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Wordle users have said it’s taken them “way too long to think” of today’s word on the game.
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 261 - and it’s safe to say they’ve struggled with the word.
Warning: Wordle 261 spoilers ahead.
Wordle 260 3/6— Jonathan Carlin (@jonkerlin) March 6, 2022
It took me way to long to think of this word
Despite getting the word right in just three goes, Jonathan tweeted: “It took me way to long to think of this word”.
Another user said today’s game “stressed me tf out”, and shared their result after guessing the word right on the 5th go.
Wordle 261 5/6— bay laurel🌱 (@bitends) March 7, 2022
this one stressed me tf out
A different player attributed their win to a quick internet search for potential words.
“Successfully completed todays Wordle,” they said.
“Had to Google potential answers tho,” they admitted.
Successfully completed todays Wordle. Had to Google potential answers tho 🤡— Not Sorry Miss Jackson (@eatsleepavoid) March 7, 2022
Margaret added of the game: “I hate it when you have two word options and you pick the wrong one!”
Another found today’s word, which was ‘Hoard’, exhausting to de-code: “I will take the rest of the day off,” they wrote on Twitter.
I will take the rest of the day off— Quazz (@Lobster_Goose) March 7, 2022
Wordle 261 4/6
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.
Recently, a linguistics expert has told LADbible about their best hints, tips and hacks for the game. Read more here.
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