Even with Valentine’s Day freshly behind us, sexy sentiments
continue to linger in the air thanks to a fun new pastime that recently came to
Until now, Words with Friends was a game strictly reserved
for people that had made a cellular commitment to allow only the one true iPhone
they loved get in their pants (pockets) on a daily basis. Meanwhile, the rest
of us who haven’t managed to find or afford that special iPhone (or are too embarrassed
by the stigma that comes with playing online) have had to watch our friends from
across the couch as they enjoy having sweet, pleasurable, satisfying words.
Thankfully, those days are over.
“Words with Friends with Benefits is sweeping the college
scene,” says Lana, a senior. “I’m surprised it’s only just being thought of
now, seeing as college students are notorious for their desire to play Words
with Friends and how difficult it is to commit to just one iPhone in this day
For anyone unfamiliar with Words with Friends with Benefits,
it works like this: anyone interested in participating gets in touch with an iPhone
or other compatible apple device that they are familiar and comfortable with,
but do not own, and once both parties are in agreement, they can play as much
as they want until someone’s battery dies, so to speak. It’s really that simple.
And let me tell you, it is thrilling.
“I LOVE Words with Friends with Benefits!” exclaims Brian, a
freshman male. “I feel like I always had so many opportunities to exchange
words with others but couldn’t act on it”¦until now! You just have to be careful
that nobody gets hurt, but that pretty much never happens, right?”
Before you reach for your stereotypes, men aren’t the only ones
getting excited about Words with Friends with Benefits. “Sure, I definitely
want my own iPhone someday,” says
Wanda, a junior, “but I’m not ready for that right now and I still want to come up
with as many words as I can while I’m still young!”
Words with Friends with Benefits may not be for everyone,
but if you’re looking for a loophole to get your word related needs met, now
might be the time to (triple word) s-c-o-r-e.