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I love anagrams!
« on: Thu, 2013-09-19, 14:54:20 »
I love anagrams.

Manager's viola.
Magnolia saver.
Males on viagra.
Gain some larva.
An alive orgasm.
I, anal gas mover.
Evil Roman saga.
A roaming slave.
More LA vaginas.
Salami or vegan.
Savoring a meal.
Salmon gave air.
Maria slag oven.
Go Maria's navel.
I earn lava smog.
A gar moans: "Evil!"
Log via man arse.
A mangrove sail.

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Re: I love anagrams!
« Reply #1 on: Thu, 2013-09-19, 15:06:22 »
Good one, Paxi, Thanx  :)

Some of them are quite funny, some pretty far out, e.g I don't know what a gar is/should be, and some don't make any sense, like Maria slag oven  ???

Some can be connected, like More LA vaginas mean more Males on viagra  :D

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« Reply #2 on: Thu, 2013-09-19, 15:56:34 »
Good one, Paxi, Thanx  :)

Thank you.

Some of them are quite funny, some pretty far out, e.g I don't know what a gar is/should be, and some don't make any sense, like Maria slag oven  ???

A gar is some sort of fish.
Slag is a partially vitreous by-product of the process of smelting ore. So a slag oven, could be an oven where slag is produced. This particular oven is called 'Maria'. Like how some people give their car a name.

Yeah, it's farfetched, I know. But it's still fun!

Some can be connected, like More LA vaginas mean more Males on viagra  :D

Absolutely!



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Your tits unworn.
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Sworn unity Tour.
Turn into wry sou.
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Re: I love anagrams!
« Reply #3 on: Thu, 2013-09-19, 17:50:20 »
Slag is a partially vitreous by-product of the process of smelting ore. So a slag oven, could be an oven where slag is produced. This particular oven is called 'Maria'. Like how some people give their car a name.

Yes, of course  :P

However, I think I'm gonna call my slag oven "Paxi"  ;D

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A gar is some sort of fish.

Yup, it can also be a man who admires another man, like you do me  *horns*

www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=gar

Now I'm gonna outrun your wiry snot  :D

Seeya guys tomorrow  ;)

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Re: I love anagrams!
« Reply #4 on: Sat, 2013-09-21, 23:16:06 »
here's one for you.... find out by yourself what I was originally typing :P

A Gaffe Union Murks You
A Giraffe Musk Noun You
A Fake Fusing Mourn You
A Mesa Funking Four You
A Sneak Fuming Four You
A Oregano Muffin Yuk Us
A Guineas Fumy Fur Nook


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« Reply #5 on: Sun, 2013-09-22, 10:42:57 »
You arouse King Uff, man
You're so f*king... um... fauna
I go make u a US for funny
You are making fun, so FU
Go a funky furious amen
I fake a guru's funny 'moo'
Oak-faun use fumy groin
I ask for a menu of UN guy
A safe forum nuking you
A fun game, I sunk for you
You're an amusing 'fuk of'

?

Probably one of the last two.

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« Reply #6 on: Sun, 2013-09-22, 11:00:21 »
They'r deteriorating somewhat now  :o ::) ???

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« Reply #7 on: Sun, 2013-09-22, 11:12:51 »
They'r deteriorating somewhat now  :o ::) ???

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Well, you should try a few of your own. It's good fun!

Here's a nice little website to help you out:
http://wordsmith.org/anagram/index.html

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« Reply #8 on: Sun, 2013-09-22, 20:33:55 »
actually, no. 4 was quite close. only the last two words are "of us".... ;)
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Re: I love anagrams!
« Reply #9 on: Sun, 2013-09-22, 21:55:39 »
Eleven plus two = ?
Earth mad tree = ?
Tenor pure epic = ?

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« Reply #10 on: Sun, 2013-09-22, 23:21:07 »
Eleven plus two = ?

Twelve plus one (nice!)

Earth mad tree = ?

Dream Theater ;)

Tenor pure epic = ?

Porcupine Tree


Hehehe.

