Some Funny and Brilliant Anagrams

Dormitory = Dirty Room

Dictionary = Indicatory

Schoolmaster = The classroom

Elvis = Lives

Listen = Silent

Clint Eastwood = Old West Action

Madam Curie = Radium came

A telephone girl = Repeating "Hello"

Western Union = No Wire Unsent

The country side = No City Dust Here

Evangelist = Evil's Agent

Astronomers = Moon starers / No more stars

Postmaster = Stamp Store

A telescope = To see place

The eyes = They see

The ears = Hear set

The cockroach = Cook, catch her

Waitress = A stew, Sir?

The centenarians = I can hear ten "tens"

Desperation = A rope ends it

I run to escape = A persecution

The Morse Code = Here Come Dots

The Meaning of Life = The fine game of nil

Slot Machines = Cash Lost in'em

Conversation = Voices Rant On

Disraeli = I lead, Sir.

Clothespins = So let's pinch

Mr. Mojo risin' = Jim Morrison
(from the Doors song, "L.A. Woman")

The Great New York Rapid Transit Tunnel = Giant work in street, partly underneath

Florence Nightingale = Nigel, Fetch an Iron Leg / Flit on Cheering Angel
(Richard Stilgoe in "The Richard Stilgoe Letters")

MacDonalds = Clam and Sod

Darling I love you = leaving your idol / Avoiding our yell

Butterfly = Flutter-by

Heavy Rain? = Hire a Navy!

Tom Cruise = So I'm Cuter

Animosity = Is No Amity

Mother-in-law = Woman Hitler

Father-in-law = Near halfwit

Funeral = Real Fun

Protectionism = Cite no imports = Nice to imports

A domesticated animal = Docile, as a man tamed it

The Railroad Train = Hi! I Rattle and Roar

The Hilton = Hint: Hotel

A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss = Stroller on Go, Amasses Nothing

Sunshine and Shadow = Show in Sun and Shade

The Check is in the Mail = Claim "Heck, I sent it (heh)"

The United States Bureau of Fisheries = I Raise the Bass to Feed Us in the Future

Snooze Alarms = Alas! No More Z's

Vacation Times = I'm Not as Active

Vacation time = I am not active
(Mike Gillis)

Software = Swear Oft

Metathesis = It's the same
(Fred Domino)

Sycophant = Acts phony
(Stephen Jones)

Silicon Graphics = A Long Chip Crisis / Can logic ship, sir? / Gosh, sir, I can clip!

Alec Guinness = Genuine Class
(Dick Cavett)

The Detectives = Detect Thieves

The Hospital Ambulance = A Cab, I Hustle to Help Man

Semolina = Is No Meal

The United States of America = Attaineth its cause, freedom

Christmas tree = Search, Set, Trim

A Gentleman = Elegant Man

Presbyterians = Best In Prayers = Britney Spears

The Public Art Galleries = Large Picture Halls, I Bet

A Decimal Point = I'm a Dot in Place

The Earthquakes = That Queer Shake

Salman Rushdie = Read, Shun Islam

Martin Scorsese = Screen is a storm
(the director of movies Taxi Driver, Mean Streets, GoodFellas, Cape Fear, and Age of Innocence.)

Barbie doll = I'll bare bod / Babe I'd roll / Liberal bod

Student Information Processing Board = Computation Transgression Forbidden

Statue of Liberty = Built to Stay Free

Eleven plus two = Twelve plus one

Patrick Stewart = A Crap Trek Twist

Mel Gibson = Bong Smile

Admirer = Married

Indomitableness = Endless ambition

New York Times = Monkeys write / Monkey writes
(by Andrew Glines)

Television programming = Permeating living rooms
(by Dan)

David Letterman = Nerd amid late TV

Howard Stern = Retard shown

Contradiction = Accord not in it
(by E. Tyron)

Debit card = Bad credit
(by Mike Morton)

Naturalist = A trails nut

Internet routers = Reorient net ruts
Church of Scientology = Rich-chosen goofy Cult
(by Kevin Dorner)

Movie summaries:
The Maltese Falcon = Sam, locate left hen
The Shining = Highest inn
It's a Wonderful Life = Wife, I lost real fund
The Shawshank Redemption = Tim taken, showed harsh pen
(by Kevin Dorner)

Mummy = My Mum
(by Chris Dean)

God save us all = Salvaged soul
(by Dawn Amos)

abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz = Cwm fjord bank glyphs vext quiz
(a pangram)

"Be Like Water" = We break tile
[a well-known quote attributed to martial-arts expert Bruce Lee]
(by Ozan Sarikaya)

Quote by Vonnegut:
Just because some of us can read and write and do a little math, that doesn't mean we deserve to conquer the universe. =
A masquerade can cover a sense of what is real to deceive us; to be unjaded and not lost, we must, then, determine truth.
(by Cory Calhoun)

Quote by Oscar Wilde:
There is only one thing worse than being talked about and that is not being talked about. =
Wilde died broken, beaten 'n' total nut. Hate being sunk in that rotten gaol. Shh, gay is taboo.
(by Larry Brash)

From Hamlet by Shakespeare:
To be or not to be: that is the question, whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune. = 
In one of the Bard's best-thought-of tragedies, our insistent hero, Hamlet, queries on two fronts about how life turns rotten.
(by Cory Calhoun)

William Shakespeare = Willie makes a phrase
(by Donald Griffith)

US Presidents

Tuesday, November Third = Many Voted, Bush Retired
[Re: the election of Clinton over incumbent Bush Sr.]

Why shouldn't America go re-elect President Clinton in Ninety-Six? = He has a prime or cunning tendency to wildly solicit Internet sex
(by Cory Calhoun)

Mr. William Jefferson Clinton, former President of these United States of America = Monica flirts. Wife sees hot jism from cad land on fat intern, set to rule free empire
(by Joe Kline)

Spiro Agnew = Grow a spine
(Exercise for the reader: spine can be anagrammed into another body part)
[Spiro Agnew was Richard Nixon's vice president]

William Clinton = I'm it, an ill clown
William Jefferson Clinton = Firm clean fellow. Joint? Sin!
(by William Schmidt)

William Jefferson Clinton = Jail Mrs Clinton: Felon wife
(by Ward Hardman)

George Herbert Walker Bush = Huge Berserk Rebel Warthog
(by Mike Morton)

George Bush = He bugs Gore
(by Mike Morton)

Ronald Wilson Reagan = No, darlings, no ERA law
(by Mike Morton)

Ronald Reagan = A darn long era

Thomas Jefferson = O, short name's Jeff
(by Dennis R. Ridley)