Morse Code Mnemonic

Based on the (auditory) length of each monosyllabic word. Wikipedia lent the idea:

In the United Kingdom many people learned the Morse code by means of a series of words or phrases that have the same rhythm as a Morse character. For instance "Q" in Morse is dah - dah - di - dah, which can be memorized by the phrase "God save the Queen"; and the Morse for "F" is di - di - dah - dit, which can be memorized as "Did she like it."

I decided to go one little step further and make it all as alliterative as possible, in order that I remember the code better. Underposted is my scheme, for your mnemonical pleasure.

2 Obiter dicta:

Anonymous Leva Hatter couldn't resist being opinionated thus:

machi.. as usual very creative!
if only Morse code is still in use.

10:19 AM  
Anonymous Durga couldn't resist being opinionated thus:


. . It Is
- . New, Nudge
- thaT
. .,
. - . StiR, teaR, bluR (or Rub, Rock, Rip)
. .,
. . . iS thiS MisS
- greaT
. . ..?
- . Now, Next,
- - . Goin' Great, Get!

3:15 PM  

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