Wednesday, April 18, 2012

P is for . . .

Tower of Pisa
Image courtesy: thenerdsangle

As I pee, sir, I see Pisa!

Wait, that’s backwards. I meant to type: as I pee, sir, I see Pisa.


Yep, you got it. My ‘p’ word is palindrome. See here for more examples. My fave: Stop! Murder us not, tonsured rumpots!

Here's today's "Name That Famous Brand":

Hint: This did not come out of the kitchen pantry.

Yesterday's famous brand: Olivio (a butter substitute made with olive oil)

Click on the A to Z Challenge button at top right for a linked list of participants.


  1. I have never been to the Tower of Pisa, but I often wonder if when inside whether you can sense that it is leaning.

  2. very clever---no idea on this one either--these are getting harder

  3. that must be harry potter???


  4. That one I know. Never would've guessed yesterday's.

  5. Palindrome...what a great word for 'P' Well done.
    Rhia from Five Minute Piece for Inspiration (about # 776 on A to Z list)

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