What is #NameThatPalindrome, you ask?
A palindrome is a word or phrase that is spelled the same forward and backward, like “kayak” or “Madam, I’m Adam.”
For the last few years, I’ve hosted weekly palindrome challenge – every Thursday. 🙂 I give a clue, and the answer will always be a palindrome. It’s a fun game; join on in!
Here are some recent solutions! (Check back if the most recent one hasn’t posted yet.)
Clue: Instructions in a bizarre game of Simon Says: “Move fwd one place, run competitively, act like rugs!” (4 wds)
Answer: Step, race, be carpets!
Clue: More instructions for a bizarre game of Simon Says: “Lightly touch sniffer! Shout! Everyone look at Ms. Benatar!” (7 wds)
Answer: Tap nose! Yell! All eyes on Pat!
Clue: Children of pregnant mother confer on mom’s absence: “’Has mommy given birth?’ ‘She has!’” (5 wds) Thx @_aibohphobia_ #NameThatPalindrome
Answer: Did mom pop? Mom did.
Clue: A zoologist obsessed with cunning forest creatures’ gender is fixating on the: (3 wds) #NameThatPalindrome (Thx, @darthfractious!)
* Answer: Sex of foxes
If someone thought gambling and musical shows equaled intelligence, they might create this slogan for the desert town: “Wise Nevada City…” (2 wds)
Answer: Sage Vegas