09:34:59 AM May 27th 2012
For the below entry under Anime and Manga, the reordering of the syllables is incorrect. Ma—ku backwards =/= A ku ma. Technically, it would be Ku ma (bear), Ku ma— (nothing), or Ku a ma (nothing). This would probably be more of an example of an anagram than a backwards name. •Toriyama loves this one. He recently revealed in an interview that Mr. Satan's (whose Family Theme Naming involves devil puns) moniker is just a wrestling stage name. His real name? Mark. A bit of a Lost in Translation pun to American audiences: pronounced with a Japanese accent, it sounds like "Maaku." Reverse the order of the syllables and you get "Akuma," a Japanese word meaning "devil" or "demon."
08:18:24 PM Dec 30th 2011
My Last Name is "Leverett", when spelled backwards its "Tterevel".
06:44:12 PM Feb 19th 2011
Make the folder names the right way round. It's REALLY annying trying to read them.
08:40:27 AM Nov 15th 2010
Is this a Self Demonstrating Trope?
12:06:45 PM Mar 14th 2010
Mike Rosoft: "Kayak" backwards is still "kayak"; the Eskymo roll is based on this fact.