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‘Quordle’ today: Here are the answers and hints for December 31

A woman's hands holding a mobile phone playing 'Quordle'

If Quordle is a little too challenging today, you’ve come to the right place for hints. There aren’t just hints here, but the whole Quordle solution. Scroll to the bottom of this page, and there it is. But are you sure you need all four answers? Maybe you just need a strategy guide. Either way, scroll down, and you’ll get what you need.

What is Quordle?

Quordle is a five-letter word guessing game similar to Wordle, except each guess applies letters to four words at the same time. You get nine guesses instead of six to correctly guess all four words. It looks like playing four Wordle games at the same time, and that is essentially what it is. But it’s not nearly as intimidating as it sounds.

Is Quordle harder than Wordle?

Yes, though not diabolically so.

Where did Quordle come from?

Amid the Wordle boom of late 2021 and early 2022, when everyone was learning to love free, in-browser, once-a-day word guessing games, creator Freddie Meyer says he took inspiration from one of the first big Wordle variations, Dordle — the one where you essentially play two Wordles at once. He took things up a notch, and released Quordle on January 30. Meyer’s creation was covered in The Guardian six days later, and now, according to Meyer, it attracts millions of daily users. Today, Meyer earns modest revenue from Patreon, where dedicated Quordle fans can donate to keep their favorite puzzle game running. 

How is Quordle pronounced?

“Kwordle.” It should rhyme with “Wordle,” and definitely should not be pronounced exactly like “curdle.”

Is Quordle strategy different from Wordle?

Yes and no.

Your starting strategy should be the same as with Wordle. In fact, if you have a favorite Wordle opening word, there’s no reason to change that here. We suggest something rich in vowels, featuring common letters like C, R, and N. But you do you.

After your first guess, however, you’ll notice things getting out of control if you play Quordle exactly like Wordle.

What should I do in Quordle that I don’t do in Wordle?

Solving a Wordle puzzle can famously come down to a series of single letter-change variations. If you’ve narrowed it down to “-IGHT,” you could guess “MIGHT” “NIGHT” “LIGHT” and “SIGHT” and one of those will probably be the solution — though this is also a famous way to end up losing in Wordle, particularly if you play on “hard mode.” In Quordle, however, this sort of single-letter winnowing is a deadly trap, and it hints at the important strategic difference between Wordle and Quordle: In Quordle, you can’t afford to waste guesses unless you’re eliminating as many letters as possible at all times. 

Guessing a completely random word that you already know isn’t the solution, just to eliminate three or four possible letters you haven’t tried yet, is thought of as a desperate, latch-ditch move in Wordle. In Quordle, however, it’s a normal part of the player’s strategic toolset.

Is there a way to get the answer faster?

In my experience Quordle can be a slow game, sometimes dragging out longer than it would take to play Wordle four times. But a sort of blunt-force guessing approach can speed things up. The following strategy also works with Wordle if you only want the solution, and don’t care about having the fewest possible guesses:

Try starting with a series of words that puts all the vowels (including Y) on the board, along with some other common letters. We’ve had good luck with the three words: “NOTES,” “ACRID,” and “LUMPY.” YouTuber DougMansLand suggests four words: “CANOE,” “SKIRT,” “PLUMB,” and “FUDGY.”

Most of the alphabet is now eliminated, and you’ll only have the ability to make one or two wrong guesses if you use this strategy. But in most cases you’ll have all the information you need to guess the remaining words without any wrong guesses.

If strategy isn’t helping, and you’re still stumped, here are some hints:

Are there any double or triple letters in today’s Quordle words?

Two words have twice-occurring letters.

Are any rare letters being used in today’s Quordle like Q or Z?

No.

What do today’s Quordle words start with?

S, H, P, and D.

What are the answers for today’s Quordle?

Are you sure you want to know?

There’s still time to turn back.

OK, you asked for it. The answers are:

  1. SHEEP

  2. HERON

  3. PLACE

  4. DANDY

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Top 5 2022 winners and losers are a strange mix of athletes, royalty, politicians and moguls

A lot of things went wrong in 2022. Inflation, lousy bond and stock markets, Russia’s horrific and unprovoked attack against Ukraine, President Joe Biden’s greenlighting millions – yes, millions – of migrants crossing our southern border illegally, rampant urban crime and even more indoctrination of our kids.

