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My parents would gather around the kitchen table every Sunday morning for a long afternoon of Scrabble. I remember heated debates about words, that for my young mind, were foreign. I’d traipse into the kitchen in pursuit of a warm chocolate chip cookie or gooey brownie my mom had baked and see their fingers searching the dictionary and Thesaurus.
These days, Mom and Dad can throw out the giant unabridged dictionary thanks to Blogmybrain and their Scrabble Word Finder.
Like my childhood kitchen table, Scrabble has been a popular family game for a long time. With the explosion of social networks and mobile devices, the popularity of the game has reached new heights as now friend, families, and even strangers can play Scrabble without having to physically be in the same place.
We all know how a scrabble game can turn into a competitive feud among players, and along with it the need for seeking external help. Some old-fashion players would look for words in a dictionary, and the young players would turn to technology and use an online word finder. In recent years, the search volume for scrabble cheat or scrabble word finder surpasses the search volume for car seats!
With the BlogmyBrain widget, it embeds easily making it convenient to come back to again and again for a new word or even if you’re stuck in a Scrabble game.
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