Two of our founders, Bob and Frankly, have been playing SCRABBLE for years. They recently noticed a game had developed a theme and decided to try and play it out without straying from said theme. I think the result explains a lot about PoliNation. ::snerk::
I used to be part of their games until my puter got too far behind the trailing edge of technology. I’ve got a new-old puter, Daddy Buzz’s previously owned laptop that he outfitted for on-line gaming. I’m hoping it’ll be more than up to the challenge of dumb ol’ Facebook SCRABBLE! Now if I could just muster enough Hyphenated brain cells to get it set up …
added by PP:
BoB is too modest,but her husband posted new pictures of baby Kiran.
HOW COULD YOU NOT LOVE A FACE LIKE THAT? HE’S 10 WEEKS OLD!
(sorry,old friend…he’s just so adorable)
I just made FOUR words in one turn. 🙂 IODID was already there. I played the H, E and R.
This is a screenshot from a real game Bob is playing.
Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913.
I almost don’t mind getting clobbered by someone capable of a play this elegant!
H/t Bob EIEIOOO
My grandmother’s wedding gown was made of this stuff and so was the fancy undergarment with hand-made lace that we inherited from dh’s great-grandmother’s trousseau and the curtains my mom favored for privacy that she called ‘sheers’. I just never knew before today that this fabric was called BATISTE. So yay for SCRABBLE … I learned a new word and got 76 points for the BINGO.