Too Funny for Words! An App Based Word Game, Is Based on the Fact That the Average Person Uses the Same 400 Words in Conversation Every Day

Too Funny for Words! an app based word game, is based on the fact that the average person uses the same 400 words in conversation every day and that by playing this game, your vocabulary will grow!


Dallas, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/20/2014 -- Be entertained, have a blast and learn real and spectacular words which will boggle your mind. Here is the game play: Each level has 15 words followed by three definitions, one real definition and two decoys, otherwise known as taradiddles (bogus definitions). You have to pick the right definition!

The game is available free as an ad-supported version and a paid version with no advertisements. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Wounded Warrior Project. Too Funny for Words APP creator, Carolyn Davidson, hosts "Words You Never Heard", a show aired on The American Forces Radio Network in 174 countries, and radio stations across the USA. As a unique feature Carolyn’s "Words You Never Heard" radio shows are available on the app - push the ‘Shows’ button and listen whenever you want.

The Too Funny for Words APP will be launched globally August 2014 on the Apple Itunes store.

About Carolyn Davidson
Carolyn Davidson has 20 years radio experience entertaining and engaging listeners with unusual words. While hosting her own radio show on KRLD 1080 in Dallas, Texas, she interviewed dozens of personalities including The Harlem Globetrotters, Bill Bennett, Zig Ziglar, Dave Barry, Yogi Berra and the First Lady Laura Bush. Her experience ranges from interviewing natives in the Amazon jungle to congressmen, authors, and media professionals. Carolyn’s game “You Said It!” has been featured on the nationally syndicated T.V. show Wheel Of Fortune 25 times. Her products and radio shows have been written up in such national publications as Vogue, Publisher’s Weekly, USA Today, American Booksellers Association Magazine, and Entrepreneur. Locally, she has been featured in the Dallas Morning News and Dallas, Inc. The “You Said It!” board game was one of only a few games selected for the American Booksellers Association’s “Give The Gift Of Literacy” campaign. A mini-version of the game was created for a nationwide restaurant chain and printed on 15 million placemats.

Carolyn Davidson