Anagrammy Awards > Nomination Archives > 2005


1st - Rick Rothstein with:
Premenstrual syndrome =
Tampons render me surly.

2nd - Tony Crafter with:
Death before dishonor =
Defines a brotherhood.

3rd - David Bourke with:
In rehabilitation ~
I halt inebriation.

David Bourke with:
Young lovers ~
go nervously.

Tony Crafter with:
Effeminacy =
My fine face.

Tony Crafter with:
A 'woman thing' =
What - moaning?

Tony Crafter with:
Drum solo =
So loud, Mr.

Tony Crafter with:
Carbon Monoxide Detectors =
Once ordered, combat toxins.

Tony Crafter with:
All cried out =
Ultra docile.

Joe Fathallah with:
Rats urinated in an ~
Indian restaurant.

Jesse Frankovich with:
Old snails went ~
slow and silent.

Toby Gottfried with:
It's never too late
Elate not - it's over.

Adrian Hickford with:
Lack of personal hygiene =
Hello! Reeking? Fancy soap?

Adrian Hickford with:
Penal servitude
Superlative end.

Meyran Kraus with:
Valentine romance =

Meyran Kraus with:
Fuel indicators =
I note car's fluid.

Paul Pan with:
Sadistic prank =
Kid paints cars.

Rosie Perera with:
Temporary insanity =
Parry in a testimony.

Rosie Perera with:
Electronic mail messages =
Graceless; claim one's time.

Don Rogers with:
The second gulf war =
Thug-enforced laws?

Don Rogers with:
Existentialism =
Sixties ailment.

Don Rogers with:
Parkinson's disease =
Person's sad kinesia.

Rick Rothstein with:
Performance anxieties =
A fear, since I'm no expert.

Liam Runnalls with:
The Polar Bear: It is now on the endangered list =
Now Threatened? It's hibernating! (Asleep, drool...)

View with:
God is everywhere! =
Word Giver, he eyes!

View with:
Certainly not =
Can't rely on it.


1st - Dan Fortier with:
Clint Eastwood's "Million Dollar Baby" =
So I'll bet it'll win old boy a damn Oscar!

2nd - Tony Crafter with:
Chicken Soup For The Soul =
Folk hocus-pocus therein.

3rd - David Bourke with:
The singer Madonna Louise Ciccone =
Do me a continual screeching noise!

Larry Brash with:
Desperate Housewives =
Episodes use... whatever!

Tony Crafter with:
As tedious, sheep-like viewer ~
I like Desperate Housewives!

J.J. Gertler with:
Leonardo DiCaprio plays Howard Hughes =
How odd! Pose as rich old airplane guy? Har!

Toby Gottfried with:
"Million Dollar Baby", "Finding Neverland", or "Sideways"? =
Add one: droll, blind "Ray" finally snares big movie win.

Meyran Kraus with:
Martin Scorsese's 'The Aviator' =
Movie's artist nears the Oscar.

Hans-Peter Reich with:
The Walt Disney Studios Animated Films =
It is team's style: Donald is made with fun!

Don Rogers with:
Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" =
Freakish kids' odd LP -- ton of "Money".

Don Rogers with:
The Sound of Music ~
does hint of mucus.

View with:
Laura Ingalls Wilder's 'Little house on the prairie' =
Her tale - all low lies, unrestrained girlish Utopia.

View with:
'Aerosmith' =
More "A" hits.


1st - Meyran Kraus with:
Charles to wed Camilla Parker Bowles on April Eighth =
Pale old Brit will plan marriage? So, who the heck CARES?!

2nd - Rick Rothstein with:
State of the Union Address =
Dishonest data? Sure! Often!

3rd - Tony Crafter with:
Iran's nuclear potential =
International curse, pal.

David Bourke with:
The Pope in hospital =
Polish patient hope.

Larry Brash with:
The Windsor Building, Madrid, Spain =
Sigh... a rapid burn down in its middle.

Tony Crafter with:
Leading nations agree to cut Third World debts =
Twiddlers gather, debating reduction to loans.

Toby Gottfried with:
Ellen MacArthur sails around the world =
Trawled all alone - "Unhurt, I smash record."

Richard Grantham with:
Charles Philip Arthur George Mountbatten-Windsor =
Plan rushed marriage to the troubling witch-person.

