Erinsborough is an anagram of Neighbours.(sort of)
no it’s not! (you saved yourself with an edit)
We were told this on the NEIGHBOURS TOUR in Melbourne and I’ve only just realised there’s too many Rs
Not quite, but I remember reading something years ago where the writers said that that was how they came up with the name
oh it’s one of those “wharf stands for warehouse at riverfront” things where it’s not a fact but now people say it is.
I found out today why Neil Warnock is ‘affectionately’ known as Colin: his name is an anagram of Colin Wanker
get a refund tbh
And David Ginola is an anagram of Vaginal Dildo
It appears in The Shining, the kid keeps hearing or sensing the phrase Red Rum, and eventually works out what it means.
I thought that the horse’s name came from the book, but apparently:
Red Rum was so named when his original owner took the last three letters from the names of his dam and sire - Mared and Quorum
Wayne Mark Rooney is an anagram of Anyway Reek Moron
He’s not Armand Van Helsing
Listening to All Killa No Filla and only just clocked that Gianni Versace was killed in America.
When this happened I think I just heard the name (which I recognised) and presumed he’d be Italian and living in Italy.
I mean even at the time this revealed a ‘thing I was slow to realise’ which is that ‘Versace’ was pronounced ‘versaatchi’ and so until his murder I hadn’t even realised that spoken name referred to that logo I saw all over the place. My mum’s friend had the same reaction so I’m not sure if maybe TV ads with perfumes and the like weren’t very common then so you didn’t hear and see the name?
(Or else I’m just displaying my NO FASHION credentials in the hope of plaudits from @Antpocalypsenow)
Red Rum is murder spelt backwards
I have! I must have blanked it out.
I realised that Michael Jackson’s The Man In The Mirror is a song about HIMSELF (and not some kind of other character like a ghost or some shit) at a worryingly adult age.