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Wordle Users Say Today’s ‘Awful’ Word “Reflects The World’s Emotional State For The Last Two Years’

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Wordle Users Say Today’s ‘Awful’ Word “Reflects The World’s Emotional State For The Last Two Years’

Wordle users are saying that today’s “awful” word on 3rd March “reflects the world’s emotional state for the last two years”. 

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 257 - and the word is definitely not a happy one. 

Warning: Wordle 257 spoilers ahead.


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Priya took to the social media platform to write: “Wordle today reflecting the world’s emotional state for the last two “years” alongside a crying emoji. 

“Good morning sunshines,” Lisa wrote in reaction to today's word, which was 'Mourn'. “What is it with these awful Wordle words?”


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“So true of the times,” added another along with their Wordle grid. 

Arianna added: “It do be like that some days”. 

“I assume we are doing this for [Ukraine],” said another user with an emoji of the Ukrainian flag.

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A different player stated that the word was “very apt for the current times”.

“We are indeed in _______ ing with all the things happening around the world these days,” another player noted.


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Today’s “apt” word comes as Wordle users were “in disbelief” over yesterday’s “irritating” word on 2nd March. 

One player blamed yesterday’s word for losing their 43-day-long streak.

“Just lost my first wordle...Ended a 43 day streak,” the player wrote. 

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

The aim of the word game is to try and guess a five-letter word in under six tries.

Featured Image Credit: Getty Images

Topics: Wordle, Gaming, Twitter, Social Media, Viral

Gabriella Ferlita
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