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I'm now playing on the Wordfeud! #1 (permalink) Sun Sep 06, 2015 6:52 am   I'm now playing on the Wordfeud!
 

Dear all Ex-parts.

I'm now playing on the Wordfeud scrabble game online. If you desire to beat me hard, your're most welcome.

Mr. Kyaw Min Lwin, Black Knight, Steelnlace, Heavensix. All me. You know that don't you?

Ahav hav hav.
Steelnlace
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I'm now playing on the Wordfeud! #2 (permalink) Mon Sep 07, 2015 23:07 pm   I'm now playing on the Wordfeud!
 

Steelnlace wrote:
Mr. Kyaw Min Lwin, Black Knight, Steelnlace, Heavensix. All me. You know that don't you?

Yes, we know that! All you :-) But Heavensix? I'm new here and I haven't met him yet.

Never mind, I downloaded the game on the phone anyway, but I don't think I can compete with any of y'all :-(
I haven't played Scrabble for real, ever in my life. I just made an idea of it, long time ago.
So, who is less expert from all of you? Just in case.
:-)
Monica28
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I'm now playing on the Wordfeud! #3 (permalink) Sat Sep 12, 2015 13:23 pm   I'm now playing on the Wordfeud!
 

My dear Monicalisa,

Heavensix is the eldest. Older than that bloke. And cutest of all.
I played scrabble since I was 20.( very late for international standard ) . And I played poker a lot.

In my opinion, scrabble is something like playing poker in words.
It's truly a mind game as well. You need a lot of self control in it. Mind you, your greed happily kills you.
It's a game for brainsmen as well I sink.

But as I well know about your language calibre , I feel that you will beat me just like that.

I started playing it again and my best one word score is 96 points for a word, by putting 'zoom in the triple score. linked za and zoom together.

All my English ( if you say I'm not bad ) is resulted from ETN thanks to Torsten and his guys.

See you on the Arena. Oh we can chit chat as well.

It's a real Cool! game. Unless I wouldn't waste my time.

If you come in, please use your nick on ETN. Then I know you people are from the great ETN. I would have good time to entertain you.

Luvluv my dear.
Steelnlace
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I'm now playing on the Wordfeud! #4 (permalink) Sat Sep 12, 2015 13:46 pm   I'm now playing on the Wordfeud!
 

it is good to play scrabble while everybody is cheating everybody, and everyone is killing everyone. Less sin, eh?

Your good old god is watching you!

Politics always kills. Even the children playing on the beach.

Oops.
Steelnlace
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I'm now playing on the Wordfeud! #5 (permalink) Sat Sep 12, 2015 14:03 pm   I'm now playing on the Wordfeud!
 

Crazy two-letter words for you.

AA rough jagged lava found in Hawaiian volcanos
AB an abdominal muscle
AD short form of advertisement
AE one (Scots.)
AG agriculture
AH (verb) to say "Ah" for joy etc
AI a three-toed South American sloth
AL an East Indian tree
AM a present tense of the verb be
AN a form of the indefinite article
AR the letter "R"
AS to that extent
AT in the position of
AW exclamation of disappointment
AX (verb) to work on with an axe
AY an affirmative vote (also AYE)
BA the eternal spirit in Egyptian mythology
BE (verb) to exist
BI a bisexual person
BO Amer. slang for friend
BY near; a side issue (pl. BYS)
CH English dial. for I
DA a Burmese heavy knife
DE preposition meaning of or from, in names
DI a plural of deus (a god)
DO (verb) to achieve; a celebration (pl. DOS)
EA a river (dial.)
ED education
EE Scots. dial. for eye (pl. EEN)
EF the letter "F"
EH (verb) to say "Eh" for surprise etc
EL an elevated railway
EM a printer's measure
EN a printer's measure, half of an EM
ER an expression of hesitation
ES+ the letter "S"
ET a past tense of eat
EX+ the letter "X"
FA a musical note
FE a Hebrew letter
FY an interj. expressing disgust (also FIE)
GI a judo or karate costume
GO (verb) to depart; a Japanese board game (pl. GOS)
GU a simple violin used in Shetland (also GJU, GUE)
HA an exclamation of surprise
HE a male
HI an exclamation of greeting
HM interj. expressing thoughtful consideration
HO interj. calling attention
ID part of the psyche
IF a condition
IN (verb) to harvest
IO a cry of joy
IS a present tense of be
IT impersonal pronoun
JA yes
JO+ a sweetheart
KA (verb) to serve (also KAE)
KI the spirit of Japanese martial art, see QI
KO a Maori digging stick
KY cows (also KYE)
LA a musical note
LI a Chinese distance unit
LO look, behold
MA mother
ME a musical note (also MI)
MI same as ME, above
MM exclamation of satisfaction
MO a moment
MU a Greek letter
MY belonging to me
NA interj. of disbelief
NE arch. form of not
NO a no vote (pl. also NOES)
NU a Greek letter
NY+ (verb) to approach (pl. also NYS)
OB an objection
OD a mystic universal force
OE a grandchild in Scotland (also OY, OYE)
OF belonging to
OH (verb) to exclaim "Oh" for surprise
OI interj. calling attention
OM a syllable intoned as part of a mantra
ON to go on
OO wool (Scots.)
OP an abstract art style
OR the heraldic colour gold
OS+ a bone
OU a bloke
OW interj. expressing pain
OX+ a mammal with hooves
OY same as OE, above
PA father
PE a Hebrew letter (also PEH)
PI (verb) to jumble or disorder (pr.p. PIEING, PIING)
PO a chamber pot
QI a Chinese life force
RE a musical note
SH interj. requesting silence
SI a musical note
SO a musical note (also SOH)
ST an exclamation of impatience
TA thanks
TE a musical note
TI a small tree
TO as far as
UG (verb) to cause hatred
UH interj. expressing disbelief
UM interj. of hesitation
UN one
UP (verb) to increase
your interj. expressing hesitation
US a third person pronoun
UT a musical note
WE a third person pronoun
WO a curse
XI a Greek letter
XU a Vietnamese coin (pl. XU)
YA you
YE you
YO a call for effort
YU precious jade
ZA contraction of "pizza"
ZO a Himalayan cross between a yak and a cow (also DZO, DSO, ZHO, DZHO)

