Interesting Question of the Day – 23 November 2018

A palindrome reads the same forwards and backwards.  Like tacocat.

A phonetic palindrome is a phrase that sounds the same when played backwards.

Which of the following is NOT a phonetic palindrome?

“Do geese see god?”

“Funny enough.”

“Let Bob tell.”

or “You’re damn mad, Roy.”

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6 comments on “Interesting Question of the Day – 23 November 2018
  1. Deborah Baldwin says:

    Do geese see god?

    • iqtrivia says:

      Yes. The two Os make different sounds.

      Also…

      When I wonder why / What’s never been’s never been so / We would lie when we say ‘Yes, you know we all love you’ / What’s never been’s never been so / Hell, we’re nowhere now.

      Is a terrible poem, but it is a phonetic palindrome.

  2. Nathan says:

    ‘Let Bob tell’ is not a palindrome at all.

  3. Nathan says:

    Ah. I read the question wrong. Again!

    Funny enough.

    The hg sound is not the same as the gh.