From A to Z

A panagram is a sentence that contains all 26 letters of the English alphabet. For example: Pack my red box with five dozen quality jugs.

13 thoughts on “From A to Z”

  1. The Fox and the Dog – And then there’s the original “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog”, which, by the way is used for teaching typists where all the letters are on the keyboard.

  2. nice try but no cigar – sorry but “Jackdaws love my big sphinx of quartz” has no “f”. ppl probably think it has an f becuz of the s”ph”inx but there is none in it.

  3. Lula’s Cigar – Better hand back that cigar. You are right, “sphinx” does not contain the letter “f”. The word “of” does (as in, “of quartz”).

  4. Lula’s Cigar – Better hand back that cigar. You are right, “sphinx” does not contain the letter “f”. The word “of” does (as in, “of quartz”).

  5. acually… – count the fs in this sentence:
    one hundered percent of the fat women in the united states of america like fries.

    if u said 2, u r incorrect. most of you did, because the human eye, when counting fs, does not include the word “of” as having a f, go back and count again, remembering to include the fs, and u will see that there is acually 4

  6. hey… thats trippy!!! – some1 lost me… thats really trippy, i really didn’t the other 2 f’s in that sentence. you’re smart!

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