This was a quick & dirty experiment involving goldenword combinations.

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The term "goldenword" was coined by Grafman to describe words or phrases that create a new word/phase when reversed. They are similar to palindromes, which spell the same word in reverse.

The Stressed/Dessert goldenword was produced curtesy of Glenn Crocker, who spent a couple of minutes working out a one-line unix script on a napkin to generate a list of over a hundred goldenwords.

Here was Glenn's first attempt:

Here's a second pass, after Chris Suley suggested using "comm":

Grafman, Glenn, Chris and a handful of other Silicon Valley types can be found late on most Wednesday nights at various places of dubious dining - occasionally discussing hacks such as the one above.

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