> Playing around with a simple calculator, i came upon a nice (i think) feature.
Inputting a certain combination of numbers, and rotating the calc 180 degrees, some words occurred. Here on the left is “LESBIANS=ΛΕΣΒΙΕΣ” and on the right “GOD=ΘΕΟΣ” in greeklish. So i decided to start a tiny project about that calc “feature” but with english words this time. The digits that could be turned to letters (when rotating the calc 180) were 0=O, 1=I, 2=Z, 3=E, 4=h, 5=S, 7=L, 8=B (not very successfully though) and 9=G (not very successfully also). I used the tools provided online by Internet Anagram Server and more specific the “Advanced Anagramming.
Unfortunately the server does not use any given letter more than once, so i had to input manually some letters multiple times to have a broader range of words. I inputted ISEHZGLBOISEHZGLBOIEOIEOIII.You can find the resulted word-list here. (words ending to “O” derive from numbers starting from “0”, so the decimal point “.” must be used).