28 feb. 2011


Another curious fact about my last name is that it is the same upside down:

Draw a capital M that looks a little bit like an upside-down W.

Now draw an a that looks like an upside down e.

Now make a y and an h that are pretty much the same shape.

The final e and w should look like upside down a and m.

Finally, turn the word upside down.

There is a special name for a word like this but I don't know what it is. It's even better than a palindrome like Bob or Otto.

2 comentarios:

Jordan dijo...

I believe Dave Morice calls it a radial palindrome.

Andrew Shields dijo...

Reminds me of Scott Kim's "inversions":