# What does this piece of text say? '''op I se ,+Ja^u!, noh jo huew moy''' '+)adxa I 'sno!^qo

'''op I se ,+Ja^u!, noh jo huew moy'''

'+)adxa I 'sno!^qo

• (I actually liked it better with my title, since I actually do want an answer to the question I posed. But... shrug.) – keshlam Dec 16 '14 at 23:31
• Nice good example of lateral-thinking! We are really lacking those. – Victor Stafusa Dec 17 '14 at 1:37
• Actually, we shouldn't have labelled it as "text" -- that gave folks a bit of an extra hint. – keshlam Mar 11 '16 at 12:35

## 1 Answer

To read this text:

Turn everything upside down. Each character looks (approximately) like another when upside-down:

The text reads
$\text{obvious, I expect,}$
$\ldots\text{how many of you }`\text{invert' as I do}\ldots$

My answer:

iaw +oN

• (Can one do a "hidden" block in a comment? There's a bit of a joke behind this that I'd like to share, but it would be a spoiler.) – keshlam Dec 17 '14 at 3:57
• @keshlam No, but anybody who's scrolled down far enough to read comments on answers is already committed to reading some spoilers anyway. – Chris Hayes Dec 17 '14 at 5:32
• Well, I can put it this way: ..oap!^ asJa^u!.. punoJ6k)eq a+!ym uo +xa+ k)elq lle) o+ pasn sleu!wJa+ Ja+ndwo) esne)aq pa+eu!6!Jo s!y+ ... and I couldn't resist the pun. – keshlam Dec 17 '14 at 13:30