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Montreal Metro - Anagrammed

Posted by John / February 28, 2006

anagram.gifCourtesy of the nerds at BoingBoing, who for some reason have taken it upon themselves to become the international hub of public transit maps with the stop names anagrammed, here are two takes on the Montreal system by local bloggers:

This one from In Over Your Head, who apparently have a hip-hop podcast (I can't keep up with cultural texts anymore - writing this post has officially put me so far behind on reading magazines that I won't get to the 2006 issues I've received until 2008), is pretty good. But this livejournal one is better, with numerous changes that seem not just funny but weirdly appropriate.

Some might question the point of anagrams in general, and anagrammed subway maps specifically. Well, obviously, it's rearranged letters. That spell occasionally amusing things. It's very useful, clearly, for, um, hmmm. The people who have taken the time to make these should be commended for their dedication.

"OK, Lisa, here's one for you: Jeremy Irons."
"Um ... Jeremy's Iron."
"I have a ball. Perhaps you'd like to bounce it."



Andrew Rose / February 28, 2006 at 01:16 pm
Genuine class!
Fred / March 1, 2006 at 02:06 am
I wish i had this idea... suave and cholera XIV are killing me.
and what's a jeton anal supposed to be ?
rrrobyn's nose / March 1, 2006 at 04:11 pm
I am so glad to call More Snot metro stn my stn. And it's so accurate in the wintertime! Overpass or train track route, both are cold and blustery - perfect snot-making conditions.
malstain / March 2, 2006 at 08:18 pm
The best anagram for Jeremy Irons is obviously "I's Ron Jeremy."
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