Anagrams Can Reveal Hidden Truths
It’s said that anagrams can often reveal subtle hidden truths about people, places and even items.
Like these for example:
- Microsoft Windows = Sown in discomfort
- The Titanic disaster = Death – it starts in ice
- Dormitory = Dirty room
- Evangelist = Evil’s agent
- Conversation = Voices rant on
- Astronomer = Moon starer
- The eyes = They see
- Christmas = Trims cash
- The country side = No city dust here
- Snooze alarms = Alas! No more z’s
- A Gentleman = Elegant man
- A shoplifter = Has to pilfer
- A domesticated animal = Docile, as a man tamed it
- Mother-in-law = Woman Hitler 🙂
- Election results = Lies! Let’s recount
- Gauteng = Get a gun!
When we start putting people’s names through the old anagram-maker though, things start to get really clever:
- William Shakespeare = I’ll make a wise phrase
- George Bush = He bugs Gore
- Bruce Springsteen = Creep brings tunes
- Jennifer Aniston = Fine in torn jeans!
- Princess Diana = End is a car spin (spooky one!)
- Madonna Louise Ciccone = One cool dance musician
- Christina Aguilera = Ugly satanic hair 🙂
- Elvis = Lives (I knew it!)
- Justin Timberlake = I’m a jerk. But listen
But, by far the best one that I’ve seen recently (thanks Pam & Penny!) is:
- Caster Semenya = Yes! A secret man!