But it was not all gloom and doom. There were obvious victories to celebrate (Ukraine routing Russian President Vladimir Putin’s army, Anthony Fauci’s retirement) as well as losses to mourn (the $1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill, another failed GOP effort to win the Senate.) Further afield, here are my candidates for top winners and losers.

New York sports fans. The Yankees and Mets both made it to the playoffs this year, the Knicks are enjoying an OK season, and the Nets winning, despite the firing of their coach and issues with star point guard Kyrie Irving. OK, so the Jets have fumbled recently, but both they and the Giants are in the hunt for a playoff spot.

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Tom Brady, the greatest NFL quarterback of all time, whose reputation has been sacked for having “retired” from the game he dominated, only to return to the field a mere 40 days later. And, for possibly sticking around too long; the Tampa Bay Buccaneers may get to the playoffs but currently they have a losing season, the first of Brady’s career. Reportedly, the return to the field also cost the GOAT his wife, supermodel Gisele Bundchen. Gotta know when to hang it up Tom; when you figure it out, please call Biden. 

NASA, which enjoyed an astronomical victory with the successful 25-day trip of Artemis, a 32-story tall rocket. The unmanned spacecraft circled the moon, presumably (though not officially) checking out what China has been up to on the dark side. Not only did NASA get back in the space exploration game, it also successfully bumped an asteroid off course (fans of Bruce Willis’ “Armageddon” rejoice) and unfolded in space the final configuration of the James Webb Space Telescope that relayed out-of-this world images of the universe’s earliest galaxies.

The FBI, our once-respected crack law enforcement agency, has lost the confidence of all right-thinking Americans. The FBI has been caught out for manipulating public opinion, interfering in our elections and working on behalf of the White House for partisan purposes. The release of the Twitter files makes clear that Russiagate was no one-off. The FBI pressured Twitter, and most likely other social media giants, to censor information damaging to Hunter Biden and to his dad Joe Biden, and sat on the infamous laptop of the First Son even as they pushed to discredit the information it contained. A new survey shows 63% of likely U.S. voters want Congress to investigate the FBI; count me in. 

Elon Musk, who has sacrificed tens of billions of dollars of his personal wealth to protect free speech in our country. Musk, the one-time darling of tree-hugging liberals who also embraced Tesla, is now vilified for outing bad actors in the FBI and bad conduct in Silicon Valley. Turns out- conservative voices have been muted on social media, purposefully. Shadow-banning is not a right-wing conspiracy; it happened. The nation owes Musk – as quixotic and unreliable as he sometimes is – unswerving admiration. He is down; I for one do not count him out. 

Eric Adams and the bonehead liberal policies that have destroyed blue cities like New York, over which the party-loving mayor presides. Unlike his predecessor (I’ve forgotten his name), Adams is everywhere and anywhere that calls for fancy dress. Candidate Adams talked a good game about fighting crime and welcoming businesses; some saw him running for president in 2024. That was before New Yorkers witnessed the revolving door held open for criminals and budget-busting spending with no end in sight. The city is losing the high-income taxpayers who pay the bills. 

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Kate Middleton, who has been the charming and dutiful wife of the UK’s future king for more than a decade. The Princess of Wales is running neck-and-neck with her husband William for “most popular royal in Great Britain”, each earning 69% approval in a recent poll. Meanwhile, her troublesome sister-in-law Meghan Markle’s popularity has nosedived both in the U.S. and in Britain. A recent poll showed Americans giving Kate a net positive approval rating of 43, while the whiny Duchess of Sussex earned a negative approval figure of -32 in the U.S., meaning she was liked by 28 percent and disliked by 60 percent.

