by wpengine on January 20, 2011
Discuss this palindrome in the comments below.
That’s an ambigram, not a palindrome.
True, it’s an ambigram. Mon is a river in Pennsylvania, I believe, so this makes some sense. I have some more ambigrams to add to the site:
And a few palindromes of my own creation:
-I, Ma, saw a seed. No, it never pees. I see prevention. Dee saw, as am I.
-Sex, a tram law, DNA, and Walmart axes.
-Noru bit nine men in Tiburon.
-Regal night life: filth, gin, lager.
-Was a regal lager: a saw.
-Ottoman Empire: We rip men (a motto)
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palindrome: A word, phrase, verse, or sentence that reads the same backward or forward. For example: A man, a plan, a canal, Panama!