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Wordle Users Make Hilarious Reference To ‘E-Girls’ After Today’s Surprising Word

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Wordle Users Make Hilarious Reference To ‘E-Girls’ After Today’s Surprising Word

Wordle users have made a hilarious reference to “e-girls” after a surprising word cropped up on the game today. 

Players of the viral daily word game, which was recently taken over by The New York Times, have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts on Wordle 254 on 28th February 2022 - and the reaction is just as we’d expect for a word like this.

Warning: Wordle 254 spoilers ahead.

Wordle users have made a hilarious reference to “e-girls” after a surprising word cropped up on the game today (PA).
Wordle users have made a hilarious reference to “e-girls” after a surprising word cropped up on the game today (PA).
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One user took to Twitter to simply write “wordle 254” alongside the cover art for CORPSE and Savage Ga$p’s song E-GIRLS ARE RUINING MY LIFE!, which depicts popular TikToker Emma Langevin in the image. 

The Twitter post appeared to be in reference to today’s word on the game, “choke”, as the song also begins with the lyrics: “Choke me like you hate me, but you love me”. 

A different user on the social media platform was also shocked by the raunchy word and wrote: “Another day another 50/50 and my innocent mind went for the family friendly choice.”

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“boi I'm shooketh rnnnoww,” said Yabi of the game. 

“Lmao no ways,” another user wrote.

Rijul also added: “Weird weird but ok”.

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The “weird” word comes as many users complained last week that anyone who completes today’s game on 25th February “deserves a PhD”

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The latest Wordle reaction also comes as the game was taken over by The New York Times after the original creator, Josh Wardle, sold the game for a currently unknown seven-figure amount.

Featured Image Credit: Belle Delphine

Topics: News, Wordle, Gaming, Twitter

Gabriella Ferlita
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