Kamala Harris, who has flunked being vice president. She has scored not one single accomplishment, turns out to be a toxic boss, is monstrously inarticulate and a whiner to boot. She recently complained of being mistreated by the press, saying: “There are things that I’ve done as vice president that fully demonstrate the strength of my leadership as vice president…” Whoa, word salad alert! Note to Kamala: the liberal media all but ignored the 12 major staff departures that took place over her first year in office; be careful what you wish for.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who blew away his Democrat competitor in the midterm elections, has gone toe to toe with woke corporate America, tossed offensive material from grade-school curriculums and effectively managed the aftermath of devastating Hurricane Ian. DeSantis has emerged as the Republican best capable of carrying forward former president Donald Trump’s popular policies by winning good marks not only from GOP voters but also from Independents. His star is rising.

Samuel Bankman-Fried, who took down not only his firm FTX, but also undermined confidence in the entire cryptocurrency industry. SBF went from being likened by Anthony ‘The Mooch’ Scaramucci to JP Morgan to being locked up in a rat-infected Bahamian prison. His downfall shines a disturbing light on his vast contributions to Joe Biden and other Democrat politicians, and also the role SEC Chair Gary Gensler played in enabling SBF but also failing to uncover the FTX fraud. This story is not over.

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26 Times Men Had Absolutely No Idea How Women’s Bodies Work But Opened Their Mouths Anyway

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‘Quordle’ today: Here are the answers and hints for December 30

A woman's hands holding a mobile phone playing 'Quordle'

If Quordle is a little too challenging today, you’ve come to the right place for hints. There aren’t just hints here, but the whole Quordle solution. Scroll to the bottom of this page, and there it is. But are you sure you need all four answers? Maybe you just need a strategy guide. Either way, scroll down, and you’ll get what you need.

What is Quordle?

Quordle is a five-letter word guessing game similar to Wordle, except each guess applies letters to four words at the same time. You get nine guesses instead of six to correctly guess all four words. It looks like playing four Wordle games at the same time, and that is essentially what it is. But it’s not nearly as intimidating as it sounds.

Is Quordle harder than Wordle?

Yes, though not diabolically so.

Where did Quordle come from?

Amid the Wordle boom of late 2021 and early 2022, when everyone was learning to love free, in-browser, once-a-day word guessing games, creator Freddie Meyer says he took inspiration from one of the first big Wordle variations, Dordle — the one where you essentially play two Wordles at once. He took things up a notch, and released Quordle on January 30. Meyer’s creation was covered in The Guardian six days later, and now, according to Meyer, it attracts millions of daily users. Today, Meyer earns modest revenue from Patreon, where dedicated Quordle fans can donate to keep their favorite puzzle game running. 

How is Quordle pronounced?

“Kwordle.” It should rhyme with “Wordle,” and definitely should not be pronounced exactly like “curdle.”

Is Quordle strategy different from Wordle?

Yes and no.

Your starting strategy should be the same as with Wordle. In fact, if you have a favorite Wordle opening word, there’s no reason to change that here. We suggest something rich in vowels, featuring common letters like C, R, and N. But you do you.

After your first guess, however, you’ll notice things getting out of control if you play Quordle exactly like Wordle.

What should I do in Quordle that I don’t do in Wordle?

Solving a Wordle puzzle can famously come down to a series of single letter-change variations. If you’ve narrowed it down to “-IGHT,” you could guess “MIGHT” “NIGHT” “LIGHT” and “SIGHT” and one of those will probably be the solution — though this is also a famous way to end up losing in Wordle, particularly if you play on “hard mode.” In Quordle, however, this sort of single-letter winnowing is a deadly trap, and it hints at the important strategic difference between Wordle and Quordle: In Quordle, you can’t afford to waste guesses unless you’re eliminating as many letters as possible at all times. 

Guessing a completely random word that you already know isn’t the solution, just to eliminate three or four possible letters you haven’t tried yet, is thought of as a desperate, latch-ditch move in Wordle. In Quordle, however, it’s a normal part of the player’s strategic toolset.

Is there a way to get the answer faster?

In my experience Quordle can be a slow game, sometimes dragging out longer than it would take to play Wordle four times. But a sort of blunt-force guessing approach can speed things up. The following strategy also works with Wordle if you only want the solution, and don’t care about having the fewest possible guesses:

Try starting with a series of words that puts all the vowels (including Y) on the board, along with some other common letters. We’ve had good luck with the three words: “NOTES,” “ACRID,” and “LUMPY.” YouTuber DougMansLand suggests four words: “CANOE,” “SKIRT,” “PLUMB,” and “FUDGY.”

