Ever came across a piece of text that looks like this: ʇxǝʇ uʍop ǝpısdn ?
Yes, that's upside down text, and you'll find it scattered around the internet, whenever someone thinks it's funny to play around with their friends (or just to annoy someone ;)
But today I'll reveal the secret behind this strange flipped text and how you can do it yourself.
The trick behind it is that we'll be using special characters and symbols that look like inverted letters - and if it "looks" like it, it's as good as real inverted letters, right?
How can you write flipped upside down text? It's actually quite easy:
You just need to visit any of the websites that do all the hard work for you, sites like:
You'll just need to type your message, and then copy the resulting flipped text and paste it wherever you want.
(Just keep in mind they'll need to support unicode characters - or else you'll be restricted to just the "plain letters.")
¿ɹoɟ ƃuıʇıɐʍ noʎ ǝɹɐ ʇɐɥʍ