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Bitch is ok, but not bitchy?

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asked 8 years ago in Dictionary by anonymous

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On a Mac go to ~Music/iTunes/iTunes Music/Mobile Applications and copy both “Words 3.12.ipa” and “Words 4.00.ipa” to your Desktop (make sure you copy and don’t just move them).

Right/Control click on both files and Open With Archive Utility.app.

This will create two folders named “Words 3.12″ and “Words 4.00″.

Navigate inside “Words 3.12″ to the Payload folder and go to WordsWithFriendsPaid.app. Right/Control click on “WordsWithFriendsPaid.app” and Show Package Contents.

Look for the file “enable1.txt”, copy it to your Desktop and rename it “Words 3.12 Dictionary.txt”.

Navigate inside “Words 4.00″ to the Payload folder and go to WordsWithFriendsPaid.app. Right/Control click on “WordsWithFriendsPaid.app” and Show Package Contents.

Look for the file “enable1.txt”, copy it to your Desktop and rename it “Words 4.00 Dictionary.txt”.

Open both files in either BBEdit or TextWrangler (both available on the MacAppStore, the latter free) and select Search > Compare Two Front Documents

The results window will highlight the differences between the two files.

If you use Words for iPad the file is “Words HD x.xx.ipa” and the ad-supported version is “Words Free x.xx.ipa”.

If you use Windows I assume that the procedure is the similar. I assume that an UnZip utility will unarchive a .ipa file and that there is some text editor that can compare two documents.

If you wish to request changes to the word list visit the Zynga Help Desk.

answered 8 years ago by scooteristi Word Freak (7,150 points)
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This may be because BITCH refers to a female dog and thus has a non-vulgar meaning associated with it while BITCHY does not.
answered 8 years ago by Tiler8 Word Freak (2,240 points)

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