NOT Anagrams

#1
Martin Coogan(Mock Turtles & Steve's sibling) on 96.2 The Revolution, a radio station in Manchester, recently did "Not Anagrams" on one of his shows when he had a poet called Marvin Cheeseman on as a guest. The idea is to take someone's name, then come up with a phrase that sounds like an anagram when spoken, but quite clearly isn't. No swearing, & they can be as complimentary or offensive as you like.

For example:
Professor Stephen Hawking - wet-lipped genius.
Tony Blair - Lying hairdresser.
Chantelle Houghton - Dayglo straw-haired pikey.
Rachel Stevens - Wok faced banshee.
George Michael - Orange bog loafer.
Peter Stringfellow - Tangerine child catcher.
Richard Branson - Lucifer chinned racketeer.
Robbie Williams - Lame lunged lethario.

Now you've got the idea, let's 'ave 'em!
 
#3
Am I just not getting this or are you trying to get people to think of a name and some random words then bask in the satisfied glow of having written absolute and pointless bollox?
 
#4
Like many threads in here, there isn't much point to it other than having a laugh and taking the urine.
Maybe there's a regional humour divide.....?
Not a bad effort guru, But I think that, the_guru - Mulleted dole-drawing inbred, is more in keeping with idea. :)
 
#5
Blair - cnut
Prescott - cnut
Brown, G - cnut.
Beckett - cnut
Reid - cnut
Straw - cnut
Kelly - cnut
Jowell - cnut
Browne , D - cnut
Johnson - cnut
Miliband - cnut
Hewitt - cnut
Benn - cnut
Hain - cnut
Darling - cnut
Alexander - cnut
Hutton - cnut
Blears - cnut
Armstrong - cnut
Timms - cnut
Smith - cnut
Hoon - cnut
McCartney - cnut
Goldsmith - cnut


And, this Coogan fellow for thinking there's an ounce of wit or anything else in this activity - Total, utter, phuckwit, mong, cnut.
 
#6
Hell's teeth, Biscuits, I am far more impressed by your ability to name most of the Cabinet than anything else! Did you recall those from memory or did you cheat? :lol:

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#10
Biscuits_Brown said:
I keep crib notes.
Just so long as you don't keep an album of photographic evidence.
 
#11
I disagree with your opinion of Benn jnr. Seems like a chip off the old block.
I respect the elder in some respects.... However, he's a cnut too.
 
#12
Blast from the past

VIRGINIA BOTTOMLEY I'm an evil Tory bigot

GEORGE HERBERT WALKER BUSH Huge berserk rebel warthog

LEMBIT OPIK I'd kill to be PM

ANTHONY CHARLES LINTON BLAIR I'm a lying useless b*stard
 
#13
cannonpig said:
Like many threads in here, there isn't much point to it other than having a laugh and taking the urine.
Maybe there's a regional humour divide.....?
Not a bad effort guru, But I think that, the_guru - Mulleted dole-drawing inbred, is more in keeping with idea. :)
No mate. Yours is way off because it is obviously not an anagram. Mine is as you say, close enough in letters and length. Practice what you preach

And my favourite anagram (if there is such a thing)


MANCHESTER CITY = SYNTHETIC CREAM
 
#14
Biscuits_Brown said:
Blair - cnut
Prescott - cnut
Brown, G - cnut.
Beckett - cnut
Reid - cnut
Straw - cnut
Kelly - cnut
Jowell - cnut
Browne , D - cnut
Johnson - cnut
Miliband - cnut
Hewitt - cnut
Benn - cnut
Hain - cnut
Darling - cnut
Alexander - cnut
Hutton - cnut
Blears - cnut
Armstrong - cnut
Timms - cnut
Smith - cnut
Hoon - cnut
McCartney - cnut
Goldsmith - cnut


And, this Coogan fellow for thinking there's an ounce of wit or anything else in this activity - Total, utter, phuckwit, mong, cnut.
CAN I SEE A PATTERN FORMING HERE :?: :?: :?: :?:
 
#17
Biscuits_Brown said:
Blair - cnut
Prescott - cnut
Brown, G - cnut.
Beckett - cnut
Reid - cnut
Straw - cnut
Kelly - cnut
Jowell - cnut
Browne , D - cnut
Johnson - cnut
Miliband - cnut
Hewitt - cnut
Benn - cnut
Hain - cnut
Darling - cnut
Alexander - cnut
Hutton - cnut
Blears - cnut
Armstrong - cnut
Timms - cnut
Smith - cnut
Hoon - cnut
McCartney - cnut
Goldsmith - cnut


And, this Coogan fellow for thinking there's an ounce of wit or anything else in this activity - Total, utter, phuckwit, mong, cnut.
That had me laugh out loud - and Death_Rowums' photo album. :lol:
 

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#19
the_guru said:
cannonpig said:
No mate. Yours is way off because it is obviously not an anagram. Mine is as you say, close enough in letters and length. Practice what you preach
And exactly what part of NOT anagrams are you finding difficult? Read the title of the thread before showing your mongness :x
 
#20
Biscuits_Brown said:
Blair - cnut
Prescott - cnut
Brown, G - cnut.
Beckett - cnut
Reid - cnut
Straw - cnut
Kelly - cnut
Jowell - cnut
Browne , D - cnut
Johnson - cnut
Miliband - cnut
Hewitt - cnut
Benn - cnut
Hain - cnut
Darling - cnut
Alexander - cnut
Hutton - cnut
Blears - cnut
Armstrong - cnut
Timms - cnut
Smith - cnut
Hoon - cnut
McCartney - cnut
Goldsmith - cnut
.

That ain't how you play the game, you just listed a load of cnuts :eek:
How about Bush - cnut, dammit now you have me at it :eek: