Not only does that phrase give me a ridiculous mental image–it’s fun to say. Even more so, being a palindrome. I’ve always thought the word “palindrome” should be one as well. Don’t you think so? Or does it tend to give the meaning more edge since it’s not?
Forget the scientific, DNA definition. I’m talking about a word or phrase that reads the same forward and backward.
Whether you’re saying it in your head or out loud, it’s a trip. Stunt Nuts. Stunt Nuts.
I was in elementary school when I discovered “Was it a rat I saw?” [I wrote it down on a sticky note in black ink, as soon as I heard it–and still have that same yellow piece of paper to this day]. I always thought that phrase was the coolest thing. Then again, I thought going through the dictionary, on my own to learn a new word every day, was cool. *nerd alert*
and the beloved, boob.
Just a few palindromes for you. So…whether you like it from the front–or you like it from the back…it’s all the same in the word game ;]