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Tag Archives: scrabble
I have just spent the last hour copying out the 101 acceptable 2 letter words for Scrabble. to keep in the box with our score pad. I have also found the longest word consisting of all vowels EUOUAE : a … Continue reading
E I E I O (O O ) Hubby was in considerable pain after a trip to Wells yesterday which took over an hour to return from, so MOH and I played against each other while he had a rest. … Continue reading
MOH and I played two games of scrabble last night, and surprisingly I won both. It’s very difficult trying to get good scores when your tiles are either all vowels or all consonants, or worse, there is nothing to lay … Continue reading
MOH and I have played three games of scrabble and I have been well and truly hammered. OK, it’s his birthday today, but I just could not compete with his putting down 7 letters, and having 5 or 6 vowels … Continue reading
Tonight we are off to play Scrabble with MSM, our first for several weeks following my surgery and hers the week after for a hernia. It is chucking it down with rain at the moment, but according to the radar … Continue reading
Without cheating, do you know how many Es there are in a Scrabble board game? Or Gs, Is or Os? We have had a lovely evening with MSM and played three games, the second of which was our joint best. … Continue reading
Hubby and I are not competitive, not even when we play dominoes or cribbage with MOH (who is………….. terribly). Even when we play Scrabble, it’s not a case of winning or losing, but trying to better our joint score. Our … Continue reading