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So the question should have been: What five-letter 'normal' English word, written in capital letters, looks roughly as if it spells the same when rotated through 180 degrees, depending quite a lot on what font you use?

Swims.png
 
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How about upside down and back to front. I may have mentioned that already?

There's two inversions. One around the horizontal axis (upside down), and one about a vertical axis (back to front)

Anyway.... ;)

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OK quick question whilst the discussion of spatial dynamics continues

What happened at the end of the 1967 Le Mans race that has now become common place?
I actually know the answer to this one, and was really surprised to hear that Le Mans was where this happened first. Great question!
 

zagatoes30

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I'm guessing that it is wasting good champagne by spraying it around the place.
Certainly was, Dan Gurney was given a bottle after winning the race with AJ Foyt and decided to pop the cork and spray everyone nearby - this is now common place at the end of most motor races.

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Back to my question....................
Take a Crayon and a piece of paper
write the word SWIMS in capital letters on the paper
Turn the paper upside down (not over) and it will read SWIMS
(what is a Font anyway) come on chaps shape up
 

montravia

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Back to my question....................
Take a Crayon and a piece of paper
write the word SWIMS in capital letters on the paper
Turn the paper upside down (not over) and it will read SWIMS
(what is a Font anyway) come on chaps shape up


Ah, you mean rotate the item around the plane vertical to the surface, without any translation horizontally. Pedant mode off