Most of the alphabet is now eliminated, and you’ll only have the ability to make one or two wrong guesses if you use this strategy. But in most cases you’ll have all the information you need to guess the remaining words without any wrong guesses.

If strategy isn’t helping, and you’re still stumped, here are some hints:

Are there any double or triple letters in today’s Quordle words?

One word has a double letter.

Are any rare letters being used in today’s Quordle like Q or Z?

No.

What do today’s Quordle words start with?

R, B, R, and V.

What are the answers for today’s Quordle?

Are you sure you want to know?

There’s still time to turn back.

OK, you asked for it. The answers are:

  1. BASIN

  2. BAWDY

  3. REEDY

  4. VIGIL

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Indiana blocks TikTok from state devices, joins 19 other states in legislation against the app

Indiana’s Office of Technology announced Thursday Chinese-owned social media app TikTok has been blocked from state devices.

Office Spokesman Graig Lubsen said TikTok is “blocked from being used in our state system and on our state devices” as of Dec. 7, according to The Journal Gazette via the Associated Press. 

In an email to the newspaper, Lubsen said the office “is constantly testing the state system and making sure that the integrity is intact.”

Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita has been outspoken against using the social media app in general, saying Thursday it is “more important than ever” to protect children from the app and encouraging parents to delete it from their child’s phone.

INDIANA AG SUES TIKTOK, CLAIMING SERVICE MISLEADS USERS ABOUT INAPPROPRIATE CONTENT

In a 29-second video posted to Twitter, Rokita demonstrated how parents can set controls and content restrictions on an iPhone.

“Our children are our greatest assets, so we must take action now,” he concluded.

The blockage was initially announced Dec. 8, the same day Rokita sued the social media app, claiming the platform misleads its users about the level of inappropriate content and security of consumer information.

He said in a complaint that even though the social video app claims to be safe for users 13 years and older, it contains “salacious and inappropriate content” available to young users “for unlimited periods of time, day and night, in an effort to line TikTok’s pockets with billions of dollars from U.S. consumers.”

A separate complaint from Rokita argued the app has users’ sensitive and personal information but deceives consumers into believing that information is secure.

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TikTok is owned by ByteDance, a Chinese company that moved its headquarters to Singapore in 2020. In a company statement at the time, TikTok said its “top priority” is “the safety, privacy and security of our community.”

“We build youth well-being into our policies, limit features by age, empower parents with tools and resources, and continue to invest in new ways to enjoy content based on age-appropriateness or family comfort,” the statement said. “We are also confident that we’re on a path in our negotiations with the U.S. Government to fully satisfy all reasonable U.S. national security concerns, and we have already made significant strides toward implementing those solutions.”

Indiana joins 19 other states in issuing some sort of ban on using the app on state-owned and government-issued devices.

A federal ban was also included in the $1.7 trillion omnibus bill signed into law by President Joe Biden on Thursday. The president has until February 2023 to implement the rules that will ban the social media app from devices managed by the federal government.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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People Are Sharing The Meals That Just Aren’t Worth Cooking At Home, And They Make A Good Point

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‘Quordle’ today: Here are the answers and hints for December 29

A woman's hands holding a mobile phone playing 'Quordle'

If Quordle is a little too challenging today, you’ve come to the right place for hints. There aren’t just hints here, but the whole Quordle solution. Scroll to the bottom of this page, and there it is. But are you sure you need all four answers? Maybe you just need a strategy guide. Either way, scroll down, and you’ll get what you need.

What is Quordle?

Quordle is a five-letter word guessing game similar to Wordle, except each guess applies letters to four words at the same time. You get nine guesses instead of six to correctly guess all four words. It looks like playing four Wordle games at the same time, and that is essentially what it is. But it’s not nearly as intimidating as it sounds.

Is Quordle harder than Wordle?

Yes, though not diabolically so.

Where did Quordle come from?

