The first weekend of the month has arrived and so has a very interesting date. If you didn’t know, this Sunday is the 2nd of February 2020, and when written (02.02.2020), it’s actually a palindrome.
But what is a palindrome? It is a word, phrase, or sequence of letters that reads the same backwards as it does forwards. For this article, we’re listing down some of the interesting palindromes you might have or never have heard before.
For beginners, let’s start with a few simple words you probably already knew:
It gets better when it’s more than one word:
Not good enough? Wait til you read these:
Too bad, I hid a boot.
Never odd or even.
Some men interpret nine memos.
A man, a plan, a canal - Panama!
"Doc: note, I dissent. A fast never prevents a fatness. I diet on cod." (James Michie, New Statesman, May 5, 1967)
Are we not pure? “No, sir!” Panama’s moody Noriega brags. “It is garbage!” Irony dooms a man—a prisoner up to new era.
We’re as mind blown as you are. And guess what, our national language Bahasa Malaysia also has some unique and special palindromes that we Malaysians use on a daily basis too, such as malam, taat, katak and many more.
Think you can come up with a better palindrome? Comment below!
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