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Coffee Beans And Mug Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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Coffee Beans And Mug Puzzle Details:

About: Let's start the day with a strong and hot coffee and a relaxing jigsaw puzzles. In today's game we feature a red coffee mug resting in a pile of freshly toasted coffee beans. If you didn't know, usually a mug holds approximately 12 US fluid ounces (350 ml) of liquid; double a tea cup.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 22/Oct/2015

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