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    The Matrix: Rebooted

    Fail. Proper nouns don’t count in Scrabble.

    Stormhold

    You beat me to it. That was my first thought too.

    tiki god

    sounds like you’re the type that gets kicked out of scrabble halls.

    HoChunk

    Would “shoggoth” work?

    natedog

    well, first of all, shoggoth has 8 letters, so you would have to work for it.

    also, it is not a word

    HoChunk

    Here’s some more simple math: Don’t try to milk a joke that you don’t even get.

    Demon

    I FUCKING LOVE SCRABBLE!

    TheLotusEater725

    WE HAVE SOMETHING IN COMMON. I WILL NOW ATTEMPT TO HIT ON YOU. Hey did your legs get tired when you fell out of heaven?

    rebelyell2006

    Awesome pickup line for quadriplegics.

    goatsgomoo

    And amputees.

    Demon

    Lotus, we`d have a blast playing stoned dirty Scrabble!

    driver01z

    I lol’d

    Demon

    On Oct. 12, in the basement of a Unitarian church on the town green in Lexington, Mass., a carpenter named Michael Cresta scored 830 points in a game of Scrabble. His opponent, Wayne Yorra, who works at a supermarket deli counter, totaled 490 points. The two men set three records for sanctioned Scrabble in North America: the most points in a game by one player (830), the most total points in a game (1,320), and the most points on a single turn (365, for Cresta’s play of QUIXOTRY).
    www.slate.com/id/2152255

    Stormhold

    Yup. We Unitarian Universalists are just that good…

    Demon

    Also, this-
    Email Scrabble.Net: The best program on the net for playing scrabble through email.
    www.emailscrabble.net/

    Demon

    Oops, second link above, not the first one.

    Silverwolf

    Actually, the names of Elder Gods and other mythos creatures can be used as verbs, nouns or adjectives since they are amorphous, chaotic beings of churning insanity, and the conventional linguistic laws of puny mortals do not apply to them.

    For example, you may say “I shoggothed her Cthulhu so damn Yog-Sothoth, she couldn’t Dagon for a whole Nyarlathotep.” It is both legal in Scrabble and grammatically correct, and all who disagree will be devoured by the servants of Azathoth.

    driver01z

    FHTAGN IA R’LYEH GLASTNOST PARASTROIKA DAGON BLAGAGH VUNDERBAR! That is all.