Scrabble has cleared about 300 new words for your gaming enjoyment
Scrabble’s one of those games that always seems to lead to a fight. That’s why it’s handy to have a Scrabble Dictionary app loaded into your mobile. It’s the ultimate fight extinguisher, and now there are 300 or so new words to choose from. Here are some of the newly added words that can land you multitudes of points:
- Ew (defined as an expression of disgust)
- Bestie (a best friend)
- Hivemind (a large number of people with shared opinions)
- Puggle (breed of dog – pug and beagle)
- Nubber (tool for holding the short end of a cigar)
- Twerk (a dance that involves squatting and shaking your butt)
- Zomboid (a will-less and speechless human)
- Sheeple (people who act like sheep – used mainly by douches on social media who think you care about their political opinions)
- Botnet (private computer network infected with malware)
Source: NBC News
Six Flags in Missouri is challenging Halloween-lovers to stay overnight in a coffin for a total of 30 hours.
Could you do it?
If you’re really into getting spooked, Six Flags in St. Louis, Missouri has the perfect Halloween challenge for you. As part of the park’s Fright Fest, they’re offering $300, free ride tickets and two Gold Season Passes to six lucky people. All you have to do is spend 30 hours inside a six-foot coffin.
You don’t have to brave it alone, for the most part – competitors are allowed to invite a guest to keep them company during the park’s operating hours… but you’ll have to last the night by yourself. Coffin dwellers will also be given a bathroom break every hour, and will be fed from their “bed,” too. Not only that, but the coffin comes with a phone charging station and you’re allowed to bring a pillow and blankets for a more comfortable stay.
Feeling up to the challenge? Horror fans 18 years and older can fill out the Coffin Challenge registration form HERE. Registration for the October 13th event ends on October 4th and must accept by the end of the day on October 6th.
Source: Daily Mail