Not Anagrams Answered
We're all familiar with anagrams?
Rearranging the letters of a word phrase, or name to produce a new phrase, using all the original letters and only once each.
"Ripley's Believe it or Not" - "Lively enterprise. Boo it"
Or anagrams of a former US President
However, more fun are not-anagrams
Tony Blair - Lying hairdresser.
Richard Branson - Lucifer chinned racketeer.
Peter Stringfellow - Tangerine child catcher.
Do you know of any amusing "not-anagrams"?
Not-anagrams should sound like anagrams, they're not clever or amusing if they don't
(Original idea from Viz comic / magazine, years ago)