Wordle 320, I have a bone to pick with you. It isn’t that you required five guesses. Nor is it that you didn’t you semi-vowels though you gave several indicators. That’s one me. My issue with Wordle 320 is that the Wordle isn’t a noun, verb, adjective, or adverb. Instead it’s either a proper noun or, more likely intended, colloquial slang. That’s it! Game over! Tables should be flipped. Nothing is sacred. Wordle will not be the same.
It should be well known how I started this puppy. Adieu is my go to word and it gave me a green E. I got cagey. Really thinking. I even went back and checked past answers for Foyer which was sixteen Wordles ago.
Eventually, I went with Lover everything except the L and the V went green. I went with Goner next, even though it wasn’t my first choice. Followed by Mower which had been. That M turned yellow.
Now, at some point in time earlier in this Wordle, the word Homer had crossed my mind. Around the time that Mower had. Mower had smelled of weathered metal, cut grass, and sweat which is not what The Times smells like. Homer on the other hand was either a proper noun or slang. Neither of which, to the best of my recollection, have made an appearance before.
Today is Wordle’s 2020.