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wayman
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Ok anyone any good at Anagrams???

That is you take the letters from a word or words mix them up and create a new word or words.

Example: "Hi! muzzle pets."
Unscrambled is "Puzzle me this!"


I'll start you off with an easy one.

A git chef came.
or
Acme gift ache.
or
Mace each gift.

The answer is the same for all three
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I believe yours is "the Magic Café". How about some others?

The Magic Café =
Might face Ace.
Magi etch face.
A fit gem cache.

Here's one I actually originated, and have preserved at Anagram genius:

Two home-bound planes threatened events. =
September Eleventh, Two Thousand and One


Let's see. It's my turn to leave an anagram to stump people. What is this unscrambled?

Clapped! (Void if red)
...or...
Card-flipped video
...or...
Prop devil did Café!
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David Copperfield

Um, do I have to do one now?

Andy's hitch-hiker ate the queen
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Here is an interesting anagram

"In one of the Bard's best thought of tragedies, our insistent hero, Hamlet, queries on two fronts about how life turns rotten."
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Starts with 'to' ends with 'fortune'?
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On 2003-10-12 13:28, magicgeorge wrote:
David Copperfield

Um, do I have to do one now?

Andy's hitch-hiker ate the queen



Hmmmmm....

The "Hike Any Threads" Technique? <G>
Hey! Shattered Hank Technique I? <G>
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Um, do I have to do one now?

Andy's hitch-hiker ate the queen

I doubt I have the correct answer, but here are some tries. I do like the last one I list.

Her hint equated inky cheetahs.

Hey, think "Catherine head" quest.

Catherine quashed the key hint.

Hey, his tenth Catherine quaked.

Catherine had thy sequent hike.

Catherine Edith, thy hen quakes.

Hey thanks, quite hit adherence.

Hither thy sneaked a technique.

Keith had thy queen's Catherine.

Hey, cheated in here. Quit! Thanks.
Humans make life so interesting. Do you know that in a universe so full of wonders, they have managed to create boredom. Quite astonishing.
- The character of ‘Death’ in the movie "Hogswatch"
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...or...
Hiked hyena threat techniques

They had thirteen inches! {{{quake}}}
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I save idle light, or whale's toy attacks guppy toy.

My name is STAN H. GARMASIANI

(anagram in caps)
Magic is for the weak minded...the spectators, I mean.
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Clue to mine: it's a less lyrical version of a layman’s misnomer.
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Trixta: STAN H. GARMASIANI
answer: This is an anagram.
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On 2003-10-15 17:35, wayman wrote:
Trixta: STAN H. GARMASIANI
answer: This is an anagram.

Nice work. Here's one that I did in school today.

I ram a fool, slightly geeky, cute, tart, I need yen, I sue Zack, I hear ways my lies lug cud, core van sung for hat.
Magic is for the weak minded...the spectators, I mean.
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I save idle light, or whale's toy attacks guppy toy.
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Solve this, today! Will you get it? Great hack, sappy.
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Here's a few fun ones for you:

Taverns bat me.

Averts bat men.

Arm/bat events.

These are all anagrams of the name of the man who caught the ball that many claim lost the game for the Cubs last night.
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On 2003-10-15 18:58, magicgeorge wrote:
I save idle light, or whale's toy attacks guppy toy.
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Solve this, today! Will you get it? Great hack, sappy.


Not what I had in mind, but it still works.
Magic is for the weak minded...the spectators, I mean.
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Ok heres a good one that you ALL read every day here at the Café!!

"I am classic hang piing enigma"
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Magicians helping magicians?
wayman
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"Gotcha! git to toy truths."
or should I say
"You got that right Scott!"
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On 2003-10-13 03:11, bakerkn wrote:
Here is an interesting anagram

"In one of the Bard's best thought of tragedies, our insistent hero, Hamlet, queries on two fronts about how life turns rotten."


Omigosh, that is the absolute best anagram ever!

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