Monday, April 19, 2010

Palindromic Sentence Copout No. 2


So, I saw a bottle of Niagara Drinking Water (pictured) the other day and fashioned another palindrome:

Niagara's tsar again

This one assumes that Niagara Falls, Ontario and Niagara Falls, New York share a supreme ruler, which they don't. It turns out that putting verbs into palindromic phrases is the hardest part.

In other tedious wordplay news, peep this compendium of paragraphs that only use words with common vowels (via my girlfriend): EUNOIA.

1 comment:

Andrew Morrissett said...

TTU bash prom morphs a butt

So, at Texas Tech University, there was a prom event, and people's butts went through all sorts of changes b/c they danced so hard