You’ve seen it. It’s everywhere! You’d be forgiven for thinking it’s elections again because of the colours yellow, green and grey little blocks in the new internet sensation, the wordle game.

Avoid these fake Wordle apps that are charging for the free game


What in the hell is a wordle?




Maurice and Angel got an explanation of what wordle is and why it has taken the world by storm.

MOUSE & CHEESE (guess the word) GAME - alternative to HANGMAN GAME - YouTube

Politically correct h_ _ _ man


The last wordle word was a tough one and Smile FM’s news anchor, Nathan Adams found out the word was knoll and challenged the team to use knoll in a sentence.


Here’s another use of the word, KNOLL.


How about this one.


And the Cherry on the Cake.

Game. Set. Match!

Tune in to the Smile Drive with Maurice and Angel in between your wordle game, every weekday from 3 pm to 6 pm.


Oprah Winfrey was doing a motivational talk for her tour called: Oprah’s 2020 Vision: Your Life on Focus Tour.

She’s seen on this video that’s gone viral, pacing slowly up and down on the flat stage, with a microphone in her hand, giving her speech.

What makes this funny – and I’m sorry to laugh… but she’s talking about wellness and…. BALANCE.


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We are heading into Spring…  and it might still be chilly, but things are going to start warming up and even heating up soon. California might be going into Autumn, or Fall, as they call it, but things are still VERY HOT there.  A Los Angeles-based content creator by the name of Nikki is currently going viral for a video in which she showcases how hot California is by curling her hair on — wait for it — a metal pole outside.

I’ll just let that sink in for a minute.

The video in question, which was reposted by @boy on Instagram, has amassed over a million views in less than 24 hours. It’s now siting just under 2 million views.

In the short clip, Nikki begins by saying, “It’s so hot out in California. Let me show you this.” She then proceeds to walk over to a metal pole and wrap a section of her hair around it, allowing the curl to sit for around 5 to 10 seconds. Finally, she lets her hair loose and a perfect curl bounces back at her. When it does, she covers her mouth, clearly surprised that it actually worked. “OMG, it curled my hair!” she screams.

Cute as it may be, this is not a hair curling technique I’d ever recommend trying at home, as it could easily singe your hair off, or even worse, leave you with a bad burn. Do yourself a favour and stick to your hot tools & thermal protector sprays, my friends.

Here’s the viral video:


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