Only serious people can be queens and kings. ( Copyright : Heavensix of Burma )
Steelnlace
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I'm now playing on the Wordfeud! #6 (permalink) Sun Sep 13, 2015 15:28 pm   I'm now playing on the Wordfeud!
 

Thank you for the words!
I'm in.
I'm playing with somebody already.
See you!
Monica28
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I'm now playing on the Wordfeud! #7 (permalink) Fri Sep 18, 2015 15:43 pm   I'm now playing on the Wordfeud!
 

Monica28 wrote:
Thank you for the words!
I'm in.
I'm playing with somebody already.
See you!

I'm now playing as Mr. Kyaw Min Lwin, mind you I'm not that bad.

I'll invite you my dear friend. Oh I use a lot words I've learned from ETN.

Have fun. luvluv.
Steelnlace
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I'm now playing on the Wordfeud! #8 (permalink) Fri Sep 18, 2015 16:50 pm   I'm now playing on the Wordfeud!
 

Haha, I always do the best choices!
because I already sent invitations!
...to Steelnlace and Heaxensix of course,
never to Mr. Kyaw Min Lwin...
:-)
Monica28
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I'm now playing on the Wordfeud! #9 (permalink) Fri Sep 18, 2015 16:57 pm   I'm now playing on the Wordfeud!
 

Oh dear, I've invited you monica28 just now.
Anyhow I can find you.

And some gifts for you.

High Scorers
2 Letter Words

AX 9
BY 7
EX 9
HM 7
JO 9
MY 7
OX 9
XI 9
XU 9
3 Letter Words

JIZ 19
ZEK 16
FEZ 15
FIZ 15
PYX 15
WIZ 15
BEZ 14
BIZ 14
COZ 14
CUZ 14
KEX 14
ZAP 14
ZIP 14
4 Letter Words

CHEZ 18
COZY 18
FOZY 19
HAZY 19
JAZZ 19
JEEZ 20
JEUX 18
JINX 18
JOKY 18
MAZY 18
QOPH 18
QUIZ 22
WHIZ 19
ZYME 18
5 Letter Words

JACKY 21
JAZZ Y 23
JIFFY 21
JUNKY 21
QUAKY 21
ZAPPY 21
ZAXES 21
ZINKY 21
COZEY 19
CRAZY 19
ENZYM 19
FURZY 20
FUZZY 19
HAFIZ 20
HAMZA 19
JAMMY 19
JEMMY 19
JERKY 19
JIMMY 19
JIMPY 19
JOKEY 19
JUMPY 19
KUDZU 19
KYLIX 19
QOPHS 19
QUACK 20
QUAFF 20
QUICK 20
QUIFF 20
WHIZZ 19
WOOZY 20
ZILCH 19
ZINCY 19
ZIPPY 21
ZYMES 19
6 Letter Words

