'Murder for a jar of red rum' spelled backwards is 'Murder for a jar of red rum'.

'Murder for a jar of red rum'  spelled backwards is 'Murder for a jar of red rum'.
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'Was it Eliot's toilet I saw?' spelled backwards is 'Was it Eliot's toilet I saw?'

'Was it Eliot's toilet I saw?' spelled backwards is 'Was it Eliot's toilet I saw?'
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The original meaning of the word 'silly' means 'blessed' or 'happy'.

The original meaning of the word 'silly' means 'blessed' or 'happy'.
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'Venus Observa' is the technical term used for the missionary sex position.

'Venus Observa' is the technical term used for the missionary sex position.
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In Japan, Ronald McDonald is known as 'Donald McDonald' to make pronunciation easier for the Japanese.

In Japan, Ronald McDonald is known as 'Donald McDonald' to make pronunciation easier for the Japanese.
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A 'palindrome' is a word that is spelled the same way from both ends. For example: racecar

A 'palindrome' is a word that is spelled the same way from both ends. For example: racecar
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The word 'bae' is the Danish word for 'poop'.

The word 'bae' is the Danish word for 'poop'.
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The area where military personnel socialize and eat is called a 'mess'.

The area where military personnel socialize and eat is called a 'mess'.
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'Strengths', at nine letters long, is the longest word in the English language with only one vowel.

'Strengths', at nine letters long, is the longest word in the English language with only one vowel.
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In England, in the 1880's, 'Pants' was considered a dirty word.

In England, in the 1880's, 'Pants' was considered a dirty word.
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