In Scrabble, years ago, you could use both jew and jews, but not as proper nouns. They were used as adjectives. In the Scrabble Dictionary (and still in the current Webster's Dictionary), the word jew is used as a adjective, meaning to bargain down a price with. As he or she "jewed" down a person to get a lower price. I'm not Jewish, but I think using the word as in the context I listed, is racist, cruel, and offensive use of the word. It should not be used in Scrabble or Words for Friends. I'm glad to see they don't accept it as anything other than a proper noun.
It isn't possible guys and the guy was joking about putting two tablets to get her to make supercalifrag... Damn guys! Y'all have to question how these guys setup this impossible board don't need to be playing! A guy averages 1500 point a word? LOL! Expert Scrabble players that know words we'll never see don't average 1500 a game! OMG! This is so freakin' funny!
Agree Jason. The word I sent in for the highest single word high score with only one word "SPEAKING" was the word and extended from a Double Word to a Triple Triple Word, giving me 185 points. There was no setup, just a game with my sister. The record they have is for a single move, which made other words for other points too. My points came from one word only.
It's ridiculous to see how these boards are "SETUP"!!! I don't know how anyone can believe these scores and words. Sad people can be so ignorant.