A new anagrams thread

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Dave Payn, Nov 26, 2003.

  1. Dave Payn

    Dave Payn Active Member

    I was sent these a whike back (nothing to do with me despite my penchant for 'word strangling'!) Some truly amazing ones, particularly towards the end of the list.

    I've had to omit a few from the list I was sent, simply because they're too rude!

    Under a lot of pressure =
    Prefer strenuous load?

    True impudence? =
    Picture me nude!

    School student =
    Tends to slouch.

    A television commercial =
    Aim to sell nice car, movie,...

    Charismatic leader =
    Declare I am a Christ!

    Police helicopter =
    I circle 'hot' people.

    The crime of arson =
    Fearsome torchin'.

    A Goose-step march =
    Scream: "Oh! Gestapo!"

    The manuscript =
    Thus came print.

    ...and every night I distrust ~
    the advertising industry.

    Classified Document =
    Found access limited.

    A sorry tale =
    A real story.

    Kitchen garden =
    Green and thick.

    Mortal sin ~
    isn't moral.

    The flowers that bloom in the spring =
    The sign of little warmth: hope's born.

    A Silent Prayer =
    Priestly arena.

    An Office Secretary =
    Carry in coffee, teas.

    The Baptism Ritual =
    Met spiritual bath.

    Paranormal activity =
    I am part clairvoyant.

    I am lonely =
    E-mail only.

    Polygamist =
    Mostly a pig!

    Television ads ~
    enslave idiots.

    Plastic surgery =
    Super-grisly act.

    Snort cocaine =
    Nose narcotic.

    THE ENTERTAINMENT CATEGORY
    Sergeant Ernest Bilko =
    Brainless rotten geek.

    Arsenic and Old Lace =
    A concern, as all died.

    Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons =
    Can't spy marionette cast handlers.

    The conductor, Sir Simon Rattle =
    Music Director short on talent.

    I, Claudius =
    U, Suicidal

    'The Old Man and the Sea' by Ernest Hemingway =
    He's made his enemy angry and won the battle.

    'The Laughing Cavalier' a painting by Frans Hals =
    A fresh chap in a big hat grinning suavely at all.

    He's a legend in his own mind =
    Neil Diamond, when he sings.

    THE TOPICAL CATEGORY
    Weapons of mass destruction =
    Poison to smarten a few scuds.

    Celibacy in the priesthood =
    Choir boys end pathetic lie!


    THE PEOPLE'S NAMES CATEGORY

    Nurse Florence Nightingale =
    Heroine curing fallen gents.

    The American writer Ogden Nash =
    One needs a rather charming wit.

    Rodgers and Hammerstein =
    Men rather admired songs.

    The late Dudley Stuart John Moore =
    O, the dead jester that you'll mourn.

    Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson =
    An old RN sailor, a hero I'm told.

    THE OTHER NAMES CATEGORY

    Marston's Pedigree =
    Am p***ed, no regret.

    Fat Club =
    Cut flab.

    Sibelius Music Printing Software =
    Input sublime scores as if writing.

    The British Board of Film Censors =
    Robs cinemas of best horrid filth.

    Paris Saint-Germain =
    It inspires anagram.

    The Arabian Desert =
    Heat-based terrain.

    The Royal Canadian Mounted Police =
    Ah, namely an ideal cop: red tunic, too!

    The Oxford English Dictionary =
    I find thy lexicon's rather good.

    The Royal Marines =
    Army at shoreline.

    THE LONG CATEGORY [10/8]
    The late British comedian, actor and keyboard player Dudley Stuart John Moore =
    Dead. Both dead. Not only Peter Cook... but also him. (Just hilarity and a merry career).

    'Ablaze: The Mysterious Fires of Spontaneous Human Combustion' by Larry E. Arnold =

    Surely no-one's body can auto flare-up in hot flames, so it's some bizarre urban myth.
     
  2. Seedhouse

    Seedhouse Active Member

    Lol! Just found this post, some of these are really good! :lol:
     
  3. uncle eric

    uncle eric Member

    ****** godo potsing

    (Dieted, Dom) :!:

    regadrs

    unlce ecir
     

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