Slightly off-topic, but hopefully language-related enough to stand the scrutiny of moderators.
So for some odd reason that I can't remember, I started searching for anagrams of my full name (first, middle and last), and came up with a few that I found interesting enough to share. An anagram is a word or phrase spelled by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase. I played around with this online anagram solver.
In particular, I was looking for phrases that meant something, that felt associated to me. It's interesting to be able to find phrases using up all the letters of your name, especially when those phrases can be revealing. Here are the one's I've found so far (I'm not really comfortable listing my full name here where it will appear in google search results, but suffice it to say my first name is Nathan, nickname Nate). What's really cool is that the best ones I've found kind of tell a story when placed in this order:
- The teen satan rebels.
- Has tent, enable trees!
- Tree-Nate less bent, ha!
- An earth beetle nests.
- Tree bashes lean tent.
- Nestle beneath tears.
So, what interesting anagrams does your name create (whether first, last, first and last, and/or first, middle, last)?