What An Eventful Week… Okay, Maybe Not. But Never Mind, Here’s Another Anagram Sunday!

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”

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What an eventful week… well that’s what I had planned to say if Romney had won the election. As it turns out, he didn’t, Obama’s back in and things are much the same as they were.

Oh, except for one minor detail, Obama won’t ever have to fight another Presidential election so he can get on with whatever he wants to do and not be too bothered who it upsets. So cut costs at the bottom and increase taxes at the top and squeeeeeeeeezzzzzzzzzzzzzzeeeeeeeeeeee!

Meantime here are some more of those word puzzles called anagrams.

Enjoy.  

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‘Many a true word is spoken in jest’

Men joke, and so win trusty praise

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‘meal for one’

for me alone

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‘my ideal time’ 

immediately

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‘New York Times’

monkeys write

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‘Patrick Stewart’

a crap trek twist

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‘Punishment’

nine thumps

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‘Rome was not built in a day’

any labour I do wants time

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‘school student’

tends to slouch

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‘shower time’

where moist

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‘Statue of Liberty’

built to stay free

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‘television ads’

enslave idiots

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‘The centenarians’

I can hear ten “tens”

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‘The ears’

hear set

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‘The end of the World is nigh!’

Frightened? Down this hole!

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‘Thomas Jefferson’

O, short name’s Jeff

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‘timetable’

bet I’m late

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And finally a contribution from Adam T.

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‘Barack Hussein Obama’

a man broke his abacus

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‘Willard Mitt Romney’

Wait! Drill it on my term.

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It’s Anagram Sunday Again!

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”

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It’s anagram Sunday again, folks.

Time for another selection of those hidden meaning word puzzles.

Enjoy.

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‘car has’ 

a crash

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‘circumstantial evidence’ 

can ruin a selected victim

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‘coins kept’ 

in pockets

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‘confessional’ 

on scale of sin

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‘dictionary’ 

indicatory

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‘fingertips’ 

finest grip

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‘fir cones’ 

conifers

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‘flamethrower’ 

oh, felt warmer

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‘George Bush’ 

he bugs Gore

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‘goodbye ‘

obey God

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‘Halley’s Comet’ 

shall yet come

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‘I run to escape’ 

a persecution

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‘ipod lover ‘

poor devil

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‘Jennifer Aniston’ 

fine in torn jeans

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‘listen’ 

silent

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‘A Sad Ray Gun, Man’

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”

‘A Sad Ray Gun, Man’

Did you get it?

Yes. its ‘Anagram Sunday’.

Enjoy.

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‘rescued’

secured

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‘mother-in-law’

woman hitler

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‘David Letterman’

nerd amid late tv

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‘snooze alarms’

alas no more z’s

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‘To cast pearls before swine’

One’s labor is perfect waste

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‘Vacation Times’

I’m Not as Active

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‘The Hilton’

Hint: Hotel

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‘Payment received’

Every cent paid me

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‘Postmaster’

Stamp Store

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‘School master’

The classroom

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‘The Hurricanes’

These churn air

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‘Waitress’

A stew, Sir?

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‘certainly not’

can’t rely on it

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‘Emperor Octavian’

Captain over Rome

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‘a perfectionist’

I often practice

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‘A shoplifter’

has to pilfer

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‘asteroid threats’

disaster to earth

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‘Breasts’

Bra sets

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‘Contradiction’

Accord not in it

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‘I think therefore I am’

I fear to think I’m here

 

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The Meaning Within, Or Is It? Anyway Here Are Some More Anagrams

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”

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Another Sunday, another selection of those word puzzles called anagrams. Hope you find at least one or two that you like. 

Enjoy.

 

 

‘liposuction’

Op: loin is cut.

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‘bastard’

sad brat

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‘archbishop of Canterbury’

Preach choirboy brats fun

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‘Donald Rumsfeld’

Muddler of lands

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‘the rolling stones’

Hell! Rotting noses!

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‘White House Scandal’

What is “head” counsel?

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‘Apple, Inc’

Epic Plan

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‘George Bush and Saddam Hussein’

Baghdad is madness sure enough!

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‘The Prince of Wales (Charles Philip Arthur George Mountbatten-Windsor)’

I’m eager. I’ll creep in bush undergrowth, sit, chat to plant, hope for answer!

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‘Rt Hon Ann Widdecombe’

Two-chinned Doberman.’

