Occasionally, Words With Friends is truly educational. Of course, it always helps to expand your vocabulary (sometimes even with words that do actually appear in a common dictionary), but I like to think that from time to time there are hidden messages that offer broader life lessons. And when I find them, I’ll share them. Sometimes, the tip is in the arrangement of words on the board, other times it is via the tiles allocated to your virtual rack. The spelling is not always perfect – today’s is a case in point. I imagine the seemingly random allocation of tiles was driven by some religious zealot at Words With Friends HQ (with the limitations of not enough letters and no apostrophes). We’ve been warned, friends.
Life lessons from Words With Friends #17on March 24, 2012