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  1. God morning Mary. Every morning I play
    Wordle, Wordle2, and canuckle, all word games and they stretch my brain. I love words and word games are perfect. In the evening I do a crossword puzzle, and that concludes my game playing except for online bridge. In the people world I play scrabble when the opportunity presents. I think we are very fortunate to have all of these opportunities.

  2. I cannpt figure it out–though I’ve tried–I do crossword puzzles every morning with pen and paper;)))
    Guess i am a bit old-fashioned here…;))) hugs, Julierose

  3. Hi Mary! I love Wordle. I look at it every night with my Bestie. It took us five guesses yesterday. I can’t imagine how many people get it in one guess!! I never heard of Wordle2 but another fun one that we do is 7littlewords.com. They are fun! {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

  4. I have been enjoying Wordle too. I also enjoy that it’s just a common word (for those not playing: it’s common words like chair, skirt, etc). I was a bit put off by their choice of words yesterday (rupee). Did you get it? I have been watching to see how it changes since New York Times bought it….I hope they aren’t going to start using uncommon words like that. 🙄

  5. I certainly don’t need one more thing to take up time, but I do play scrabble every day. And I have the new calendar puzzle game that I play every day. I like word games, too.

  6. It took me a while to jump onto the Wordle bandwagon but I’m hooked now! I also do the Canadian version (Canuckle) and a different word puzzle called 4 Pics 1 Word – it’s challenging in a different way. I try to not spend more than a few minutes each day playing but some of the games can get addictive!

  7. I haven’t gotten into Wordle yet, but I do like word games so I’m sure it’s just a matter of time.

  8. I wordle too. When it was compared to the logic game MasterMind, I couldn’t wait to get started! I save it until the evening, but recently my morning game (Word Bubbles) updated and added their version of this to the daily games (so I get to play twice!) I managed once to guess the word in one try, but it was only because it happened to be one of my 3 go-to start-off words. Currently 40 for 40, with 4-5 tries being my usual success rate.

  9. There are other Wordle games that you can do as many as you want not just one time a day ..what word is the one I have ..

  10. How nice. So many playing Wordle. My daughter and I play. I like the connection it gives us.

  11. I got today’s in two, no idea how that happened! I also play Wordly, which is the same thing. We were 5alk8ng to a woman at church this week who said there’s a similar game called Worldle in which you identify countries. I would be so bad at that!

  12. I got 3 today, too! Almost 2, but, hey… I compete with my husband, too. We wait for each other to be available, and then he almost always beats me to the answer. It’s a great game!

  13. I tried today’s and got it in 3. My husband does it and I help when required. I am usually competent at word games but haven’t committed to wordle because I am too competitive.

  14. I love Wordle! Wordle2 is a 6-letter version that posts twice a day! I love that version too. Going to check out the Canadian version that was mentioned… thanks, commenters!

  15. Is it an app? Or do I just enter Canuckle the same way we do for Wordle, and it will show up?

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