Amid the Wordle boom of late 2021 and early 2022, when everyone was learning to love free, in-browser, once-a-day word guessing games, creator Freddie Meyer says he took inspiration from one of the first big Wordle variations, Dordle — the one where you essentially play two Wordles at once. He took things up a notch, and released Quordle on January 30. Meyer’s creation was covered in The Guardian six days later, and now, according to Meyer, it attracts millions of daily users. Today, Meyer earns modest revenue from Patreon, where dedicated Quordle fans can donate to keep their favorite puzzle game running. 

How is Quordle pronounced?

“Kwordle.” It should rhyme with “Wordle,” and definitely should not be pronounced exactly like “curdle.”

Is Quordle strategy different from Wordle?

Yes and no.

Your starting strategy should be the same as with Wordle. In fact, if you have a favorite Wordle opening word, there’s no reason to change that here. We suggest something rich in vowels, featuring common letters like C, R, and N. But you do you.

After your first guess, however, you’ll notice things getting out of control if you play Quordle exactly like Wordle.

What should I do in Quordle that I don’t do in Wordle?

Solving a Wordle puzzle can famously come down to a series of single letter-change variations. If you’ve narrowed it down to “-IGHT,” you could guess “MIGHT” “NIGHT” “LIGHT” and “SIGHT” and one of those will probably be the solution — though this is also a famous way to end up losing in Wordle, particularly if you play on “hard mode.” In Quordle, however, this sort of single-letter winnowing is a deadly trap, and it hints at the important strategic difference between Wordle and Quordle: In Quordle, you can’t afford to waste guesses unless you’re eliminating as many letters as possible at all times. 

Guessing a completely random word that you already know isn’t the solution, just to eliminate three or four possible letters you haven’t tried yet, is thought of as a desperate, latch-ditch move in Wordle. In Quordle, however, it’s a normal part of the player’s strategic toolset.

Is there a way to get the answer faster?

In my experience Quordle can be a slow game, sometimes dragging out longer than it would take to play Wordle four times. But a sort of blunt-force guessing approach can speed things up. The following strategy also works with Wordle if you only want the solution, and don’t care about having the fewest possible guesses:

Try starting with a series of words that puts all the vowels (including Y) on the board, along with some other common letters. We’ve had good luck with the three words: “NOTES,” “ACRID,” and “LUMPY.” YouTuber DougMansLand suggests four words: “CANOE,” “SKIRT,” “PLUMB,” and “FUDGY.”

Most of the alphabet is now eliminated, and you’ll only have the ability to make one or two wrong guesses if you use this strategy. But in most cases you’ll have all the information you need to guess the remaining words without any wrong guesses.

If strategy isn’t helping, and you’re still stumped, here are some hints:

Are there any double or triple letters in today’s Quordle words?

Two words have twice-occuring letters.

Are any rare letters being used in today’s Quordle like Q or Z?

X.

What do today’s Quordle words start with?

S, N, N, and T.

What are the answers for today’s Quordle?

Are you sure you want to know?

There’s still time to turn back.

OK, you asked for it. The answers are:

  1. SIXTY

  2. NORTH

  3. NERVE

  4. TABBY

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PayPal’s bans are a form of censorship, put some businesses at risk, digital privacy advocate says

PayPal’s purported content-based bans raise additional concerns about Big Tech’s control over free speech, a digital privacy advocate told Fox News.

“For a decade I’ve been watching content moderation at the platform level go terribly awry,” Corynne McSherry, the legal director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital rights group, told Fox News. “Now, more and more we’re watching the same problems … in other parts of the internet stack.” 

“It’s not just PayPal,” McSherry continued. “Several of the major payment processors have been playing an increasing role in policing online speech.” 

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Numerous users have said PayPal temporarily suspended their accounts over their content, resulting in lost income, McSherry told Fox News. Critics have also accused PayPal of censoring conservative-leaning organizations without reason and scrutinized the tech company for working with the Southern Poverty Law Center in 2019.

PayPal, for example, suspended two U.K.-based organizations — the Free Speech Union, a free speech advocacy group, and The Daily Sceptic, a news platform started to publish stories critical of the COVID-19 lockdowns — in September 2022, which removed their access to funding. The accounts were reinstated two weeks later, but the founder and director of the organizations, Toby Young, told The Telegraph that “PayPal’s software was embedded in all our payment systems, so the sudden closure of our accounts was an existential threat.”

