Did your game come up without a win? No sweat, we got you. Here are seven digital funsies—our way of saying thanks for playing, and thank you for seven years of support. We’re grateful!
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7 riddles created by Will Shortz just for Warby Parker(Scroll down for answers!)
- Rearrange the letters of THE EYES to get an appropriate two-word phrase.
- What three professional sport teams, all based in the same city, have names that rhyme with each other?
- What common 11-letter word contains 5 As and no other vowels?
- What word, when capitalized, names a language, but in lowercase means to “make shiny"?
- A doorbell, a tree stump, and Saturn all have rings. What do a river, a pool player and Wall Street all have?
- What Oscar nominee for Best Picture is an anagram of ROMAN ERA?
- What island, a popular tourist destination, is an anagram of TRANSMIT?
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A playlist of 77 songs to celebrate our birthday #7, selected just for you by legendary music supervisor Randall PosterHear it
A lil’ puzzle for word freaks (Scroll down for answers!)
How many common words of 5 or more letters can you spell using the letters in the hive? Every answer must use the center letter at least once. Letters may be reused in a word. At least one word will use all 7 letters. Proper names and hyphenated words are not allowed. Score 1 point for each answer, and 3 points for a word that uses all 7 letters.
Rating: 12=Great! 19=VERY impressive 25=*Bows down*
A reading list of Warby Parker favorites
by Jack Kerouac
Fun fact: the name of our company comes from a set of characters in Jack Kerouac’s journals.
“The Elements of Style Illustrated”
by William Strunk Jr., E.B. White, and Maira Kalman
There are no rules when it comes to style. Except these rules.
“Happiness: Ten Years of n+1”
by Editors of n+1
An anthology of smart, funny, crackling writing from our friends in Brooklyn.
“We Love You, Charlie Freeman”
by Kaitlin Greenidge
Part family saga and part mystery and all enchanting.
by Don DeLillo
Our favorite family-oriented postmodern campus novel.
“How Should a Person Be?”
by Sheila Heti
Stylish! Cerebral! Metafictional! Unclassifiable! And very fun to read!
“The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P.”
by Adelle Waldman
A novel about young people with good intentions who misbehave? Sign us up.