Is sharing Wordle squares on Twitter a sign of competitiveness? Cleverness? Is there a secret message? Please help this laggard me understand!
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Replying to @sikujuiwewe

Jan 16, 2022 Β· 9:23 AM UTC

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I claim the record for most rapid embarrassed deletion of my share of my first Wordle πŸ˜‡. In my case, had had pathetic big-head urge to share a brilliant first (and to be last) go πŸ™„
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I don't get it and I can't be bothered to work it out. A bit like The Times crossword.
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You have to go to the website to try to play to "get it" ... I thought for ages it was like moving the blocks or the squares were somehow clues/part of the puzzle (not results) ... Here, in case you didn't have the link. (Whispers, join uuuussss!)powerlanguage.co.uk/wordle/
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I assumed it was the Wordle APP but that seems like a different game.