Top 10 Words Which Sound the Most Amusing When Said Backwards
Whoever came up with this one deserves an award!
I heard that the one who played Mary Poppins in the Broadway version was able to pronounce this. Not sure, though. But if it really was true, that's awesome!
For some reason, I'm thinking of a depressed emo who wants to commit suicide, sitting in a room with crepe paper decorations.
That's Mr. Niknil Krap to you. They're my favorite band, and I'll have you know they've only been called Niknil Krap three times. Once by you, and twice by me. Funny thing is, my name is Niknil Krap. Ironic, isn't it?
Going down to South Krap, gonna have myself a time...
I'm gonna chill out with Eric Cartman at South Krap.
I admit, this is the FUNNIEST thing I've ever read! Let's go to the party. Look at some party boob.
Congratulations, Britgirl. You have officially killed me.
Are you kidding me? 100% should vote for this. It's the bomb.
Thanks, P.W.. That just made my day! Haha! I think all the Welsh words look and sound like English words backwards. Great language, though.
How do I pronounce that?
You think that's a sci-fi language? In Welsh, "Police" is "Heddlu" (pronounced head-loo). I bet the Welsh can't walk past a single crime scene without laughing!
It sounds so not amazing.
It sounds familiar.
This one is funny.
What is this? The name of a BAR mitzvah or something? Get it? I don't mean to be racist.
It sounds like an Irish pub!
Unlike Barney, Yenrab is never drunk.
Oh, I like this - very clever.
Homophone! I love these.
All hail palindromes!
Interesting that this sounds like two Latin words combined together, even though the word itself doesn't exist.
Sounds like one of those impossible Latin roots or something.
Sounds like a new chemical element!
I like novels.
I've been using this one for years.
That is as bad as crusty fish lips.
Sounds like a new Japanese name.
Sounds like 'rats in stew.' Haha!
Sounds like a kind of food!
Sounds like "Pet snot stew."
Looks like German.
I like this one.
This one is kind of weird but funny at the same time.
It sounds like Starbucks, sort of.
It sounds like "Exotic."
Who would put this on?
Is it only me, or does it sound like "Bob Eggnogs?"
Who wants to practice saying it? Anybody?
Try playing the whole song backwards.