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Post by Angstrom » Tue Feb 22, 2005 1:37 pm

A man, a plan, a canal ; Panama !

without the punctuation obviously :)

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Post by hoffman2k » Tue Feb 22, 2005 1:39 pm

Benshik wrote: live = evil

:twisted:
Remember this one? :lol:
smutek wrote:Image

:lol:

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Post by mexique1 » Tue Feb 22, 2005 1:53 pm

les contrepétries c'est bon aussi :

la philanthropie de l'ouvrier charpentier

ou

la tripe en folie de l'ouvier partant chier

:lol:
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Post by Benshik » Tue Feb 22, 2005 2:19 pm

les chemises du chef sont-elles seches ou archi-seches?

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Post by nexus-6 » Tue Feb 22, 2005 2:29 pm

slap da af med den sprog-forvirring,det er da til at få hovedpine over
Nexus-6,Nexus-6-project

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Post by mexique1 » Tue Feb 22, 2005 2:35 pm

les chemises du chef
no, it's : les chaussettes de l'archi-duchesse :mrgreen:


ho really, is this a so troll-esque thread ? :lol:
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Post by peeddrroo » Tue Feb 22, 2005 2:42 pm

ikeaboy wrote:Palindromes, ain't they?
yeah, thanks, i couldn't remember the name.

but i think the "acoustical palindromes" have another name.
while googling that, i saw a french author wrote a 1247 words palindrome! (george perrec, for those interested).

could we have more palindromes in exotic languages please? (i'm thinking of dutch, german, italian, spanish, whatever...)

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Post by Benshik » Tue Feb 22, 2005 2:52 pm

mexique1 wrote:
les chemises du chef
no, it's : les chaussettes de l'archi-duchesse
in Marseilles maybe, but not in Montreal :twisted:

:wink:

Great post :D If a suicidal computer freak ends up here comparing his self with us, it's a garanteed boost for his self-estime :D

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Post by hoffman2k » Tue Feb 22, 2005 2:59 pm

peeddrroo wrote:
ikeaboy wrote:Palindromes, ain't they?
yeah, thanks, i couldn't remember the name.

but i think the "acoustical palindromes" have another name.
while googling that, i saw a french author wrote a 1247 words palindrome! (george perrec, for those interested).

could we have more palindromes in exotic languages please? (i'm thinking of dutch, german, italian, spanish, whatever...)
Dutch:
Baas, neem een racecar, neem een Saab.
Daar eiste hij z'n ei en zij het sieraad.
De pot op Ed.
En er is ananas, Irene.
Er is daar nog onraad sire!
Koop ik 'n ei dan nadien kip ook.
Koos u de garage dus ook?
Laat af, Sire, Velpon eten op lever is fataal.
Mooie zeeman nam Anna mee, zei oom.
Mot om Ina frustreert surfanimo, Tom!

other:
No melon, no lemon
Red rum, sir, is murder.
Rise to vote, sir
Sir I'm Iris.
Was it a cat I saw?
Et la marine va venir à Malte
Eine treue Familie bei Lima feuerte nie.



:lol:

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Heh...

Post by gaspode » Tue Feb 22, 2005 3:27 pm

For sheer nerdiness and uselessness you'll be hard pressed to beat Quines...

A quine is a computer program, that when run it will output itself.

They are a logical nightmare to write, but you learn a lot about your programming language of choice when you are done.

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Post by Angstrom » Tue Feb 22, 2005 3:34 pm

favourite so far

Tulsa night life: filth, gin, a slut


:)

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Post by Hedroom » Tue Feb 22, 2005 4:23 pm

http://www.palindromelist.com/

Check the "longest ever"


Oh.... and .....

Tulsa's [mom's] a slut

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Post by nolus » Tue Feb 22, 2005 8:05 pm

Oldest known palindrome -
"Madam I'm Adam"
"That very perceptive of you Mr Stapleton, and rather unexpected... in a G Major"

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Post by conny » Tue Feb 22, 2005 8:33 pm

Please, guys, I'm on sick leave... All my stitches arer ripping apart. Stop!
(O, once again I feel deep love for this forum) :D

BTW: No - on.
Boy, that was a hard one to construct.

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Post by page » Wed Feb 23, 2005 1:05 am

Go hang a salami, i'm a lasagna hog

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