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Kiub Perosak Akidah

Lately I've been addicted to these cubes~

Right now, I can solve 3X3X3 and 5X5X5
But the problem is I only know how to solve it when given a certain situation

Which mean that I only $following instructions, without knowing how or why

See?I manage to solve this but actually I never could have thought it myself

So I will try to understand the steps before I buy 4X4X4~


  1. gile hebat ah kau zafree. geliga gile pale kau. *clap clap*

  2. rayza - aku tgk guide jer camner nak mende tuh...hahaha.dan aku menghafalnyer~

    acap - genius jer bley cakap orang lain genius~

  3. lol kiub perosak akidah.
    lame siot x dgr.

    skill ak dpt dari tgb. haha

  4. farahin - 'pergh' jer? maner hadiah?

    mok - dlu aku ingat nak selesaikan benda nie mmg mustahil tau, so aku x blaja aa.rugi x try mase kat tgb dlu.hehe

  5. aku dah bayar share aku keatas professor cube tu!

    have to agree with u dude on this one
    they are seriously addictive

  6. aku dah bayar share aku keatas professor cube tu!

    have to agree with u dude on this one
    they are seriously addictive

  7. wow truly amaze ryte lah..hebat nye weih!!huhu..tahniah2 coz dpt siapkn..ko serius hebat.. =)

  8. syazwi - maner x addictive nyer..

    sampai kat kelas critical thinking pun sempat main...

    time drive pun jadi aa


    ain - haha tenkiu2!tapi aku blom boleh wat kalau xde guide aa...

    aku cuber blaja dlu~

  9. laa..."pergh" cukup la. takkan nak hadiah kot.
    tu remark paling tinggi tahapnye dari aku ni. bukan calang2 org dpt tau.

  10. farahin - ala bagi jer aa...kedekut!kedekut!

    dyau - aper yang bagus nyer weyh?ko nie mmg suker meninggalkan misteri utk aku selesaikan sendiri.duh~

  11. kiub ni memang perosak akidah.
    jadinye aku cume taw buat 1st layer daripada mggu2 lps smpi skrg..
    xpnh2 nk blaja wlupn tgh ade 3tutor kt klas skrg ni. ;p

  12. aku bley ajar ko kalo ko nk~



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