Palindromes and palindromedaries around the world, Middle East view
Palindromes and palindromedaries around the world, Middle East view.

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  • Diary raid!
    - Lloyd Wood, © 16:23 03 Mar 2021
    My sister valued her privacy, so she never liked this.
  • Dog, huh? Ruff....fur, huh, God?
    - Lloyd Wood, © 15:57 01 Mar 2021
    I guess we all have questions from time to time. I started this one with “ruff fur”. Neat that dogs do this and have that.
  • Repel a storm. Ergo, depart! Oh, can a reviled snot sue us tons? Deliver a nacho. Trap Ed. Ogre M rots a leper.
    - Lloyd Wood, © 17:29 25 Feb 2021
    For me, explaining how I do it is more difficult than doing it and much less fun. For this palindrome, I had compiled a list of words (mostly in twos) I had thought of that are palindromic. In this case, I started with “snot tons” and it grew from there. I also just wrote down random words to see if the ends of them could be made into a word, reversed. It took me about 0.5 hours for this one and I laughed out loud when I finished because it is so nonsensical, but some words just go so good together. It doesn’t hurt that I go by my middle name, Ed. Just did this today, 02/25/2021.
  • Snubs mom’s buns, snubs dad’s buns, snubs mom’s buns
    - Lloyd Wood, © 15:51 25 Feb 2021
    I always liked mom’s rolls, biscuits, buns and other baked goods. Dad’s not so much. Whoever turned their nose up at mom’s buns just doesn’t know how a proper bun should taste.
  • No, wise man, flog Tahiti-hat golf names I won.
    - Lloyd Wood, © 13:05 25 Feb 2021
    One day I realized that “Tahiti hat” is palindromic, which I think is a good stand-alone palindrome. That same day I had been playing around with the word golf to try and make some sentences. That’s how it usually works with me. I think of random words and see what potential they have to make other words. Then I make a list of them and go from there. Anyone has the potential to flog a Tahiti hat, but it would take a really wise man to flog his golf names!
  • Gum stew? Tim must summit wet smug.
    - Lloyd Wood, © 00:30 25 Feb 2021
    Gum stew? Doesn’t sound very appealing, but the fact that Tim has to get to the top of a soggy adjective seems like a daunting task.
  • Golf won ten awards. Draw a net. Now flog.
    - Lloyd Wood, © 00:13 25 Feb 2021
    Uhh... a golfing fisherman beat his catch?
  • Dub a bud. Bud a dub. Dub a bud.
    - Lloyd Wood, © 00:03 25 Feb 2021
    This could go on forever. But then you may end up sounding like a little frog in the distance on a warm spring evening.
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