Wednesday, March 21, 2007

A Rancid Mole, I

How about Daemonic Liar?

Those are just two anagrams for American Idol.

I got on this tangent last night while trying to come up with a horrible anagram for the horrible American Idol contestant Sanjaya Malakar, who forever butchered the Kinks' "You Really Got Me".

Alas, Yak Man Ajar, Sanjaya doesn't have much going in terms of anagram fun-ness.

I mean, he's no Gina Glocksen ("Cake Longings" or better yet "Conga-ing Elks"), Haley Scarnato ("Loathes Canary" or, hee hee, "Scrotal Hyaena"), Blake Lewis("We Like Labs" or "Weak Libels"), Jordin Sparks ("Dork Spins Jar"), Lakisha Jones ("His Nasal Joke"), Stephanie Edwards ("Washed Pedestrian" or "She Weirdest Panda"), or Phil Stacey ("Ethical Spy").

No coincidence that two of the best contestants have worthy anagrams in their names:

Chris Richardson ("Rains Rich Chords"), Melinda Doolittle ("Talented Idol Limo" or "Idol Moaned Little" but hopefully not "Old Eliminated Lot"),

Then again, there's Chris Sligh, whose name defies anagrammation.

Cruelly, I'll add Antonella Barba, who didn't make the cut to the final 12, but who was most popular among bloggers, newshounds, and detractors of the show. Posing for racy pictures makes more sense when your name, anagrammed, spells out "Notable Anal Bra". And her musical butchery makes sense too, which is why American voted to "Ban Atonal Blare".

Before you think I have too much time on my hands, this exercise was facillitated by the internet anagram server.

Signing off,

Bone Chill

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