Ever heard of something called a “palindrome”?
A palindrome is simply defined as something that reads the same backwards as well as forward.
But what happens when the entire meaning of the word or phrase is changed when read backwards? That is a rare event indeed, so rare that there is no word to describe it in the English language.
Take a gander at this short video presentation given to AARP by a twenty year old student as her entry in the “U @ 50” competition sponsored by AARP.
Two words in the English vocabulary best describe this: Absolutely Brilliant – and in my own feeble attempt at a Palindrome, let me write: Brilliant? Absolutely!. Check it out!