Entry: Anagrams! Monday, September 19, 2005



Argh, I found an anagram generator. Here are my favourites of my name:

tenement girl
lettering men
green elm tint
green men tilt
termite glenn
enter melting
let me rent gin

Himitsu Nobara:

I'm Sir Autobahn
Abash - omit - ruin!
I hunt ambrosia
abstain him rou
nu rio samba hit
u + I = hot arab sin?
Ha, Boris, I'm a nut!
Aha, bums in trio!
Ha, I'm a turbo sin!

Sergei:

Gee, sir!

   14 comments

Turukhtan
September 22, 2005   05:31 AM PDT
 
Well, the verb 'to leninize' exists and is widely used. For instance,

http://www.weisbord.org/Problems.htm writes:

"Only by a Leninist policy are the Communists enabled to radicalize the masses in the United States. [...] To accomplish such mass work it is necessary to *Leninize* the Party, namely to base the Party on the most exploited sections of the masses, to wipe out the bureaucracy (the liars and fakers) in the Party, to demand as an absolute condition and prerequisite to leadership 1. The tested ability to carry out mass work in a Communist manner. 2. The liquidation of the mountain of vulgar Marxism, and syndicalist-liberal conceptions and a real study of the basic works of the founders of Communism. 3. Profound honesty, integrity and courage." (Emphasis added by me.)
Magnus
September 21, 2005   02:46 PM PDT
 
I sometimes wonder what the noun "Leninizer" might stand for. Some sort of machine to direct your thoughts? "His political jargon was heavily leninized" etc.
Magnus
September 21, 2005   12:25 PM PDT
 
I use 128-bit encryption, so my latest anagram was for the first quarter of a cyphered version of my name.
Turukhtan
September 21, 2005   05:46 AM PDT
 
As long as anagrams include Lenin, I think they are hilarious. But what are they anagrams for? Do you have a secret (and really long) second name, Magnus, or did you just take a random phraze, or what?
Magnus
September 20, 2005   11:47 PM PDT
 
One more before closing - somehow I've caught on to the idea that Lenin should be included:

PRIME-ED FF RAW LENIN JUNK LIT SHOP

POMP SHERIFF WANTED INJUN KILLER

("FF" - "föräldrafritt" - indicates that you won't meet your parents or other adults in this shop)
Ana
September 20, 2005   08:06 PM PDT
 
Bah, even an anagram shouldn't be entirely tasteless. For a palindrome, it could be acceptable, though.
Magnus
September 20, 2005   12:52 PM PDT
 
Not quite polished and ready, but too good to be buried:
USSR CUT-ARMOUR DICK WIRES LENIN IZ DA CUNT MAN

RUN SUCK MODERN RAT: A WINNER IS MASCULINIZED!
Magnus
September 20, 2005   11:56 AM PDT
 
Ibland tar det lång tid innan kommentarsvängen här uppdaterar: det var därför jag körde in min leninism två gånger. Trodde att jag råkat trycka "delete" första gången...
Turukhtan
September 20, 2005   05:53 AM PDT
 
Damn, your anagrams are much better than mine. "ANGEL EMIR NUR" sounds like a manga about a Middle Eastern person with super powers. (Maybe yaoi?)
Magnus
September 20, 2005   05:42 AM PDT
 
Beat this:

PRIEST HYPER-HACK SHOT EVIL LENIN IN DA RUMP

YI! THOSE HARD-LIVIN PUMPERNICKEL PANTHERS!
Magnus
September 20, 2005   04:20 AM PDT
 
Beat ya, Ana:
PRIEST HYPER-HACK SHOT EVIL LENIN IN DA RUMP

YI! THOSE HARD LIVIN' PUMPERNICKEL PANTHERS
Magnus
September 20, 2005   01:20 AM PDT
 
Must be a pretty smart computer to construct palindromes. ;-)
Ana
September 19, 2005   09:48 PM PDT
 
Hm, that's a palindrome, not an anagram. Best palindromes are made in Finnish:

http://www.hiljaiset.sci.fi/bands/avs/pali_alk.htm

"Te siat saastaiset!"

As for anagrams, I quite like:

A GREMLIN RUNE

RARE LENIN GUM

IRREAL GUNMEN

ALIEN GERM URN

LUNAR REGIMEN

ANGEL EMIR NUR
Magnus
September 19, 2005   04:00 PM PDT
 
Faulty message on screen: ADSL lip deep's no Maniac, Ma! I am Cain, on speed pills. Da!

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