Derby #131: Palindromes
Hey, this Derby's over. When you're finished reliving past glories, check out what's going on in the Derby right now. It's probably even cooler. Or at least newer.
We're sad to say that this derby isn't about Michael Palin in a David Cronenberg film. But we're happy to say it will be just as challenging! After all, there's a dazzlingly large number of sentences which are spelled the same both forwards and backwards, and people come up with new ones every day. Your job this time, gentle shirtheads, is to come up with or discover your favorite palindrome and then represent it in well-drawn form. Be it the simple "Bob Bob Bob" or the historical "A man, a plan, a canal: Panama", there's plenty of room to create a mirrored masterpiece! So get to work, and have fun! But first, read the part where we take away your all your creative freedom.
Absolutely no Mario. We'll punch you.
Additionally, when adding your shirt to the derby, make the palindrome the title, unless it's more than 50 characters, in which case make it a comment in your thread right away. For example, if you were using Deliver desserts, demanded Nemesis, emended, named, stressed, reviled., your title could be "Deliver desserts, demanded Nemesis…" and then you'd post the full palindrome as the very first comment. See how easy it will be?