Twitter might not be the first social media platform people think of when it comes to word searches. After all, it’s so easy to share puzzles with friends on Facebook, and Pinterest is full of word search printables. But as these tweets demonstrate, any word search fan can find a community on Twitter. Here are some recent great tweets about word searches.
The power of word searches have tempted me away from my thesis. I have never been more heavily distracted in my life
— Ashley Asha (@ArjuneAshley) August 8, 2018
Work is important… but this is understandable.
How’d you lot do your word searches, tryna prove a point
— Anisah R (@thathijabigiirl) July 27, 2018
How do you solve your printed word searches? Let us know in the comments!
Words in word searches that are like ONE letter away from being the word that you need to find should be illegal
— ᴹᵉᵉᵖ ? (@meganmeep_beep) August 8, 2018
These are known as “decoy words” or “red herrings.” They’re not fun, but they can improve your spelling.
My uncle spent his life doing sudoku. My aunt spent hers doing word searches. Theirs was a happy marriage. Seriously, never a crossword between them.
— The Daily Joker (@TheDailyJoker1) July 31, 2018
There probably would have been had they visited Crossword Hobbyist!
Word searches ?
— ? (@C_Thing5) July 30, 2018
Crossword puzzles, Word Searches, or adult coloring books helps (gives my anxious mind something constructive but also relaxing to focus on) . ^_^
— Lady Nevermore ???????? (@Lady_Nevermore) July 29, 2018
Doctors and researchers support this statement. By giving an anxious person a source of “positive stress” to redirect their anxiety, it can calm it.
If you don’t start your morning by listening to the Mamma Mia! Soundtrack and doing word searches was it even worth waking up?
— Lil’ Buffalo (@JaclynComparoni) August 7, 2018
We don’t have an answer to that, but we do have this great Mamma Mia! word search for you! #worldscollide
Bubbles: I like word searches
Me: do you?
B: it’s like hide & seek with words – and it feels good when you find them
Like mother like daughter
— Dr Emma Sutton (@emmalgsutton) July 27, 2018
i came home to a bunch of word searches laying around and my grandparents said “we were waiting for you to come home from work to do these with you!” ??? pic.twitter.com/kaMwRCGHzV
— rave mom (@ashxxy) 12 April 2018
Both of these stories are so sweet!
Tips for anyone who has dyslexia:
Word searches really help as it allows your brain to remember a spelling by doing constant searching for a word. The first few times are tough but after a while it’s easy ✌?
— Kelly Harris (@harris2478kelly) July 28, 2018
I got this book of word searches. I feel like a kid again.
— #kährl (@vocalvulary) August 5, 2018
Did you know that nostalgia is good for you? Boost your health with more word searches!
Jury Duty: “How Many Word Searches Can You Do In Five Hours?” #jurydutysubtitles
— Mr. McGrain (@MrMcGrain) August 6, 2018
Mr. McGrain wasn’t selected for jury duty that day. Otherwise, we would have expected concrete numbers. The real question is, could he have made as many word searches as he solved in five hours?
Pro tip: Environmental word searches make great bounty hunter name generators. pic.twitter.com/ifDbTM0j8s
— Cory Loftis (@CoryLoftis) 27 September 2017
Pro tip to all of you sci-fi writers out there.
High key addicted to word searches
— ??MUVA?⚕️ (@_theMadre) August 7, 2018
Us, too, @_theMadre.
Once you’ve made or solved a word search at My Word Search, don’t forget to share it on Twitter! It’s a great way to share your creation and challenge friends to see who can solve them first. Then, follow us for more great tweets about word searches. And of course, this post would be incomplete without a word search about Twitter. So enjoy!
Kristen Seikaly used her artistic background, research skills, and love for the internet to launch her first blog, Operaversity. Now she uses the skills to connect teachers, parents, and game enthusiasts with Crossword Hobbyist and My Word Search. She studied music at the University of Michigan, and now lives in Philadelphia.