Have you ever needed to create an anagram for a word or phrase? An anagram is where you take all the letters in the word or phrase and rearrrange them to form a new word or phrase.
For example, the word “betchaboy” can be rearranged into Hey Bobcat, Tabby Echo, Batch Obey, Ace Thy Bob or Echo by Tab. I never said they had to make sense, but they might make good names the next time you need an alias for some website login where you don’t want to use your real name.
Short words are pretty easy to make anagrams from, but the longer they get, the harder it is to come up with something coherent. Unless you enlist the help of a bit ot technology to help you of course… try heading over to the Internet Anagram Server, type in your name, word or phrase and see what you get.
If you come up with anything really good, share it in the comments.
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