GREATEST ANAGRAM EVER

March 25, 2011 § Leave a comment

If you’ve ever tried your hand at making an anagram, you will appreciate how difficult it can be to come up with one that consists of actual words, much less one that makes a meaningful sentence and even conveys a meaningful message.  That is what makes this one so incredible. 

TO BE OR NOT TO BE: THAT IS THE QUESTION; WHETHER ‘TIS NOBLER IN THE MIND TO SUFFER THE SLINGS AND ARROWS OF OUTRAGEOUS FORTUNE

can be rearranged to spell

IN ONE OF THE BARD’S BEST-THOUGHT-OF TRAGEDIES, OUR INSISTENT HERO, HAMLET, QUERIES ON TWO FRONTS ABOUT HOW LIFE TURNS ROTTEN.

I don’t recall where I found this, but whoever did it is a genius.  I parsed it some years ago to verify that it is a genuine anagram.  If you disagree, post a comment.

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