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Wordle 227 3/6


Had four unique letters after 2 tries, solving was pretty easy.

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Wordle 228 2/6


I laughed as I typed the second line in because it was a family joke. Thought I was wasting a turn while trying out only three new letters… but it worked out!

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After the first two green letters, I had some ideas of what would work, ended up taking two tries.

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