Twitter is the birthplace of many a gem account. From the meme handles to ridiculous initiatives like Big Ben (@big_ben_clock) -- the success of which rests solely on tweets reading varying repetitions of “BONG BONG BONG” like the clock -- we truly do not deserve this platform.
Most recently, I found Wheel of Fortune Answers (@wofanswers), and let me be the first to say that I needed a few minutes to gather myself before sharing the handle with anyone else. It looks like the account just started on June 4, their first tweet kicking things off with an unfortunate fate for the Lewises of the world.
The premise is basic: Take half-finished puzzles from "Wheel of Fortune" and fill them in. So simple, but so, so good.
Allow me to present the best puzzles of this holy page.
Besides being just ridiculous enough for the humor to catch you off guard, the best part of these is when it’s obvious that whatever the “completed” puzzle reads isn’t actually possible based on the letters that are already on the board. The trolls of the world feel it’s necessary to point this fact out to whoever’s behind the account, to which our mastermind simply replies, “No.”
No room for the buzzkills here!