Dream Theater could also be 'A Hatred Meter' or 'A Retard Theme' or 'The Drama Tree' or 'Mere Death Art' or 'Dare Threat Me' or 'Remade Hatter'.
A few nice titles for a Mike Portnoy solo album?

Porcupine Tree is also 'Put On Creepier' or 'Picture Opener' or 'Copper Reunite' or 'Rune Pot Recipe' or 'Euro Cent Piper' or 'Upper Erection'. :-X

Pretty cool actually.


Arena is just 'An Ear'.
Pendragon = 'Anger Pond' or 'Grand Peon'.
Marillion = 'A Mini Roll' or 'I Am Rollin''.
Pink Floyd = 'Fold Pinky' or 'Dinky Flop'.
Anathema = 'A Mean Hat'.
Blackfield = 'Flick Blade'.

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Re: I love anagrams!
« Reply #11 on: Mon, 2013-09-23, 00:16:29 »
About the band 'An Ear':

The band has Colin Elvan on keyboards, Jim Hellnotch on guitars, JoJo Twinth on bass, Mo Nitpicker on drums and a new vocalist called Nazim Al'Up.
After their 2005 album "Prep's Pet Hog" they went on a small hiatus. In the meantime bass player Nial Mason and singer Ed Snoworb left the band. Then, in 2011, they released their new album: "The Referee Ed Hosts A Top Evening". Of course, the title is meant as an honour to their former vocalist Ed, sometimes jokingly called 'the referee'.

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« Reply #12 on: Mon, 2013-09-23, 09:01:34 »
 ;D Paxi

I particularly like "Jim Hellnotch on guitars"  :D

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« Reply #13 on: Mon, 2013-09-23, 16:45:36 »
About Dinky Flop

"Here Is Why We Euro" is the ninth studio album by the English progressive rock group Dinky Flop, released in September 1975. Inspired by material the band composed while performing across Europe, "Here Is Why We Euro" was recorded in numerous sessions at London's Boba Yard Studios. The song My Noisy Arcade Hound In Oz was a tribute to former band member Brad Yetts. Coincidentally, Yetts made an impromptu visit to the studio while it was being recorded. It was lead writer Garet Rowers' idea to split the song in two parts and use it to bookend the album around three new compositions, forming a new concept similar to their previous album, "Tom Tendered A Fish Hook".

Garet Rowers: Bass, vocals
Vladimir Dugo: Guitars, vocals
Chad Gritwhirr: Keyboards, vocals
Cain Monks: Drums

Tracklist:

Side one:
1. My Noisy Arcade Hound In Oz, Parts I-V
2. The Cocaine To Whelm Me

Side two:
1. Agave Chair
2. Here Is Why We Euro
3. My Noisy Arcade Hound In Oz, Parts VI-IX

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« Reply #14 on: Mon, 2013-09-23, 17:38:45 »
You know what, Paxi: You don't need any LSD. Continue like this, and everybody will think you'r an acidhead  ;D

When I read 1975, I knew rightaway which album it was  ;)

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« Reply #15 on: Thu, 2013-09-26, 21:54:43 »
About Dinky Flop

"Here Is Why We Euro" is the ninth studio album by the English progressive rock group Dinky Flop, released in September 1975. Inspired by material the band composed while performing across Europe, "

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2. Here Is Why We Euro
3. My Noisy Arcade Hound In Oz, Parts VI-IX

this is hilarious
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Re: I love anagrams!
« Reply #16 on: Fri, 2013-09-27, 14:53:42 »
... and brilliant !


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« Reply #17 on: Sun, 2013-12-29, 15:02:38 »
In 2002 The Drama Tree released a double album.
The drummer, Monty O'Piker, is a good friend of another well-known Prog Rocker. Their friendship and ongoing collaboration resulted in them co-writing three songs.

