# Thread: Hi, all

1. ## Hi, all

Hi, all cubers! this is Slyvia, who recently quite interested in cube. I used to play 3*3*3 & 5*5*5 cube, but really didn't dig into them. However, last month I find even my six-year-old nephew is better than me, that really makes me both shameful and happy. I feel shameful about my ability and I can't answer questions he asked. But I am really happy for my nephew. SO I decided to improve my cube techniques and encouraged him to keep on this. I googled and I found this forum. A great place to communicate with lots of good cube plays. I think before I learn things from you I should introduce myself first. thanks.

2. Why hai dere.
Welcome to speedsolving! Where are you from? What method do you use? What are your personal records? In other words, tell us more!

3. hi

4. Hello. Check out the Wiki and FAQ For lots of info. Have fun cubing.

5. Originally Posted by cubingawsumness
Why hai dere.
Welcome to speedsolving! Where are you from? What method do you use? What are your personal records? In other words, tell us more!
I'm from a small town of Florida.For 3*3*3, I use the LBL, Keyhole F2L, and sometimes CF. as for my personal records, it's too bad to say here (). For 5*5*5, I'm still exploring the method. I like watching the cubing videos to learn method.
PS:I'd like to enjoy the fun of the solving process rather than the speed.

Originally Posted by insane569
Hello. Check out the Wiki and FAQ For lots of info. Have fun cubing.
yes,I will, thanks.

6. Originally Posted by merryme
I'm from a small town of Florida.For 3*3*3, I use the LBL, Keyhole F2L, and sometimes CF. as for my personal records, it's too bad to say here (). For 5*5*5, I'm still exploring the method. I like watching the cubing videos to learn method.
PS:I'd like to enjoy the fun of the solving process rather than the speed.
oh please don't be ashamed. If you can even do a rubik's cube, you are probably a minority of the world's population. And as for us, I don't think anyone will make fun of you. Everyone started somewhere, be it 30 minutes or 1 minute. And if you don't feel like getting really fast, so be it, and I agree that just the solving process is fun, but at least in my opinion, going fast, and trying to get faster using that process is just as much fun! Of course, everyone's different.

7. Originally Posted by merryme
PS:I'd like to enjoy the fun of the solving process rather than the speed.
Me tooooo. Thats why i love 5x5

8. yeah, thx. I guess that fun never has an extreme. To More Fun!

Originally Posted by PandaCuber
Me tooooo. Thats why i love 5x5
Appreciated that you thinks the same way with me! Ha-ha, we are the process-enjoyers!

9. Welcome to the forums

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