press buttons.   I don’t know if I’ll ever solve this one.  If I do get it, I won’t get near my dad, and I’ll yell to anyone who tries to mess with it, “Don’t touch my cube!”

By Andrea, age 7


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