Meyran Kraus with:
Bush Is Spending More Weekends in Washington =
"This one's a big spin," newsmen wink, "He's grounded!"

Rosie Perera with:
Sunni group challenges legitimacy of Iraqi vote =
See minority faction charging: "Give us equal poll!"

Don Rogers with:
St. Valentine's Day =
Slays in vendetta.

Rick Rothstein with:
Voters turned out for the Iraqi elections =
It's for us to quiet the violence and terror.

Rick Rothstein with:
The State of the Union Address =
He's set to defraud the nations.


1st - Don Rogers with:
Eldrick "Tiger" Woods =
Stick wielder, or God?

2nd - Meyran Kraus with:
Hoffa, the Teamster Union leader =
I hear the man's a LOT of feet under.

eq.3rd - Paul Lusch with:
The U.S. attorney general, Alberto R. Gonzales =
Get set! Here's torture bonanza, all year long!

eq.3rd - View with:
Chairman Gates =
A magnate's rich.

David Bourke with:
Dame Ellen Patricia MacArthur =
Circular marine path... am elated!

Tony Crafter with:
The US author William Sydney Porter ~
usually wrote tepid mirth (as O.Henry).

Tony Crafter with:
Christine Marie Evert =
Aim, err - service hit net.

Dan Fortier with:
Nicole duFresne =
Cloud Nine's free...

Toby Gottfried with:
The Traitor Benedict Arnold =
Rather decent (to old Britain).

Meyran Kraus with:
Prophet Michel de Nostradamus =
Humans heard poems predict lot.

Patricia Leclerc with:
Condoleezza Rice's ~
zero zen - cold as ice.

Christopher Sturdy with:
Michael Jackson ~
moans "check jail".


1st - Paul Lusch with:
Bureau of Economic Analysis =
I balance USA's income for you.

2nd - Richard Grantham with:
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea =
Polemic tirades block hope for true peace.

3rd - Dan Fortier with:
Anagrammy.com site talents =
or, a mental gymnastics team!

David Bourke with:
Good Times Restaurants Inc. =
Ruined gastronomic tastes.

Tony Crafter with:
Death Valley Desert ~
delayed the travels.

Toby Gottfried with:
The Southern Pacific Railroad ~
rushed each trip to California.

Meyran Kraus with:
The Federal prison =
I'd trap felons here.

Don Rogers with:
Sears Roebuck and Company =
My saucepans on back order.

Rick Rothstein with:
Great city of London =
Fog, rain... yet not cold.

Christopher Sturdy with:
RAF Hercules =
Refuel, crash.

View with:
Great city of London =
Root city of England.

View with:
Great city of London =
No clarity, fog noted.


1st - Meyran Kraus with:
The Oscar nominees for Best Motion Picture: 'Sideways', 'Million Dollar Baby', 'Finding Neverland', 'The Aviator', 'Ray' =
Meet a sad vino-lover, an ambitious fighter, a children's writer, a simply intense flyboy - and a blind crooner, too!

2nd - Toby Gottfried with:
Prince Charles to wed his lover, Camilla Parker Bowles, April Eighth, at Windsor Castle =
Will their clear happiness arrive, or will Diana's well-perched ghost come back to star?

3rd - Tony Crafter with:
So, bearing in mind that: a king rules a kingdom; a prince rules a principality - then who rules a country? =
An uninspiring monarch? Ranting dictator? Wacky religious leader? The PM? Eureka! No, it's plainly... Bush!

David Bourke with:
The writer of 'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas', Hunter Stockton Thompson =
Splatter! (Another known gun fanatic to the grave... shot himself indoors.)

David A. Green with:
Robert Browning's 'The Pied Piper of Hamelin: A Child's Story' =
Behold a few rat droppings in his terribly nice short poem!

Rosie Perera with:
Stomach reduction surgery, abdominoplasty, liposuction =
Cut my insides out, or crop some gut; also pinch any bit o' lard.

Don Rogers with:
Flags will, after America declares war, no soldiers leave unmoved.
Unmoved, "Leave, soldiers! No war!" declares America, after will flags.

Don Rogers with:
The B-I-B-L-E,
Yes, that's the book for me!
I take my stand on the Word of God,
The B-I-B-L-E!
The K-O-R-A-N,
The bibelot of them!
They left bombs, said "Die, West! Goodby!"
The K-O-R-A-N!

