March 7th, 2011
I’m assuming that, by now, you’ve realised that there was a slight technical mishap not so long ago on the Word Is Out. Accidents happen of course, so we started a new clip on the 15th of February with the prize fund exactly where it would’ve been had we still been using the previous missing word clip.
That means that, as of today, you’re playing for over £1820 on the game that gives you three chances to win every day. Since the prize fund is so high, and since we’ve had this current clip on air for a while now, I thought it was about time to list the wrong guesses we’ve had so far:
snowdrops, buds, daffodils, lambs, catkins, rain, cabriolets, swallows, dew, caravans, geese, shoots, ospreys, bulbs, birds, crocuses, cuckoos, lambs, mini-skirts, bluebirds, daylight, lawnmowers, germination, weeds, mating, sun, tide, butterflies, temperature, equinox, smiles, gardeners, fashion, sun, sunshine, golfers, hares, tractors…
Hopefully that’s of some help for you. Don’y miss your next chance to play live on air. Lines open for registration Monday to Friday at 7am for the game at 7.15am, 9am for the game at 9.15am and 5pm for the game at 5.15pm.