Monday, March 17, 2008

Open Differentiations

I "borrowed" the following post from An Englishman In Osaka... then I added the last picture at the bottom ...

spot the differentiations

At this time of year, there's no better way to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon than poring over an interesting spot the difference puzzle or two.

So here's one I've created for people of a similar disposition.

Simply print off the two almost identical pictures - one of an American school bus, the other of a Japanese school bus.

Then, using your powers of observation, circle the 748 differences (625 if using a non-colour printer).

Good luck!



An American school bus.




A Japanese school bus - fun for children on the outside.




...perhaps children in other cultures do not have to be managed as though they were in a maximum minimum security facility... oh, wait, what am I saying?

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