Mnemonics are words that sound exactly how they are spelled, which is the exact opposite of the word mnemonics.
@d3smondTheMoonB3ar, that’s an onomatapoeia.
@AJMalone, damn I should have remembered that.
@AJMalone, no an onomatopoeia is a word that indicates a sound. Such as woof or meow. What @d3smondTheMoonBear is describing is clearly an anagram
@Midnite St0rm, you're wrong. Anagrams are when you rearrange letters in a word to form a new one like pets and step. I believe he meant a synonym.
@Wolf ODonnell, no, a synonym is when one word has the same meaning as the other, perhaps he meant hyperbole?
@JinxTheCat, don't think so, hyperbole is something that you don't take literally. Maybe he meant onomatapoeia?
@d3smondTheMoonB3ar, This is fvcked
@Emma Stoner , hyperbole is an exaggeration that shouldn't be taken literally...not taking literally is too vague, metaphors should not be taken literally...yes I go to parties yes they say I'm fun