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‘Americas first moon landing’

Grand-scale misinformation!

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‘education’

Idea count

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‘devolution’

to undo evil

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‘repaint’ 

painter

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‘the countryside’ 

no city dust here

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‘anti-democratic’

in came dictator

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‘One good turn deserves another’

Do rogues endorse that? No, never!

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Punchy Punitive Punditry Today? – No, Just More Puny Pungent Puns!

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”

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Yes it’s another selection of those groan-making jokes carefully wrapped up in the thing we call puns.

Enjoy, if you can.

 

 

When fish are in schools they sometimes take debate.

 

What did the grape say when it got stepped on?

Nothing – but it let out a little whine.

 

A criminal’s best asset is his lie ability.

 

Be true to your teeth, or they will be false to you.

 

If you give some managers an inch they think they’re a ruler.

 

Gravity is studied a lot because it’s a very attractive field.

 

Old lawyers never die they just lose their appeal.

 

Those who get too big for their britches will be exposed in the end.

 

When women enter middle age, it gives men a pause.

 

Prison walls are never built to scale.

 

There was a guy who was fired from the orange juice factory for lack of concentration.

 

We were so poor when I was growing up we couldn’t even afford to pay attention.

 

I used to be a tap dancer until I fell in the sink.

 

When the smog lifts in Los Angeles, U C L A.

 

The poet had written better poems, but he’d also written verse.

 

There was a ghost at the hotel, so they called for an inn spectre.

 

Ancient orators tended to Babylon.

 

What do you call a melon that’s not allowed to get married?

Can’t elope.

 

For plumbers, a flush beats a full house.

 

Did you hear about the guy who sent ten puns to friends, in the hope that at least one of the puns would make them laugh.

Unfortunately, no pun in ten did.

 

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Another Anagram Sunday

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”

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What better way to spend a quiet Sunday than reading a few more of those word puzzles called anagrams. As usual it is a mixture of new subjects and old, but I hope you find something in this lot to make you smile.

Enjoy.

 

 

‘Animal Farm by George Orwell’

Minor war fable? Allegory gem!

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‘The Terrorist Osama Bin Laden’

This rotten Arab is real demon.

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‘The Prince of Wales (Charles Philip Arthur George Mountbatten-Windsor)’

Diana Spencer? Elbow her, forget her…now to thrust penis right up Camilla.

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‘Elvis Aaron Presley’

Seen alive? Sorry, pal!

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‘Nurse Florence Nightingale’

Heroine curing fallen gents.

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‘Husband and wife’

Fun was had in bed

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‘Feeling romantic’

Flaming erection!

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‘Cosmetic surgery’

“Yes, I correct mugs.”

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‘Public relations’

Crap, built on lies

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‘Internet chat rooms’

The moron interacts

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‘Election results’

“Lies! Let’s recount!”

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‘The Mona Lisa’

Ah not a smile?

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‘Presbyterian’

Best In Prayer

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‘Madam Curie’

Radium came

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‘Mitt Romney for President’

money first pride, torment!

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 ‘A telephone girl’                                 

Repeating “Hello”

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Another Selection Of Those Word Puzzles Called Anagrams.

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”

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Another selection of those word puzzles called anagrams. Some of the usual suspects are back, but with different takes on their name, and of course thee are a lot of new ones too.

Enjoy.

 

 

‘Dolly Parton’

Dynatrollop

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‘The Prince of Wales (Charles Philip Arthur George Mountbatten-Windsor)’

Real pompous, petulant, high-class inbreed wretch waiting for E.R. throne.

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‘The Titanic disaster’

Death, it starts in ice

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‘Western Union’

No Wire Unsent

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‘The Cincinnati Reds’

Indecent Christian

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‘Confessional’

On scale of sin

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‘Princess Diana’

End is a car spin

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‘Astronomer’

Moon starer

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‘Astronomers’

No more stars

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‘Frito Lay’

Oily Fart

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‘Conversation’

Voices Rant On

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‘ipod lover’

Poor devil

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‘Justin Timberlake’

I’m a jerk but listen

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Mitt Romney for President

form prime intent, destroy

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 ‘Christmas’

Trims cash

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‘A Domesticated Animal’

Docile, as a man tamed it

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‘Garbage Man’

Bag manager

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‘President Bush of the USA’

A fresh one, but he’s stupid

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 ‘Adolf Hitler’

Heil, old fart!

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‘Chairman Mao’

I am on a march.

 

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