Monday, December 10, 2007

Manic Monday: Ornament

Ok, maybe I AM a little obsessed with anagrams lately.
I can't stop! Help!

Do they make medication for that? Prescription or over-the-counter?
I'm willing to, you know, just try a bunch of random stuff and see if it helps.
What would happen if I mixed Nyquil, Tabasco Sauce, Prozac, and Aspirin?
Should I swallow it or make a suppository out of it?

Earlier I posted anagrams of the following blogs over at Jantrails:
More Random Than Average
It's A Blog Eat Blog World

And As The World Turns

Crazy Working Mom
Bagwine Ruminations

I also listed anagrams of these blogs over at Jantics:
Don't Wanna Hear It
Shelli's Sentiments

Wayne's World


Purrchance To Dream

I'd previously posted anagrams of Meloncutter Musings (here), Pointless Directives (here), and Get Your Blog On (here).

And then I listed 45 anagrams for Pointless Drivel (here). (My favorite one is "Evil Old Spinster." It's ME!)

It all started last week when I began with the phrase "Google Can Bite My Ass."

I can't stop.
I am a madwoman.
More so than usual, I mean.

So, with that in mind, here are some anagrams for "Manic Monday Ornament."
Annoy Romantic Madmen
Acrimony Meant "Damn, NO!"
Moron Man Can Dynamite!
Damn My Innocent Aroma
Damn Any Romantic Omen

Command Inner Anatomy

Innocent Madman Mayor
Madmen On My Carnation

In fact, um, here are some more, over at Jantics AND Jantrails.
I'm sorry.
Really I am.


Travis said...

There's a definite theme in these and it seems completely opposite to the fun and frolics that are generally associated with Christmas ornaments.


Janna said...

Travis: Did I mention that Santa is an anagram of Satan?

Shelli said...

There is a word for it. And a cure. It's prescription. It is called OCD or Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. lol

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

I'd say you need to drink that concoction that you made. Sounds yummy. Let me know how it works and I may give it a go. Bwahahahah. Have a great MM. :)

katherine. said...

tabacso suppository....could be painful...and not in a good way

Mr. Fabulous said...

There is nothing wrong with you that a couple of lawn dart suppositories can't fix.

lisa said...

nothing needs to be fixed! anagrams rock (or a crank orgasm, and ransack margo) unfortunately, my blog name has no vowels so it's not possible.
fun post, I'm going to check your others
Happy Amid Many Con!

whall said...

I was addicted to anagrams for a very long time but finally quit. until now and you re-lit my passion for them.

My wife now hates you.

Oh, and have you seen the self-referential sentences? I got one framed for my dad once. It says something "This birthday sentence is for Wayne and it contains exactly twenty-seven 'a's, six 'b's, ...." blahblah but it was exactly correct! Very cool gift.

Julie said...

Hmmmm well this is a most interesting induction for me ... to you~!

You can bet on my return but if your posts continue to confuse me I think my comments might confuse you!


Happy MM dear!

Janna said...

Shelli: But sometimes it's FUN to be OCD... Hmmm... How much fun are the drugs?

Sandee: If I try it, I will definitely blog about it. If I live.

Katherine: IS there a good way for a suppository to be painful?

Mr. Fab: Are you offering?

Lisa: I love it! Thanks for playing along!

Whall: Tell your wife I'm very sorry.

Julie: I think I confuse most people most of the time anyway.