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Fantasy Premier League: Gameweek 37 Review

Fantasy Premier League: Gameweek 37 Review

Written by @NiallHawthorne

When 2017 draws to an end in just 7 months time (I know, where does the time go, eh?. 1,005 more words

Player Selection

1,672 Point Word Sends Local Words With Friends Player's Self Esteem Plummeting

AUSTIN, TX- Local teen Tina Lawar could reportedly feel her self esteem plummeting as she opened the popular app “Words With Friends” to see the word “oxyphenbutazone”, which had racked up a grand total of 1,672 points. 144 more words

Humor

Asking for Help

Many of us don’t like to ask for help because we feel it is a sign of our being weak, confused and vulnerable. From an early age we are taught that we should be self-reliant and capable of handling every task and situation that comes along. 384 more words

An Unfinished Game

Politics connected us, provided conversation.
We’d never met, and still, I wept the day
That Richard died.

I became friends with a fascinating man on Facebook through a Liberal group we’d gravitated to before this past election. 243 more words

Commentary

The Ultimate Life Lesson I Learned from Scrabble

I’m pretty sure I either made you chuckle or raise your brows with that title, eh? But it’s true. The best life lesson I learned in my life so far, I learned it from playing Scrabble. 409 more words

Teen

L is for Lambert...without a capital

One night when my wife and I were propped up in bed, playing Words with Friends™, the online version of Scrabble™, I found that the seven letters in my hand, ALRTMEB, spelled my married surname: Lambert. 550 more words

Authors

S-A-D Day. Words with Friends Anyone?

It’s Scrabble Day.  Celebrated by millions, this game was invented in 1938 by Alfred Mosher Butts and is so popular it’s sold in 121 countries and 29 languages.   414 more words

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