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Tuesday, January 02, 2018

Back in November my youngest daughter talked me into participating in Words with Friends with her... now I feel I'm addicted. LOL. I have about 12 games going at this moment. Scrabble is and has always been one of my favorite board games... but tell me... how is ZA or SH a valid word but RV or OZ is not?! LOL!

Also, I found a Scattergories game... I love the "real" version of this game. I was up late the other night so I could win a tournament and get a special frame for my avatar. I got it, way over 100 rounds later, but now what... What was I thinking?

Then the last day of the year, my son convinced me to try out Animal Crossing, the camping one... I have to get to level 10 to expand my campsite!

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    Hoping you can enjoy the games you play, sounds like something I would have to do on the treadmill or something like that.
    436 days ago
  • LOSER05
    437 days ago
    I play words with friends! Let’s play!
    438 days ago
    I am so bad at online games. Sounds like you are having fun.
    442 days ago
    I'm as bad as you are, but I'm stuck on World of Solitaire online. One night I spent 3 hours playing! Limiting my playing time is one of my new goals.
    442 days ago
    I enjoy Words With Friends, too! Should I find you there?

    A lot of the words that I know from belly dance are usable: bindi, puja, fez, but then *so* many are not when I really want them to be: saz, sajat, zils, riq, doumbek.
    443 days ago
  • JUSTME29
    I choose not to download any of these types of games because I know how badly I will get sucked into them. I could lose hours in that sinkhole. I think they would be lots of fun, but I could see myself up and 2am on a weeknight saying "just one more...".
    443 days ago
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