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Evil, olive!

Evil, olive!
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This next example on our list of palindrome sentences is more of a weird phrase – and by the way, it may be time to call a priest to exorcise that expired jar of olives in the back of your fridge. Yeah, you know the one we’re talking about.

Find out how to deal with the common comma.

Poor Dan is in a droop

Poor Dan is in a droop
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Okay, this could totally work as the intro to a children’s book. Here, we’ll kick it off: Poor Dan is in a droop. He sits on his stoop with a bowl of soup. (We’ve all been there, Dan.)

Can you identify these opening lines from these famous authors?

Oozy rat in a sanitary zoo

Oozy rat in a sanitary zoo
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If you’re finding oozy rats in a ‘sanitary’ zoo, something’s telling us you’ve been lied to.

Read on to meet the world’s most famous zoo animals.

Step on no pets

Step on no pets
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Great advice. You shouldn’t step on pets, but they can (and will) step on you. All over you, in fact – no matter where you are in the house.

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