I spent some time on the weekend with my wife and her friend, a palindrome. Her name is Hannah and we took a trip to Palliser Bay. Other palindrome people include: Anna, Obo and Umu. That last one is actually the Maori word for oven. Origin: New Zealand. Used in a sentence: Pass the frozen vegetables to Obo to put in the Umu.
It was a 90 minute scenic drive and Hannah challenged us to a game. How many words can you name that end in 'ment'? It's the intellectual's version of eye-spy 👀
Hannah came up with 6 prior to the commencement of the game which was a bit of an underachievement but she came up with some doozeys later in the day like monument and garment. My favourite was impeachment which was unreasonably disputed by our palindrome friend. Betterment was also disputed but both are legitiment words. We challenged a local bloke to come up with just one word..as quick as a fox he blurted out "pepperment". We shook our heads in amazement, disappointment, bewilderment and astonishment and moved on.
By the end of the day we had come up with maybe 150-170 words and thought that was probably about all of them..we're intellects after all 😁
Turns out that was just a figment of our imaginationment as there are a whole lot more than 170. #cargames
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