BLOWZY 23
EXEQUY 25
FROWZY 24
HAMZAH 23
MUZHIK 24
MUZJIK 28
QUARTZ 24
QUEAZY 27
QUEZAL 24
SCHIZY 23
WHEEZY 24
ZEBECK 23
ZEPHYR 23
ZINCKY 24

7 Letter Words

ASPHYXY 75
BEZIQUE 77
CAZIQUE 77
JAZZILY 75
JEZEBEL 75
JUKEBOX 77
KOLHOZY 76
MEZQUIT 77
MUZHIKS 75
MUZJIKS 79
PACKWAX 75
QUETZAL 75
QUEZALS 75
QUICKLY 75
QUIZZED 75
SOVKHOZ 76
SQUEEZE 75
SQUIFFY 75
ZINKIFY 76
ZOMBIFY 76
ZYMURGY 75

See you then!
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I'm now playing on the Wordfeud! #10 (permalink) Fri Sep 18, 2015 16:59 pm   I'm now playing on the Wordfeud!
 

You know Obama and the Queen love playing scrabble, they say.

Oops.
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I'm now playing on the Wordfeud! #11 (permalink) Fri Sep 18, 2015 17:15 pm   I'm now playing on the Wordfeud!
 

If they play, then we should try too!
:-)
I don't see your invitation, so I sent one to you.
Monica28
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I'm now playing on the Wordfeud! #12 (permalink) Sun Sep 20, 2015 3:37 am   I'm now playing on the Wordfeud!
 

Monica28 wrote:
If they play, then we should try too!
:-)
I don't see your invitation, so I sent one to you.

I'm kinda crazy jungly researcher, seeing is believing?

BBC 11 Sept.2015

Over 60 years later, itís still being played avidly by amateurs and pros alike. Itís played in jail and by the British Royal Family (the Duchess of Cambridge says that she and the Duke are so competitive one of them generally flounces off midway through). President Obama plays with his sister and Jennifer Aniston, Oprah and Dustin Hoffman are all said to be keen.

Let's torture words ( in order ) to nurture our brain cells.

Luvluv.

Steelnlace
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I'm now playing on the Wordfeud! #13 (permalink) Sun Sep 20, 2015 3:50 am   I'm now playing on the Wordfeud!
 

You can say you don't care if you win or lose at Scrabble, but you may very well be in the minority. Even President Barack Obama, one of United States' most high-profile Scrabble enthusiasts, isn't above boasting about his wins. "It's his favorite game to play," said White House communications director Robert Gibbs in a 2008 interview reported in The Independent. "He'll play with his family and particularly his sister. And the winner gets bragging rights for a long, long time" [source: McSmith].

And Obama's not the only famous Scrabble devotee. President Richard Nixon was an avid player. So is actor Mel Gibson, who plays the game while waiting on the movie set. Author Vladimir Nabokov, famous for his novel "Lolita," was a skilled player. Even Queen Elizabeth II is reported to enjoy a royal game of Scrabble [source: McSmith].

Me, the jungly researcher. Ahav hav hav.



Mr. Torsten should sell scrabble on ETN and become Bill at the Gate the Second.
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I'm now playing on the Wordfeud! #14 (permalink) Sun Sep 20, 2015 4:03 am   I'm now playing on the Wordfeud!
 

Positioning and Differentiation , they call it in marketing.

Have fun, luvluv.
Steelnlace
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I'm now playing on the Wordfeud! #15 (permalink) Wed Sep 23, 2015 22:11 pm   I'm now playing on the Wordfeud!
 

Steelnlace wrote:
I'm now playing as Mr. Kyaw Min Lwin, mind you I'm not that bad.

Not that bad, you're right, because 133 points with one single word is not that bad, I'd say :-)

... considering that I reached a total of 352 points in the end of the game today which was the top-score for me after 4 matches ...

I want to tell to our friends on the Forum that
Wordfeud is a catchy game and for us is not a simple game. It's a good mean of keeping up our English vocabulary. The rules of the game are simple and explained in Help option and all we need is to install the game, find a player, start a match and the rest is practice.
It's not easy (for me) to earn 352 points so it's challenging but also pleasant and entertaining.

Who else wants to join?
We are two now: a "not that bad" one and a bad one.
The bad one is Monicalissa, in case there's somebody interested.
Mr. Kyaw Min Lwin is a maestro, I can tell that, for those who want to play good quality games.

This is it.
:-)
Monica28
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