Top Ten Amusing Anagrams of Everyday PhrasesPositronWildhawk
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"A hearty chunky ovum? Just what I always wanted! Thank you very much! "
"Pleasure, darling, I was born with one." - PositronWildhawk
So "thank you very much" had such a cheeky anagram. Should be careful of my other daily life phrases. - Kiteretsunu
Describes some of them incredibly well. Like when the doctor says you have mumps and asks you if you'd like him/her to do something about it. - PositronWildhawk
Ha! Funny! And very fitting. I can imagine a gentleman with a hangover who can't remember where the hecky-peck he left his car! - Britgirl
This sounds like the name of a fishing vessel. Home port: the little coastal village of Humour. Every day, the intrepid sailors brave the elements in their sturdy ship, the "Witch of Humour", despite their paralyzing fear of the fabled "Humidor", which prowls the coastline, stalking unsuspecting (or suspecting) fishermen as they try to bring home dinner for their starving families. - PetSounds
Sounds like a good story, PetSounds! You should write a book. Witch of Humour. How much for it? - PositronWildhawk
And what they found was a dead Humidor inside the food tank, thus filling up their stomachs and removing their fear.
(Fanfiction by Kiteretsunu.
This story is not owned by me; it belongs to its owner (PetSounds)) - Kiteretsunu
I recently discovered this in a dream of some sort. I woke up and suddenly discovered it. - CityGuru
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