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Have You Ever Owned One Of These?

This would pretty much be me because every time I tried to play with a rubix cube, I did a horrible HORRIBLE job trying to solve the puzzle. I feel like rubix cubes are one of those things where you can either solve them super fast or you can't do them at all.

Do you know anyone who's finished one before?

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I have a friend that can solve pretty much any kind of rubix cubes (any shape, any size)... they're pretty fast too
secret is pulling all the pieces apart and put them back correctly lol
Luhan, who's a Chinese/Manderin idol, can solve them X3
yes I solved mine
@SarahRegulski I wonder if they're cheap to buy.
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