I’m not a huge puzzle fan, but when I get a chance to play them, I usually have fun. I’d probably play them even more if they didn’t make me feel so stupid, but that’s just me. A lot of people who play puzzles enjoy the challenge, which is good for them. I get frustrated after just a few minutes with a puzzle, so I obviously need to work on my patience and perseverance. The Internet has given us interactive puzzles that enable us to use our own content to stump ourselves, and Befuddlr is another one of these puzzles.

This fun distraction uses Flickr images to generate puzzles for you to put back together and solve. There are a handful of groups that they let you choose images from, but you can also use the bookmarklet to befuddle any Flickr image. Your goal is to put the image that you’ve chosen back together as soon as possible, and if you need to, you can even take a look at the original image to get an idea of what you need to do. Befuddlr is simple and fun at the same time, and it’s nice to be able to use your own images as puzzles.