# Impossible Puzzle! there is no solution

Pretty neat. Thanks for sharing; Jesus Christ Bless! :)ï»¿
really? Hypercam? poor ass hobos making videos man...ï»¿
The best way to solve this puzzle is to stop thinking about it and just move on.ï»¿
Not literally impossible. The only rules are that you can't cut the paper, and can't pass over the same line more than once. No one ever said anything about not being able to go diagonally and pass over 2 or more lines simultaneously via the corners of each section.ï»¿
to every 13 year old faggot who thinks that he/she solved it: no you dont! its impossibleï»¿
Its really easyï»¿
sorry I missed one small line ï»¿
I got the answer, first one to solve this impossible question ï»¿
You can replace the diagram by 6 points respresenting each small box and the outside and then count the number of lines needed to go from each small box to the others. If you do this you get values of 9 (outside), 5,5, (top) and 4,5,4 (bottom). Since more than two points have an odd number of lines leading from them, the network is non Eularian and hence can't be solved.ï»¿