If you've ever tried to create name anagrams for yourself or your friends, you're in good company. Even the great Isaac Newton could not resist the schoolboy challenge of rearranging the letters in his name to see if he could form an interesting word or phrase.
He succeeded, by the way...
Buried among thousands of Newton's private manuscripts, historians found his playful discovery that the Latin form of his name, Isaacus Neuutonus, unscrambles to Ieoua Sanctus Unus - Jehova, The Holy One!
A bit too scholarly for you?
Well, maybe you'll enjoy these clever examples...
President Clinton of the USA - To Copulate He Finds Interns Clint Eastwood - Old West Action Woody Allen - A Lewd Loony Sophia Loren - One Posh Liar Senator John McCain - No, Isn't Major Chance Prime Minister Howard - Rather dim senior wimp
Unfortunately, I can't claim to be the brilliant creator of these anagrams. The credit for most of them ultimately belongs to an artificial intelligence expert, who spent decades developing the world's best