Amusing Anagrams

Mirth in a Box likes any sort of word play including anagrams. An anagrams is a Pencils Ready!rearrangement of the letters of one word or phrase to form another word or phrase. We thought these were pretty clever:

  • Dormitory=Dirty Room
  • Evangelist=Evil’s Agent
  • Desperation= A Rope Ends It
  • The Morse Code= Here come the Dots
  • Slot Machines=Cash Lost in ’em
  • The Earthquakes=That Queer Shake
  • The Great New York Rapid Transit Tunnel = Giant Work in Street, Partly Underneath
  • A Domesticated Animal = Docile, as a man tamed it

Please send us some of your favorite anagrams!

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4 Responses to Amusing Anagrams

  1. Edgar says:

    There’s only one “T” in “The Morse Code”; “Here come the Dots” has 2.

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