Today’s Wordle Review: March 25, 2023
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Wordle 644 6/6
Every morning, I measure my self-worth by playing Wordle. If I succeed in deducing the correct answer, it feels like not finding my name in the obituary; I am free to continue the rest of my day.
But if I don’t solve the puzzle, I consider myself unfit for the proper society and unworthy of public transport. I can feel the contempt in my dog’s eyes.
At this point, you may be wondering if my problems extend beyond Wordle. My answer is: YES.
My elaborate Wordle tactics are modeled after those used by British cryptanalysts at Bletchley Park during World War II, so please don’t feel bad if you can’t keep up. Roughly speaking, it is:
First, I started with a word with three vowels.
Next, I choose a second word with a fairly common consonant blend, such as CH, TH, or GR.
Finally: Wing it.
During that time, my hot temper was constantly changing, as demonstrated in the example below.
I start with a word with three vowels: OUTSIDE. I continued with a word containing a consonant mixture: PERCH. I don’t know why I chose this word. No, I don’t fish.
Now, with just two letters found – out of place – and with the little confidence I lost, I hit my guts: LOWER.
For the first time, my low self-esteem paid off: _O_ER.
I was starting to feel complacent, and so my fourth attempt was a FIGHT. A mistake. Humble enough and with only two chances left, I felt like a GO, and followed it. Another mistake.
Only one chance left. When this happens, and it often does, I try to imagine a mind combined with Wordle’s powers. Do they feel crooked (IONIC, anyone?)? Or are they feeling too kind (CLOTH)?
On this day, I decided that they were civic, and I chose the correct answer: Vote.
“I got it!” I showed it to my dog, he just shook his head and looked away.
From today is VOTER. According to Webster’s New World University Dictionaryit is a noun that describes someone who has the power to choose between candidates or decide on a proposal or resolution—especially someone who actually votes.
Stats for today
From today is Moderately challenging because of its uncommon first letter.
Although the word does not have a repeating letter today, the remaining letters allow for many potential configurations, which makes the removal process somewhat dangerous.
Our featured artist
Mark Pernice is an award-winning illustrator, art director, and designer. He runs the multidisciplinary design studio OOO with his creative direction partner, Elana Schlenker. Pernice injects her personality and style into her brand illustrations using a variety of details, textures, and messages. “I am not interested in creating clear illustrations and I do not want to use too much visual unless there is something interesting or mysterious,” he said in an interview. with That’s great.
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