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¿ʇı̣ əsnqɐ ʇ,uɐɔ noʎ ɟı̣ əpoɔı̣un sı̣ pooɓ ʇɐɥʍ
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I can't claim the credit, though — I saw it in this message from Seqram (Mark Shoulson).

elsajohug

9 years ago

mmuxina

7 years ago

I love that I can read that easily...
ɐɥɐɥ
I imagine you're especially familiar with ɟ, since that sound occurs in Hungarian.

codigoa

Anonymous

9 years ago

love it! :D
that is totally awesome!!!!
(: əɓuɐɹʇs əɹɐ noʎ
¡ɯɐ ı̣ ‘səʎ
¡ʇɐəɹɓ s,ʇɐɥʇ
cool, βυτ Ι λικε Γρεεκ βεττερ
greek is awesome.
{= 'səɔɐɹq puɐ sʇəʞɔɐɹq ,səsəɥʇuəɹɐd əɥʇ dıլɟ oʇ səuıլ ɐɹʇxə ppɐ oʇ pɐɥ ı ʇnq (= �unɟ ɥɔnɯ os s�ʇɐɥʇ
Oops... I fixed my Perl script for the apostrophes and commas. =P
Tell me what I have to install/activate and I'll be happy to read it, too.
MEEPS!
That'll depend on your computer, what fonts you have installed, and which browser you use.

Here, have a screenshot of what it looks like on my PC: ¿ʇı̣ əsnqɐ ʇ,uɐɔ noʎ ɟı̣ əpoɔı̣un sı̣ pooɓ ʇɐɥʍ

Basically, it uses letters that are 180° rotations of other letters to spell a sentence upside-down -- some letters are in the Latin alphabet (e.g. "u" and "n" are rotations, as are "p" and "d") while others are used by linguists to represent certain sounds, and were therefore included in Unicode.

Anonymous

10 years ago

chaotic_lady

10 years ago

Anonymous

10 years ago

˙˙˙ooʇ ʻsʇdɪ̣ɹɔs ɹəɥʇo ɥʇɪ̣ʍ ʇɐɥʇ op ʇ,uɐɔ noʎ pɐq ooʇ ʎɐlləɹ s,ʇɪ̣
(...ʇɔǝɟɟǝ bbıp ɹoɟ ǝɹɐdǝɹd)

.bbnp uǝǝq ǝʌɐɥ noʎ 'suoıʇɐ1nʇɐɹbuoɔ
Livejournal can take it. Most people at digg don't have livejournal accounts so there might not be *that* many comments.
People are going nutt's for this at digg!
...I wound up here from boingboing.

futurebird

10 years ago

Anonymous

8 years ago

Looks like you're internet-famous for a day :)
Strange! Especially since this is such an old entry, and it's not even original! I'm sure I got it from somewhere else.

But still funny, I suppose!

You're (or rather, the tool that references you) on reddit, too. #2 at the time of this posting.
Ah! I was wondering where I was, since I didn't see a link to my page, and didn't click through to the tool. Thanks.
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