Don Rogers with:
"That's one small step for a man; one giant leap for mankind." =
NASA see their fallen standing; plant moon map footmark.

Christopher Sturdy with:
Peter Benenson, founder of Amnesty International =
"Man fears no tyrant." been proud intention, one feels.


1st - Larry Brash with:
The Three Laws of Robotics
1. A robot may not injure a human being, or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
2. A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.


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Larry Brash


2nd - David Bourke with:
"I, George Walker Bush, do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States and will, to the best of my ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States."


Detestable dense twit: "I intend to:
- Misuse my power
- Use oil resources fiftyfold. Plenty left.
- Invade Iran, then North Korea... so what the hell!
- Execute the gays
- Stuff that sweet little old Condi Rice
- Puff that big fat doobie."


eq.3rd - Meyran Kraus with:
Do They Know It's Christmas Time 2004


eq.3rd - Rosie Perera with:
The parable of the Prodigal Son, as told in the fifteenth chapter of Luke, commencing at verse eleven, continuing through verse thirty-two =
Son rebuffed father's love, took inheritance, spent it all on hot wenching, etc., ate pig slop (that hurt!), truly grieved, then came home, forgiven.


Tony Crafter with:
"...And when my love for life is running dry, you'll come and pour yourself on me. If a man could be two places at one time I'd be with you, tomorrow and today, beside you all the way..."
'IF' - Gooey melody with inane 'true-to-you' words; once woefully and untunefully recorded by Telly Savalas in soppy monotone. (From a 'Bread' album which - o dear me - I admit, I own!)


Dan Fortier with:
The Three Laws of Robotics
1. A robot may not injure a human being, or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
2. A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.


The Comic Rules of Anagram Conduct (For now, for tomorrow...)
1. A worthy phrase must be in (or close to) English. (I jest!)
2. The total can't contain the exact (or inexact?) word on both sides.
3. The result must be apt, too. Or funny. (Hope it's both!) (Or *brief*!)

But when the language is bad ("crotch words"), the crew must conceal it so it isn't highly visible on our own "Main" web image!


Toby Gottfried with:
Orr was crazy and could be grounded. All he had to do was ask; and as soon as he did, he would no longer be crazy and would have to fly more missions.
Condoleezza Rice wants to marry George W. Should she be candid, today, and ask, low odds of romance vanish, and colder, shy Laura would hold on as a Bush.



1st - Mike Keith with:
Shakespeare's 115th sonnet


eq.2nd - David Bourke with:


eq.2nd - Richard Grantham with:
Shakespeare's 135th sonnet


Tony Crafter with:
While I was laying on the green,
A little book it chanced I seen;
'Carlyle's Essay On Burns', was named the edition:
I left it laying in the same position.
Lying in the field o' grass,
With El' a bonny college lass;
A wee hit-tome by chance I seen;
'Kama Sutra' was the edition:
I tried all ninety-nine positions.



1st - Meyran Kraus with:
The art of seduction =
Need that for coitus.

2nd - Hans-Peter Reich with:
Lesbian pornstars =
Lips ran on breasts.

3rd - David Bourke with:
Personalised number plates =
Barred name spells out PEN15.

David Bourke with:
Camilla Rosemary Windsor, the Duchess of Cornwall =
So, confirm a dull royal (Charles) screwed this woman.

David Bourke with:
A women-shortage? =
So get a whore, man!

Larry Brash with:
A high maintenance relationship =
Hating manic pain-in-the-arsehole.

Larry Brash with:
Gonadal dysfunction =
Sadly, I can't... God, no fun!

Tony Crafter with:
The Censor's duty =
He destroys cunt.

Tony Crafter with:
Antoinette, the Marquise de Pompadour =
Opened up her quim as treat to dominate.

Rick Rothstein with:
Christine Marie Evert, ~
"I've nice tits, rear, eh Mr.?"

Rick Rothstein with:
If her cunt reeks of a fish, ~
I offer, "Fuck her in the ass!"

Rick Rothstein with:
Fourteenth of February =
Future for a hefty boner?

Rick Rothstein with:
Felt a prod in the arse ~
at the Federal prison.

Rick Rothstein with:
Erotic fantasies ~
of a nice arse, tits.

Rick Rothstein with:
These ladies are prostitutes ~
their pussies are tested a lot!

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