Each family has different communication habits. There are some who don’t speak to each other more than once in a while, others who call or greet each other often on social networks, and there are also those who exchange all kinds of messages on a routine basis, such as their Wordle score .
This gives rise to several anecdotes, such as what happened in Chicago with Denyse Holt, 80 years old. The old lady spends some time every day playing the game of fashion, so fashionable that she has bought it The New York Times. This person found that someone broke into her house in the middle of the night.
The intruder was a naked, bloodied man armed with scissors. After saying that he would not hurt her, he locked her in a basement bathroom , according to CNET.
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Meredith Holt-Caldwell, the old woman’s daughter, alerted the police when she was surprised that her mother not only did not read her messages, she had not shared her Wordle score either, as had become the custom.
It all ended with a SWAT team entering the house and shooting the kidnapper with a stun gun. According to reports, it seems that he has mental health problems. In any case, he now faces multiple chargesfor trespassing with a dangerous weapon, aggravated kidnapping for carrying a weapon, and assault on an officer.
If it weren’t for Wordle, the daughter would surely have found out about the old woman’s problems in another way, but this event shows how the viral game has become part of life of all kinds of people. Something positive in addition to being an entertainment that serves to make the players think.
It’s nice that all went well with the kidnapping, I’m sure they’ll soon be back in the familiar routine of sharing Wordle’s score.