I tap my screen and the letters scramble apart then reform, producing a zippy, fizzy popping noise, like bubbles cresting a fish tank. O-A-S-S-B-U-G stares back at me. I tap again, this time yielding G-U-A-S-S-B-O. Long, silent seconds pass and suddenly I see words: BOGUS, GAUSS, BUGS, BAUS, SUBA, ASSBUG.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://waypoint.vice.com/en_us/article/3kaxk5/how-words-with-friends-became-a-game-about-the-language-of-everyday-life