The tracklist initially looked like this:

1. This 's Neal's Prog
   I. Fine Lector
   II. Into Roaster
   III. Alien Voter
2. Flat Bhindi
3. Odd Morse Units
4. A Behatted Greet
5. Praise Pad
6. Unstung Decerebrise Reflexion
   I. Our V Tree
   II. Thou Acrobats
   III. And Where Is My Aid
   IV. Let's Dump The Helmets At That
   V. Skiing Hotdogs
   VI. Sheila's Trolly
   VII. Thou Acrobats (Reprise)
   IX. A Smiling Ad/Feeling Torn

In the end, they decided to rename a few of the songs because most members in the band didn't like the direct references to their outside co-writer. So the first track became "A Pilsner's Ghost" (about Monty's alcohol addiction) with the sub parts being renamed "Nice Floret", "Nastier Root" and "Evil Atoner".

The third track, another with initially a very clear reference to Monty's friend, was also rewritten and became "Distuned Rooms", where Jupin Crochet plays a solo while simultaniously distuning his guitar, resulting in a unique twist which was never done before.

The fifth song on the album, "Praise Pad", became "Diaper Sap", then changed back into "Praise Pad" again. Judas Droners, the keyboard player, experimented with an iPad full of worship songs that Monty's friend had written.

The title song, which makes up the entire second CD, is actually a story about a person suffering from a strange illness: his brains start to disappear.

Vocals: Abram El Jesi
Guitars: Jupin Crochet
Keys: Judas Droners
Bass: Juno G. Hymn
Drums: Monty O'Piker

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« Reply #18 on: Mon, 2013-12-30, 09:40:09 »
 ;D Paxi

Jamie took on Jordan's Jewy thingy and became Abram El Jesi - one can hardly make it more obvious - and Jordan became the baddy, Judas Droners :D

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« Reply #19 on: Thu, 2015-07-09, 00:44:04 »
I still love anagrams! (And have too much time on my hands...)

OK, it's time for an update, because An Ear has recently released a new album!

The eighth studio album, "Yeti Hunk Quest", is a concept inspired by Ms. R.J. Mae's 1911 short story, "Raunchiest Gents". The story itself, as well as its 1957 film adaptation, "Hot Feeding Month", has always held a special place in Colin Elvan's memory and, not surprisingly, with its gloomy mood and a decent dose of the supernatural, it served as a perfect material for the next "An Ear" release. Jim Hellnotch suggested the title and the band got down to work.

The track list:

1. Ed, The Ski Monster
2. Is It Thom Who Coded It?
3. The Furbish Food Flop
4. Huh? Loving It Bites Too?
5. Connect Our Acne Hen
6. A Merchantman's Gin Pork
7. Yeti Hunk Quest
8. A Fathered Bop Nephew
9. Tourist Menu
10. Resurrecting The UN
11. Expanded New Cut
12. Larva Beer Welter

As you can see from the tracklist, this gloomy story takes place at an Apr├Ęs-ski and there's a lot of drinking and eating involved. It's about Ed (a gifted skier, who's jokingly called 'the ski monster' (and coincidentally also the name of Ed Snoworb, former singer of the band)) and his nerdy friend Thom who are on holiday in the French Alps where they search for the abominable snowman. Thom, who is a hacker, wrote a code to enter the main computers of the ski resort. He finds out about the hidden agenda to bring down the United Nations with food poisoning.

This album is a rollercoaster ride adventure with wild pursuits, maniacal cooks, chickens suffering from acne and yetis. All of this in Prog Rock style in the broadest sense. Thanks to the new bass player Sako Manly (who replaced JoJo Twinth (who replaced Nial Mason)), Arena finds themselves exploring new musical territories. "The new album still rocks and there's some very heavy stuff, but there's a bit of Bebop here too." says Jim Hellnotch, who also plays a fantastic sax solo on Tourist Menu. "Oh, and there's one track where we try to sound like It Bites, I wonder if you can spot it!" Colin Elvan comments: "We've also adopted some Ska and Reggae elements which works remarkably well. We even got a new name for it: Ski-Ska!".

The band are currently on tour. They will also be part of the Oktoberfest where they give a special gig in lederhosen.
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« Reply #20 on: Thu, 2015-07-09, 19:33:54 »
 :). Nice read, took some time I suppose.
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« Reply #21 on: Thu, 2015-07-09, 21:23:31 »
Thanks. Ehm.. Yes... But I have a three weeks off from work, so plenty of time.