“When they make decisions about whether they’re going to process payments for you, that can mean that your business is going under,” McSherry said. “That can mean that you will not survive because there’s no money coming in.” 

Young’s personal account was also suspended and then reinstated. PayPal said the accounts violated its user policy but didn’t provide detail, and the Free Speech Union said it received no prior warnings. The payment platform has also said the First Amendment allows it to restrict accounts for any reason at any time.

PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel told The Free Press in December “if the online forms of your money are frozen, that’s like destroying people economically, limiting their ability to exercise their political voice.”

And if businesses get removed during fundraising months, it could put them at risk of losing huge sums of cash, McSherry said.

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“That could be life or death” for your business, McSherry told Fox News.

In a statement, PayPal told Fox New’s it’s “dedicated to providing safe and affordable financial services to people of all backgrounds with a diversity of views. We also take very seriously our responsibility to protect buyers and sellers, while working to ensure that our services are not used for fraudulent or illicit activities.” 

The Electronic Frontier Foundation and other civil liberties groups wrote a letter to PayPal and Venmo in June 2021 asking for clarity behind their banning decisions but the coalition never received a response. It’s unclear how many accounts have been suspended or banned.

Gays Against Groomers, a coalition of LGBTQ members who oppose a focus on gender identity and sexual orientation in children’s education, for example, said PayPal and Venmo shut down their accounts for “violating” user agreements. But the platforms, the group said, didn’t detail what the infractions were, and its accounts were later reinstated.

“They took our account down for discriminatory behavior, but I think that’s exactly what they did to us,” Gays Against Groomers’ founder Jaimee Mitchell previously told FOX Business.

The payment platform told FOX Business following the account suspension: “PayPal has a long-standing and consistent Acceptable Use Policy. We take action when we deem that individuals or organizations have violated this policy. Per company policy, PayPal does not disclose specific account information for current or former customers.”

PayPal’s acceptable use policy prohibits users from using the service for activities that involve promoting hate, violence or “racial or other forms of intolerance that is discriminatory.” Critics accused PayPal of enforcing vague policies that allow them to censor viewpoints they don’t agree with, but PayPal CEO Dan Schulman has defended the platform for doing their best to eliminate hate speech. 

“These payment processors are largely unaccountable,” McSherry said, noting that the companies can make their own policies and contracts that allow them to remove users without explanation. “The only way to pressure them is just to sort of make noise about them but it’s very, very difficult.”

Big tech companies “are in a situation where they are large enough that they are not as vulnerable to pressure from civil society as they should be,” McSherry said.

NEW ‘BIG TECH SCORECARD’ SHOWS MOST FIRMS THREATEN FREE SPEECH

The legal director previously told Fox News that big tech banning decisions, while allowed under a company’s First Amendment rights, showcased “an enormous amount of power over online speech that’s concentrated in relatively a few hands.” 

“There needs to be sort of much more of a movement and much more visibility to pressure infrastructure providers to basically stay neutral,” McSherry said.

Electronic Frontier Foundation was among an international coalition of 56 civil liberties groups that launched a website called. “Protect The Stack.” It called on online communication and commerce companies to avoid excessive content policing and to promote free expression.

“We have tried, along with a lot of partner organizations, to pressure them as much as we can,” McSherry said. “We won’t give up.”

To hear more from McSherry on the power payment processors have over online speech, click here

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23 Shockingly Easy Hacks That’ll Make You Look At Food In A Whole New Light

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Phoebe Bridgers talks the end of the world with Amelia Dimoldenberg on ‘Chicken Shop Date’

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Talking about the end of the world in a chicken shop seems like a fitting way to end 2022.

That’s exactly what gloom monarch Phoebe Bridgers did on Chicken Shop Date with Amelia Dimoldenberg, released on Christmas Eve.

“I think it’s ending now,” says Bridgers. “There’s not going to be fireworks and people falling into the Earth’s centre, I think it’s going to be a long and painful death.”

The Punisher singer songwriter talks about everything from her biggest fears to liking all animals but cats to heartbreak and possibly selling tissues as merch.

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