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Old Woman’s Life Saved By ‘Words With Friends’ Game App

Thanks to the game, this woman is still alive!

While Words With Friends is definitely one great game to kill time, a family in California considers it as more than just a form of entertainment but also as a way to keep the mind active. More than that, the family claims that if not for the game, they would have already lost a loved one.

The family of a 90-year old mother from Northern California, Miyoko Saiki, is grateful for Words With Friends for saving her life. As the family’s matriarch has been addicted to the word app game for the past few years, usually playing it with her children, her son could not help but wonder why she was not able to make her move in the game one morning.

After all, Saiki usually starts the game early in the morning, just before her son Ken leaves for work at 7 in the morning.

Miyoko Saiki plays the game Words With Friends to be entertained and keep her memory active.

At around noontime, Ken checked the game again, which is played like Scrabble, and was further surprised that his mother had not placed her tiles yet. This prompted him to call her as he started suspecting that something was definitely wrong.

She never picked up the phone.

As Ken lives away from his mother, he had to call his sister Diane who lives two hours away from Saiki. When she arrived at her place, Diane found her mother sitting on her bedroom floor. Luckily, she was in her bedroom when she lost consciousness as she landed on her bed and eventually slipped to the floor.

“I must have passed out…I don’t remember anything,” Saiki said.

Little did she and her children know that the game app would save her life one day.

The old woman was immediately brought to the hospital where it was found out that she was suffering from dehydration and pneumonia.

Apparently, Words With Friends has saved the life of Saiki. As she has already moved in with Diane since the incident, it goes without saying that the mother and daughter now play the game beside each other while Ken continues to play it with them miles away from his family.

Turning 91 years old soon, Saiki hopes that she can still play the game for a longer time.

“It keeps my mind from being shot,” Saiki said in an interview with Inside Edition, claiming that she is the best player of the word game app.


Russia’s Psychic Cat Achilles Correctly Predicts World Cup Opening Game Winner

But can he predict the 2018 FIFA World Cup champion?

The new Nostradamus might be an adorable furry critter. A sweet Russian cat has been chosen to predict the outcome of the first game of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. It may seem hard to believe but the feline was spot on with his prediction.

Achilles is already a modern day prophet. After all, the cat correctly predicted most of the results in last year's Confederate Cup in Russia. Nevertheless, people wondered if the adorable feline will manage to prophesy what would happen in this year's World Cup opening game. Achilles had to choose between Russia and Saudi Arabia, and managed to predict the motherland's stunning victory.

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Dog Interrupts MLB Baseball Game, Gets Rewarded With A Ball And A New Friend

The pooch thought the baseball team was trying to play fetch with her!

One lucky dog had a truly awesome day at the park. A young German Shepherd got to watch a Minor League Baseball game with her owner. In addition to that, the pooch got to play a game of fetch and made a new friend. She also went home with a ball and won the hearts of many fans.

The MLB team Tulsa Drillers recently had a Bark at the Park Night when they went up against the Northwest Arkansas Naturals. The event allows fans to bring their dogs to the field while the NWA infielders were warming up. One pooch noticed that the players were throwing a ball around. The excited German Shepherd immediately broke away from her owner and dashed to join the baseball players.

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Artist Shares Emotional Comic About Finding Your Childhood Bully After Many Years

This is how bullying can haunt your life for years and years to come…

If you’ve ever been bullied as a child, you know the effects can stay with you for a long time. Harsh words and deeds can really scar the soul and there’s always the possibility that you’ll never forget the bad experience way into your adult years.

This is exactly what Meghan Lands has been through and she accurately captured how it feels like in a short comic. Now an artist, Meghan has “spent the last 20 years trying to forget her first 10.”

Despite that, the Canada-based illustrator recently took the time to look for her bully on Facebook and it made her realize and remember many things. Needless to say, it has been an emotional rollercoaster for her.

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