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The New York Times’ latest word game, Connections, has become a social media sensation. The goal of the game is to find the common thread between four words in a set.

What is Connections?

Connections is a daily word game where players have to group four words that share something in common. Each puzzle has 16 words, and each set of words is split into four categories. The categories can be anything from book titles to country names.

Players have to get all four words in a set correct to remove them from the board. If a player gets it wrong, it counts as a mistake. Players get up to four mistakes before the game ends.

Today’s Connections Categories

  • Yellow: Very intense outfits
  • Green: Fart slang
  • Blue: Shades of blond
  • Purple: Types of O’s

Today’s Connections Answers

  • Yellow: BRIGHT, FLASHY, GARISH, LOUD
  • Green: GAS, STINKER, TOOT, WIND
  • Blue: DIRTY, HONEY, PLATINUM, STRAWBERRY
  • Purple: HUG, OF, OXYGEN, ZERO

Tips for Playing Connections

  • Look for words that have something in common, such as a shared theme or meaning.
  • Use the colors of the categories to help you group the words. Yellow is the easiest, followed by green, blue, and purple.
  • You can rearrange and shuffle the board to make spotting connections easier.
  • Share your results with your friends on social media.