Series of Unfortunate Events, A Easter Egg - Sunny's Real Meaning

In the books, you have to pay really close attention to what sunny says.

Like in book 9, the carnivorous carnival, sunny says "Dragnet" reffering to the police, and Dragnet was a cop's show.

Sometimes what she says is backwards, again in book 9, in the page 196 she says "Edasurc", but if you reverse the letters, it spells Crusade.... all this has to do with what she is really trying to say.

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Contributed By: Dana on 07-14-2005
Reviewed By: Gamer Sly-Ratchet, DomFeargrieve
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Also, I forgot where this is, there was something about the letters in the jam (J.S), and Sunny says "Etratsigam". Read it backwards. It obviously points to Justice Strauss, who's a magistrate.
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also, in the slippery slope, Sunny says "Busheney", to mean "Horrible person" or something. Busheney. Bush. Cheney.
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gamefreak writes:
In book 8, Sunny says"pietrisycamollaviadelrechiotemexity". If you Google it, it is slang for The state or condition of not having the faintest idea what's going on. That is exactly what the meaning was in the book!
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In another book she once said something like "Hewenkeller" or something, referring to how they wouldn't be able to hear one another. I believe the book was The Grim Grotto, because in the wetsuits they would be unable to communicate. However, I could be wrong.
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