By Baldmichael Theresoluteprotector’sson
15th August, 2022
We do like to be beside the seaside don’t we? I suppose most people do, even if we might prefer to be ‘Far from the madding crowd’ rather than crammed in on a beach with the hordes.
But nevertheless why is the seaside touted as beneficial? It’s simple.
Seaside is an anagram of disease, the only full one word anagram that I can find.
I could say that was easy, or ‘dat’ was easy. As opposed to ‘dis’ was easy.
Which could become ‘dis’ easy. Or dis-eas-e. Quite simple when you see it in the word, the English, the language of the angels.
In the beginning was the Word…
P.S. I note that ‘I sad see’ is an anagram. When you have a disease you see sadness.
‘esse aid’ is an anagram. Esse means ‘to be’ in Latin and Corsican. When you are at the seaside it is an aid to health.
If you are interested, here is that old music hall favourite ‘I do like to be beside the seaside’.