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These solved ‘Wheel of Fortune’ puzzles are what we wish the contestants would say.
If you have ever owned a television, at some point you probably sat in front of it trying to figure out the puzzle on Wheel of Fortune. After all, the show has been on over 30 years, and it’s a great way to feel smarter after Jeopardy convinces you that you’re an idiot.
If you’ve somehow never seen this American phenomenon, then you’ve missed some pretty great moments.
OMG this just Happened. 🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/Q0CYxM8jJB— Madison✶🏳️⚧️ @SDCC (@MBragiel) March 21, 2017
In our heart of hearts, we all know that watching people fail miserably is the real reason we watch Wheel of Fortune.
Now there’s a parody Twitter account called “Wheel of Fortune Answers” that comes up with all the wrong answers we long for people to give on the show.
THE RESTRICTED BUTTOCK pic.twitter.com/VqqsGlKi4T— Wheel Of Fortune Answers (@wofanswers) June 12, 2018
BANQUET OF ROCKS pic.twitter.com/Lx0unUlDYI— Wheel Of Fortune Answers (@wofanswers) June 12, 2018
TOSS A CHURCH ON ME pic.twitter.com/ARxJhzSlmN— Wheel Of Fortune Answers (@wofanswers) June 10, 2018
I NOW EXIST IN HELL pic.twitter.com/FNSjo1bjaI— Wheel Of Fortune Answers (@wofanswers) June 11, 2018
EXPERIENCED BOY WON'T POOP TOILET pic.twitter.com/zIZsjWhiDf— Wheel Of Fortune Answers (@wofanswers) June 11, 2018
And sure it would be better if we could hear these answers being shouted by excited contestants, followed by a buzzer sound and this face from Pat Sajak.
But that doesn’t mean they aren’t still great.
Although the account, which was only started earlier this month, now has over a hundred thousand followers, there’s no webpage attached and the bio simply reads “Solved Wheel Of Fortune puzzles,” meaning we don’t know who the genius behind it is. Whoever you are, keep it up. You’re doing a gr–t f–king j-b.
David Britton is a writer and comedian based in Rhinebeck, New York who focuses on internet culture, memes, and viral news stories. He also writes for the Hard Times and is the creator of StoriesAboutWizards.com.