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> Anagrams - Do You Know Any?, Give us yer best anagrams !!
snowman123
post 31st Jan 2011, 04:19am
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brilliant, Jamcat


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post 31st Jan 2011, 05:08am
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Tramcars and trolleybuses - 'Smelly, scabrous retardant
Skippy the bush kangaroo - 'Kinky abuse photographs.
One flew over the cuckoos nest - 'Cloven hoof 'n' sweet toe-sucker.”
Seven brides for seven brothers - 'Fever best-ever horridness snob.
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post 31st Jan 2011, 08:26am
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Romeo and Juliet - 'Mated junior - ole!'
Batman and Robin - 'Not brain bad man.'
The clash of the Titans - 'Honest filth attaches.'
Top of the pops - 'Hot of pop pest.
The good the bad and the ugly - 'Not bugged deathly hothead.
Amazing Grace - 'Raze magic nag.
The dirty dozen - 'Dozy, tender hit.'
News at ten - 'Tense want.
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post 31st Jan 2011, 09:49am
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The Rolling Stones - Hell! Rotting noses
Alice in Wonderland - Lo! Wanna nice riddle?
The charge of the Light Brigade - 'Great fight, each hero blighted.
Firing blanks - 'In flak brings
The sinking of the Titanic - 'Hitting of ice sank it, then
Alcohol and pills - 'Phallic loon lads.'
Standing at the bus stop - 'As bandit's potent thugs
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post 31st Jan 2011, 10:10am
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Old mother Hubbard - Humbled drab or hot
Billy Smart’s circus - Trim burly classics
The spy who said he loved me - Peevedly death wish homos
Egg and bacon sandwich - Had scenic band-waggon
The man who was never there - The heaven-sent, warm whore
The Laurel and Hardy murder case - Dear! Humane treachery dullards
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post 31st Jan 2011, 10:29am
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C'mon is anywan gonny add tae this

The bride of Dracula -Dreadful cohabiter.
Simple Simon and the pie man - Oh Man! Painless impediment
Tarzan of the jungle -Jet frozen anal thug
Swimming the English Channel- 'Whinging, smelliest henchman
A day to remember - Bat-eared memory
All quiet on the Western front -Rent this fat queen well, or not?
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post 31st Jan 2011, 10:53am
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Anagramic - Rag maniac. [I know there’s no such word as Anagramic but i done it just for fun]
Bulls eye – See bully
Anti aircraft missiles - Artist's fine racialism
A whiter shade of pale - Safe, atrophied whale
Nights in white satin - This winning atheist
Waterloo sunset - Worn-out as steel
The first cut is the deepest - Stitches feet deep - it hurts.'
The long and winding road - Win horned toad dangling
He ain’t heavy; he’s my brother - Hey! Hot bravery heathenism
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post 31st Jan 2011, 11:46am
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Right here are some song anagrams

Love will tear us apart - Salivate raw polluter
Bohemian rhapsody - Dosh, Brian may hope
Hit me with your Rhythm stick' - I'm worthy, smutty hitch-hiker
Michael row the boat ashore - Ho Ho! To hateable war-crimes
Hi – ho silver lining - In vigorish in hell
Is this the way to Amarillo - It is white-hot as amorally
Living next door to Alice - Intoxication, grovelled
Don’t leave me this way - 'Devastate homely win
Mirror in the bathroom - Ho Ho! Brain-rot trimmer
Chirpy chirpy cheep cheep - Hey! Perch hippy, chic creep
What becomes of the brokenhearted - Boneshaker of the macho bed wetter
Ferry across the Mersey - Mystery of researchers

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post 31st Jan 2011, 12:31pm
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Some book titles anagrams

Wuthering Heights - Win thuggish three
Doctor Zhivago - Void czar to hog
Lawrence of Arabia - Arab wear facile, no?
Phantom of the opera - Apparent of the homo
Murder on the Orient express - 'Thornier, proud extremeness
Uncle Tom’s cabin - I'm clean-cut snob
Robinson Crusoe - Censorious born
The lady and the lamp - Planted, healthy, mad
South pacific - Factious chip
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Rab-oldname
post 31st Jan 2011, 09:01pm
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Beat you to it Snowman - by 6 years! rolleyes.gif

TRY RABS ANAGRAMS
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post 31st Jan 2011, 10:43pm
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Going through the web sites to find anagrams is takin' all the fun out of it.
Like doing crosswords and lookin' for the answers at the back pages.
Same with the Batty Books. When I saw so many coming so fast I googled Batty Book Titles and there I saw the last 50 or more which were posted.
Kind of makes you loose interest rather quickly.


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post 1st Feb 2011, 12:29am
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Exactly. Thats why I made a game of it!
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post 1st Feb 2011, 01:01am
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Beat you to it Snowman - by 6 years!

TRY RABS ANAGRAMS



Sorry Rab,
My apologies, I never knew that thread existed. I\'m sure you wont be too offended. rolleyes.gif

I just looked - it was started 6yrs ago right enuff, ffs !!!!! huh.gif


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post 1st Feb 2011, 01:10am
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Political anagrams
Saddam Hussein - UN's said he's mad
Margaret Thatcher - Great! Charm the tart
Tony Blair - Tory in Lab
Oliver Cromwell - Worm or evil cell
Tommy Sheridan - I'm trashy demon
Alex Salmond - All sex-mad? No
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post 1st Feb 2011, 02:46am
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Dracula and Frankenstein -Freak suntanned cardinal
A night at The opera - Ha Ha! Poet treating
Only fools and horses - O so flashy Londoners.
One foot in the grave - Negative On The Roof
Rab C. Nesbitt - Crabs bitten.'

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