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spot the differentiations

At this time of year, there's no better way to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon than poring over an interesting spot the difference puzzle or two.

So here's one I've created for people of a similar disposition.

Simply print off the two almost identical pictures - one of an American school bus, the other of a Japanese school bus.

Then, using your powers of observation, circle the 748 differences (625 if using a non-colour printer).

Good luck!



An American school bus.




A Japanese school bus - fun for children on the outside.
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On Sunday, 16 March, 2008, Anonymous Gigi said:

It seems, unlike Japanese counterparts, American students love to go to school so much that there is no need to trick them to get onto the bus.  



On Sunday, 16 March, 2008, Blogger Liz said:

How delicious!
I never saw any of these school buses when I was in Osaka...but I do miss the fish truck! What a pleasant song it played :)  



On Sunday, 16 March, 2008, Anonymous Scotty.VOR said:

Ah, the Japanese bus has 22.5" wheels, the fat American has 24".

Am I right?  



On Sunday, 16 March, 2008, Anonymous ThePenguin said:

The American bus is obviously a fake. The door is way too narrow - girth-challenged kids would be forever getting stuck in it and launching multi-million dollar lawsuits.  



On Sunday, 16 March, 2008, Anonymous Neil Duckett said:

Scotty, ThePenguin ... HAHAHA ... too funny the pair of you!!!  



On Monday, 17 March, 2008, Anonymous Deas said:

I see what you've done...you used an old bus. The new ones have the super cool flat fronts. So one's new and one's old. That's too easy - challenge us some more!  



On Monday, 17 March, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said:

That is an American made bus but it is not used in the U.S. THE STUDENT DOOR IS ON THE WRONG SIDE!!!  



On Monday, 17 March, 2008, Anonymous Anointy-nointy said:

Anonymous, I think that bus is/was used in the States. The photo's been flipped!  



On Monday, 17 March, 2008, Blogger tornados28 said:

That can't be an American bus. It's too new. All American school buses were built in the 1950's and spew at hundreds of tons of cancer causing exhaust.

That new clean looking school bus would never be allowed in the US.  



On Wednesday, 19 March, 2008, Blogger Contamination said:

Seems like I need to find some photos to compete...  



On Friday, 21 March, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said:

Ahhh...the old GSR lines on the side give it away...the yellow bus clearly has the GSR lines and is therefore American!  



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