The English language is a complex thing. But every once in a blue moon, someone discovers clever little tricks and quirks that make talking just a little bit more fun. I stumbled upon such a thing a while ago and it evidently never left my mind if I’m here blogging about it like three years later. Palindromes are words or expressions that would say the same thing if they were read backwards. Examples include, “Murder for a jar of red rum”, “Some men interpret nine memos”, and “Go deliver a dare, vile dog!”. They don’t have to make sense, actually most of the time they don’t but that’s alright because we humans are in wonder of simple things.

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Welcome to the feed. My name is JP. The JP Feed is designed as a host to a league of stories, thoughts, and wonders from the minds of anyone that either is just perusing through or serious readers that want their voice to be heard. Anything from poetry to art to just humorous anecdotes is highly encouraged. Here our main goal is to satiate our hunger for knowledge and ideas.

Posted on July 28, 2011, in Random/Miscellaneous and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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