Friday, January 12, 2007

What do these words have in common? . . .
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Voodoo
banana
grammar
dresser
revive
uneven
potato
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I will give you the answer at the end of this day...in the comment-box

10 comments:

Lexcen said...

each word has two sets of the same letter with oo and oo in voodoo, nn and aa in banana, mm and aa in grammar,ee and ss in dresser, ee and vv in revive, ee and nn in uneven, oo and tt in potato.

Kirsten N. Namskau said...

Lexcen: Good suggestion...Do anyone else have any other suggestions??

BBC said...

Umm, I don't know, but what jumped into my mind was a question.

Will you make me a banana split?

LOL

Oh well, I love my mind even if no one else does. :-)

Kirsten N. Namskau said...

BBC: LOL ... You mean I shall split your banana....????

BBC said...

No, no, not MY banana. Argh !!!!

*Runs away*

BBC said...

Umm, do you know what a banana split is? Do they make them there?

BBC said...

How many times do I have to come back looking for the answer?

Hammer said...

If you you take the first letter and put it behind and reverse the word it makes the same word again.

Kirsten N. Namskau said...

Hammer: BINGO !!!! It is called palidromes (or partial palidromes)when a word is still the same word after you have taken the first letter and put it as the last and then read reversed.

BBC: Yes, I know what bananasplit is and we have it here in Egypt too.
I make it myself at home and I also make my own ice-cream and fruitsauces.

BBC said...

Good job, Hammer.