All that anagramming on April Fool’s Day led me to this wonderful map [You can find the whole tube map here]
wasted hours spent ages working out the different stations. Liz and Jon live near Aleph & Tentacles. Steph and Mark are close to Puny Estate and Debuting Prey!
We’ll be in London at the beginning of May for the annual Baptist Assembly Meetings, Must dig out my Oyster Card before then.
Why are some anagrams particularly satisfying?
- carthorses = orchestras
- wheatmeal = whalemeat
- cat flap = flat cap
That’s quite apart from the anagrams of people’s names
Flit on Cheering Angel = Florence Nightingale
Do you have a favourite anagram?
Can you make an appropriate anagram from your own name?