I usually like to look anagrammingly, but today I thought I try, lexigrammingly, which is not much different from anagrams. Let me explain–Lexing just involves making all the words you can with the letters that comprise the original word, name, or phrase, you want to lex and then simply use the words to tell a verse of truth about your subject.
It’s fun and in this case, its sort of spooky.
Now–getting back to the THE
I recall my last check during its auction stage THE
Well lets see,
I found the two words, DESTINY DELIGHT, now those two words certainly do describe the folks who leave their small home towns to embark on their dreams of appearing on the silver screen. When I found the words GOLDEN LION it certainly did give me the image of MGM’s roaring cat leading one of it’s films.
The word DIETS doesn’t leave anything to be imagined because we all know how the starlets are constantly under physical restrictions and rehauls.
Now we know that the sign itself sits SIDELONG DOWNHILL and at a great HEIGHT of fifty feet. And when you arrive in LA doesn’t the sign speak as a SIGNET to say a GOLDEN GLOW HELLO LOGO. And aren’t those wishing hopefuls eventually become a SNOOTED IDOL or DOLL in this LIGHTED TINSEL TOWN. And really, how many artists had a HIT SINGLE using the word
I also saw the word GHOST in the phrase THE
As far as the eBay auction goes, there are the words SELL THE GOLDEN HELLO LOGO SIGN and OLD SIGN SOLD. But I’m really left wondering about this believed haunting of Peg ENTWISTLE on the hills of
Source by Renee Francis