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wordsworldwi (X)
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May 27, 2007

Actually, I'd like to ask my Profs...

Now, don't cheat, try to figure it out before you look at the answer below.

Can you figure out what these words have in common?.(Answer below)


Go back and look at them again; think hard.

In all of the words listed, if you take the first letter, place it at the end of the word, and then spell the word backwards, it will be the same word.
Did you figure it out? Even if you did'nt don't worry most people don’t, cheer up you are a Very Normal People.


Henrik Pipoyan  Identity Verified
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English to Armenian
They have one more common feature: May 27, 2007

If you take off the first letter and not place it at the end, they'll all lose their meaning but will be perfectly symmetric, like many things in our life.


erika rubinstein  Identity Verified
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They have something more in common May 27, 2007

All of them have a vowel and consonant and the same one in a backwards order, like es se an na and so on

[Bearbeitet am 2007-05-27 11:34]


Jack Doughty  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
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Russian to English
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Another thing they have in common May 27, 2007

In all the words, there are at least two letters which occur twice or more.


Sylvain Leray  Identity Verified
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German to French
More May 27, 2007

They all are 6 letter words...

Edit : and I can not even count... sorry, it's sundayicon_biggrin.gif

[Modifié le 2007-05-27 12:33]


wordsworldwi (X)
Local time: 21:11
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Well... May 27, 2007

Let’s have another club, the first three are rejected by the the Very Normal Person one, let’s say you are visitors from SMART, Sensibly Meaningful And Realistic Term club members.
Any more candidates? icon_smile.gif


Maria Ondarcuhu
Local time: 17:11
English to Spanish
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Sunday fun test... May 27, 2007

buaaaa!!! I couldn`t find anything. Am I a freak?


Claudia Krysztofiak  Identity Verified
Local time: 21:11
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Let's point out the obvious ... May 27, 2007

they are all English words - has noone noticed before?
And of course they all begin with a capital letter ... icon_wink.gif

[Bearbeitet am 2007-05-27 15:30]


wordsworldwi (X)
Local time: 21:11
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nope.... May 27, 2007

maria ondarcuhu wrote:

buaaaa!!! I couldn`t find anything. Am I a freak?

but a VNP, just like most of us! welcome to the club. icon_biggrin.gif


Vito Smolej
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I knew it right away May 27, 2007

they're six, maximum seven characters long.


PS: and potato should spell potatoe (check with American politicians, they should know)

[Edited at 2007-05-27 21:01]


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