Wordle Users Overjoyed At Being ‘Back In The Game’ After Yesterday’s Impossible Word
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Wordle users are overjoyed at being “back in the game” after struggling with yesterday’s impossible word.
Players of the viral daily word game, which was recently taken over by The New York Times, have taken to Twitter on 24th February 2022 to share their thoughts on Wordle 250 - and they couldn’t be happier.
Warning: Wordle 250 spoilers ahead.
One player took to the social media platform to share their result after correctly guessing the daily word in just four tries, writing: “IM BACK IN THE F***IN GAME [sic]”, alongside a meme of a woman happy-crying.
Wordle 250 4/6— sam (@lonely_boy_rat) February 24, 2022
IM BACK IN THE FUCKIN GAME
Another player shouted about their success, penning on the site: “Today’s word was tricky but the STREAK CONTINUES [sic]”.
“Oh yeah,” another gamer simply wrote on the platform, alongside their impressive 3/6 result.
Today’s word was tricky but the STREAK CONTINUES— LegendOfWinning (@LegendOfWinning) February 24, 2022
Wordle 250 6/6
Oh yeah☺️💪🏻— Malene_reads (@MaleneD_) February 24, 2022
Wordle 250 3/6
Meanwhile, a different social media mogul noted that today’s word, which is “Bloke” is “really gonna p*** off Americans”, who undoubtedly, rarely use that term to refer to a man.
Another, however, simply wished American players well when attempting today’s word.
“Good luck, Americans,” Alex stated.
Wordle 250 5/6— Evan (@Cooking_Math) February 24, 2022
This one’s really gonna piss off Americans
Good luck, Americans.— Alex (@stacksterslife) February 24, 2022
Wordle 250 5/6
The seemingly easy Wordle comes after many users blamed yesterday’s game for “ending their streak” after many missed out on just one letter.
During Wordle 249, one player took to the social media platform to share their result, which from their fourth try, showed all the letters being correct apart from the second to last, as they penned: “My streak ends here”.
The latest Wordle reaction comes around a week after 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.
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Topics: Viral, Twitter, Gaming, Social Media, Wordle