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This Wheel of Fortune Parody Accounts Attempts to Solve the Puzzle are Amazing

With over 6,000 episodes aired, Wheel of Fortune is the longest-running syndicated game show in the United States. The core game is based on Hangman and each round features a category and blank word puzzle. It’s easy to understand and fun to play along with the contestants.

On Twitter—where commentary and pop culture go hand in hand—a parody account called Wheel Of Fortune Answers (@wofanswers) has amassed over 133,000 followers since launching this June. It’s silly, it’s irreverent, it’s Twitter.

Indeed, some of the responses don’t make ‘technical sense’ since some of the letters used in the joke response already appear on the board. So be forewarned, you’re going to have to suspend your disbelief in order to enjoy the random musings of a parody Twitter account.

But if you can get over the fact that the rules of the game are stretched, you may find yourself chuckling at one or two of the solve attempts below. For more check out @wofanswers on Twitter.

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Read more: http://twistedsifter.com/2018/06/wheel-of-fortune-fake-answers-twitter-parody-account/



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