I’m against the death penalty in all* circumstances.
*except people who use “Qi” in Words with Friends
â€œQi,â€ that elusive two-letter Q word that even more elusively does not require a U, placed first with over 1 billion plays. To put that in context, over 58 billion words have been played total in â€œWords With Friends.â€
Other popular words include the far more reasonable â€œitâ€ (568 million plays over the past five years), â€œheâ€ (554 million), and â€œreâ€ (547 million). â€œJoâ€ puts in a strong showing with 484 million plays and â€œzaâ€ has 471 million, whatever those mean.
According to Dictionary.com (which a new version of Words With Friends will integrate with in order to provide in-game definitions [and thus cut down on potential screaming matches]), it’s â€œâ€˜physical life force, 1850, from Chinese qi â€˜air, breath.’â€ Gotcha.
You swipe to match or decline someone and that is how you will definitely absolutely totally meet your soulmate.
Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/alannaokun/q-with-no-u