The two started playing the online game over a year ago and have played more than 300 games together.
For anyone who needed reminding that not everything about the internet is a bad garbage fire, please allow me to introduce you to Spencer and Roz.
Pastor Amy Butler and Spencer Sleyon take a selfie aboard their flight to West Palm Beach Florida
The Washington Post reported that the friendship really took off when Guttman used the word p-h-a-t, hip-hop slang for excellent.
A young rapper has finally met his online gaming partner; an elderly woman who he had played more than 300 games with.
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"I was like, yo, how do you know that word?" Ms Butler arranged for the pair to meet face-to-face in West Palm Beach. The tweet has since received more than one million likes.
"We played [300-plus] games together, and [Roz] actually ended up becoming a good friend of mine", Tweeted Sleyon.
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She then added: "Sweet day today with Spencer and his #wordswithfriends friend, Roz, watching them bond in person for the first time". Today I got to go to Florida and meet her in person'. The meeting was arranged by Amy Butler, a pastor from NY. When Sleyon was visiting his friend a while back, Butler overheard them talking about Guttman.
Here's to Sleyon, Guttman and great friendships-and all of the unlikely places from which they spring.
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