Mega Giveaway Day 10 – Wordsy Card Game

Mega Giveaway Day 10 – Wordsy Card Game

Word has it that today is Day 10 of our 150+ Days of Giveaway. Or maybe I should have said “Wordsy has it…” because that’s today’s prize! Formal Ferret Games is allowing us to give away a copy of their Wordsy game to one of our readers. Will it be you? Are you a word game person? Wordsy has some unique rules so if word games aren’t your thing, read a little about it before closing the book on the idea of adding it to your game shelf! While we don’t have a word game gift guide, this game was featured in this morning’s guide to card games. While you’re entering the giveaway, if you happen to be on one of the sponsor’s social channels, please leave a note to thank them for participating in our holiday promotion. Without the sponsors, we wouldn’t have these prizes to give away! See you tomorrow when you come back for more entry options!

150+ Days of Giveaways – Day 10 – Wordsy Game


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Founder and owner of, Nicole has been involved in social media marketing since 2007. She has partnered with a number of major corporations who utilized her skills to improve their social media outreach and online presence. Nicole has worked closely with brands such as Netflix, Nintendo, Domino's and Disney, has been featured in McDonald's videos as well as Maria Bailey's book "Power Moms". Always a SAHM (stay-at-home-mom) and mother of two amazing daughters, if you can't find Nicole, she is probably somewhere being an advocate for playing board games.

54 comments on «Mega Giveaway Day 10 – Wordsy Card Game»

  1. Heather Bridson says:

    I feel people overuse lol.. it shouldn’t be in general speech.

  2. Ryan McLean says:

    Most overused word(s): like, literally, love (joking on the last one, thought it sounded good).

  3. Debbie Erickson says:

    I think people overuse the word “literally”

  4. Susan Stickney says:


  5. Carl Laird says:


  6. Ritchie says:


  7. Trey LaCaze says:


  8. Caroline Lennek says:

    The word “decimate” actually means to eliminate 1 in 10. Not only is this word overused, it is misused.

  9. Donald Wayman says:


  10. Andrew W. says:

    “Like” used to be the most overused, but now? “literally” for sure.

  11. Sherrie Cruson says:

    I hear the work ‘Like’ being used as a filler word in conversations way too often.

  12. JM says:

    Literally. I literally hear this word every single day.

  13. amy guillaume linderman says:

    i cannot stand hearing the word “whatever”

  14. Katrina Weiss says:


  15. brody says:


  16. Jenna M Niel says:

    I like totally over use the word like!

  17. Brandi Paschal says:

    Like and no

  18. Deanna S says:

    Seriously…….(seriously, though) 🙂

  19. D. May says:

    Most overused word? “Just”… as in…

    I’m just about ready.
    Just 5 minutes more.
    It’s just for two hours.

  20. Darlene Owen says:

    I think they use the word = whatever – too often.

  21. Karen Rosenick says:

    OMG or SMH

  22. Michael Shea says:


  23. Rena says:

    Like, totally, and literally

  24. Jeremy S says:

    I’m going to go with “Literally”.

  25. Kim Davis says:

    the word literally

  26. Lesley F says:

    You know drives me nuts

  27. Melissa Mazzur says:

    I think people say ok way too much!

  28. Bill Kennedy says:

    Literally, Like, and Um.

  29. jan says:

    I would like to hear the end of ‘blessed’.

  30. Susan,TN says:

    I guess it would be a tie between “Like” “Whatever” and “OMG”. I could go a day without hearing these & others..

  31. Julie G says:

    I think people say ‘right?!’, and ‘i know, right?!’ too much!

  32. Carly says:


  33. Stephanie Shipley says:

    I think people overuse the word “like.”

  34. Katrina P says:

    I don’t know about being overused, as must as used incorrectly… and ‘literally’.

  35. Deanna McCoy says:

    Like, awesome, right, that

  36. Eric Shearer says:

    Whenever. Especially when it is referring to a single time.

  37. Rick M says:


  38. Sarah Kirk says:

    People overuse “epic” and “literally”,,,drives me insane!



  40. Joanna Sisk says:


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  42. Scott Anthony says:

    People that say “right” after every sentence.

  43. Elizabeth H. says:


  44. Joy Venters says:

    “yeah” if it’s just one word

    “ya know” if two words

  45. Hesper Fry says:

    Definitely the word “like”.

  46. kathy pease says:

    I say honestly a lot

  47. Brian R says:


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