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Anagramarama

2010-01-04

Tiffany and I have played, oh, a hundred or so rounds of Boggle in the past week. It is a fun game, but I am starting to see anagrams in every day objects. Well, not in so much as instead of. For instance, I’ll be in the shower and see P E A R, and P E A, and P R E, and P E R, and A P E, and E A R, and R E A P. Not that I’m showering per a pear- and pea-reaping pre-ape’s ear or anything. It’s the letters I’m seeing. Like, Boggle is a fourth spatial dimension.

Words are dangerous.

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