Mighty Red Pen

April 15, 2008

Raga man? A nag ram? Ah, anagram.

Filed under: Wordsworthy — mighty red pen @ 7:34 pm
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Okay, so, astonishingly enough, MRP is totally and completely hopeless at jumble puzzles and the like, so I usually stay far away from the whole anagram thing. For this reason, I was intrigued to stumble upon the Internet Anagram Server, which takes all the heartburn out of creating anagrams.

So besides an anagram creator, it also features the Anagram Times, where headlines of the day are turned into related anagrams, for example:

“Delta + Northwest = world’s largest airline” = Worldwide greatest still another snarl

There’s also an anagram hall of fame, an anagram-related trivia section, and an anagram FAQ. All this is brought to you by Wordsmith.org.

Please check it out and share your best anagrams!

Yours anagramatically,

Premed Nighty, er, Dinghy Temper, er, Nerd the Pigmy, er, Mighty Red Pen

4 Comments »

  1. I vote for Nerd the Pigmy as the new name for this blog, in honor of the new look, you know.

    Comment by David — April 17, 2008 @ 11:02 am | Reply

  2. The only anagram I can ever remember is one I heard for Ann Coulter. And it’s completely dirty and inappropriate, but accurate.

    Comment by FBGD — April 22, 2008 @ 1:11 pm | Reply

  3. Love the new look! (from Bee Declining Tulip)

    Comment by Blue Pencil Editing — April 22, 2008 @ 1:36 pm | Reply

  4. I’m doing a Kryptos Anagram contest if anyone is interested.

    http://kryptosfan.wordpress.com/challenges/anagram-action/

    Thanks!

    Comment by kryptosfan — July 2, 2009 @ 10:59 am | Reply


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