(Darla may not be doing a game today, so I thought I would try one.)
Rules: You cannot add letters. You can only use English. You can
only change one letter.Ok—the game is on. Travel Scrabble. Keep it going!!! Change ONLY ONE letter of the last word posted and let’s see who gets stuck and can’t
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24 thoughts on “Fun Friday Scrabble”
Shoot, seriously? No one came by to play? SAD!!!!
(I helped! 😯 )
now how did that help?!? changing the letters around and then adding a letter violates all the rules of saintly behavior 🙂
So, I’m going back up to the other word and try something there to see if we can get unstuck.
How about dirt = girt
(cain’t come back with “grit” either.) [i know you were thinkin bout it]
i am needing you to explain how to play again..i am not understanding the directions..,,,mmmmmmm back to read them again! hahaha just love me! and yes we are going to see you this summer.. 🙂
how do i change one letter and not add one..
give me an example.. 🙂
on your first one you changed “bark” to “dark.” That is changing only one letter. Had you changed “bark” to “barks” that would have been adding a letter.
Now, change one letter in the word “girt” to make a new word.
I think he means one letter change, but same order of the other letters. For instance he went from ‘dirt’ to ‘girt’ because that kept the letter order with one changed letter. If he had gone from ‘dirt’ to ‘grit’ that would have changed one letter and reversed the order of the ‘ir.’
that being said, I’m not sure how to proceed.
(took care of both)
hahahahaha fun trying!
So, now we are working with two words. How fun!!
Ah ha ha ha ha!!!! (I can’t think of another word!)
haha. you so funny. 😀
bald, lard, band, bart, bars, barn, card, ward
maim, nail, pail, rail, sail, tail, wail, fail, bail, hail, mall, maid
(;P I had to. you know that. one competitive writer to another.)
(See how competitive I am!)
Ah ha ha ha!!!
Bahahahahahahaha!!!!!! You made me laugh out loud guys!!! 😀
hey dale! happy sunday!
Look at all the fun I missed in my own house!!! 😦
Busy and sick at the same time is not a good combination; but it is all coming together again in a good way.
Hope to get around to visiting the blogosphere soon.
Well, if you don’t make it our sphere, we’ll just have to visit yours again. 😉