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Permalink 09/24/08 at 09:50:25 am, by Ed, 139 words   English (US)
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Or, eat my shorts, Will Hart. Hah! You see what I did there?

No, but seriously, it's wordplay today. I came up with this while taking a hot bath:

What common three-letter acronym can be reversed to become a (not necessarily common) acronym that could mean it's opposite?

A two-letter example: BC, or "Before Christ". Reverse that to become CB, or "Christ's Born". So does anybody have an answer? Anyone? No? Okay, DOA, or "Dead on arrival" can be reversed to AOD, or "Alive on Departure". There are probably more. Like OK and KO. "Are you OK?" "No! I'm about to be KO'ed!"

On a side, and I'm not referring to anybody in particular, Bridget, but when you start buying your hair product from the pet store, you gotta expect to get at least a little flak from that.


Comment from: Bridget [Visitor]
It didn't come from a pet store, it came from a regular store like Target and Walmart. It can be used on my hair. It smells good and it makes my hair soft, darn it! I don't pick on you in a public blog. Now be nice!
09/24/08 @ 14:01
Comment from: Ed [Member]
I didn't say I was talking about you, Bridget!
09/24/08 @ 14:33
Comment from: Ben [Visitor]
How about these acronym reversals?

PC -> CP -> Corporate Person
TGIF -> FIGT - Forget It - Get Trucking
WYSIWYG -> GYWISYW - Get Your Work Incomprehensibly Shown Yet Written
MIA -> AIM -> Active In Military
MRE -> ERM -> Explosively Regurgitated Meal (Can you use the same word in the opposite?)
LCD -> DCL -> Drawings Created with Light
LED -> DEL -> Dark Electrical Line
SOS -> SOS -> Sink our Submarine
SNAFU -> UFANS -> Unacceptable Farce Altered to Normal Situation
RFC -> CFR -> Call for Retention
CD -> DC -> Dilluted Cube
10/19/08 @ 06:36

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