Out on a dike

Out on a dike phr. [mid 19-C] (US) going out in one's best clothes. [DIKED DOWN] I'm out as a dyke, occasionally out with a dyke. What I do when I'm out on a dike can become your business once I write about it here.

Saturday, October 08, 2005

Entertainment on a rainy Saturday afternoon

It's possible the England-Austria World Cup qualifier match will provide some entertainment this afternoon. It's the opening minutes of the match so too early to tell just yet. But failing all that - not that I want to put too much emphasis on the fail word - there's another sport I can recommend.

Check out the Internet Anagram Server. It's always good for a laugh. Put your friends' names in and see who comes out with the rudest alias.

I've just found anagrams for Out on a dike and these are some of my favourites:

I took a nude - and why not?

Forget semantics and listen to the sounds instead. I'm still smiling about this one. To oui naked.

Talking of sounds, how about Token audio?

And leaving grammar aside, there's also Ink out a ode. I sometimes do.

So, if these anagrams can teach me anything it seems to be this. That one's best clothes are sometimes no clothes at all.

3 Comments:

  • At 11:19 am, November 03, 2005, Blogger Intolerator said…

    I have a friend who is straight, but has a long history of being propositioned by old, drunk, gay men on Birmingham buses. His name, when anagrammised, comes out as "My Anus Jab Oral Cry". Yay!

     
  • At 7:53 pm, November 03, 2005, Blogger Nicki Hastie said…

    Hi intolerator

    This is great!

    I know a gay man who comes out as:

    Needn't marry
    Ram end entry
    Retry man end
    Damn Reentry
    Dry man enter
    Me red tranny

    There's something poetic about his name, wouldn't you say?

    Nicki

     
  • At 7:59 pm, November 03, 2005, Blogger Nicki Hastie said…

    And then I have a lesbian friend who comes out as:

    Hush, I'm close
    Hi slush come
    Oh such slime!

     

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