Thursday, July 17, 2008

Legal Anagrams

As many of you know, an anagram is a word whose letters may be rearranged to form another word. For instance, “time” may become “item”, with its letters suitably rearranged. Here are some amusing anagrams created from the phrase “the legal profession”, courtesy of the Anagram Genius site:

*Large if not hopeless

*Posh liars on fee gelt

*Profile those angles

* Pleasing fools there

*Oops! All-nighter fees.

Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

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