Krab-mealworm-wasted, a cadet saw Mr. Owla embark.- Ray N. Franklin, 09:23 19 Dec 2019
Seed: wasted Time: 20 minutes I started this on the verbs list and landed on wasted. The rest followed fairly quickly. I strongly associate the word cadet with sailing ships, and mealworms with the hardtack sailors ate. Going with the nautical (or maybe spacefaring) theme, the word embark seemed like a good way to expand "em". Krab naturally follows, which is a marketing term for fake crabmeat. I liked the image of a cadet drunk on whatever makes Krab mealworms tolerable. Perhaps the combination ferments without any further assistance. * wasted det saw * wasted a cadet saw * mealworm wasted a cadet saw Mr. Owla em * Krab-mealworm-wasted, a cadet saw Mr. Owla embark. This was the first palindrome I composed during an experiment to see how many I could create in a relatively short amount of time.
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