First, look at the top one. Count the leprechauns. You should count 14. See the line, horizontal across, and the other little one going up? If you cut along those lines, then switch the two top pieces... Well, just count the leprechauns on the bottom one. There are 15! If you are as bored as I was, you can actually click on the picture and then print it out and try it, if you want. I find thought it was kind of cool!
Another one I found that was kind of cool was this one:
It's more like a story, really. An extremely strange and long and pointless story. It's about a guy who drives his car into the desert, but his car breaks. He isn't sure which way he came from, so he takes some sunscreen, an umbrella, and a water bottle full of windshield-wiper fluid. He gets lost and basically almost dies, and then he finds this snake. The snake gives him three wishes and he wishes to never be thirsty, have good health and immune system, and have wisdom. The snake grants his wishes but with the wishes comes a responsibility. The snake makes it so the man is the only person with the power to end humanity, and shows him a lever at the bottom of a sand dune. If he pulls the lever, humanity will end. Later on, he comes back and visits the snake. He takes his car, which had been fixed. He drives to the top of the dune near the lever, and then he loses control and starts sliding down the dune towards the lever. He tries inching the car to one side so he won't hit it, then realized the snake (who's name is Nate) is on that side. He will either end humanity or run over Nate. At the last minute he yells "BETTER NATE THAN LEVER" and that's the punch-line. Yep. It was lame. But what can I say, I was just that bored.