But that's not the case for "iron", which is ironic.
He gets to right letters to the editor.
They're calling it the New NES memo
Liam Neeson is a huge movie star. He is so busy filming and traveling that he rarely checks his correspondence. One day, he goes to the post office so he can receive all his letters and a mailman asks him to sign a check out sheet. As Liam reads the paper, he notices something odd: right next to his name, the mailman wrote his name backwards. When asking why, the mailman replies: "it's not your name, sir, it's just that since you rarely come here, you haven't seen your mail before and I just wrote it down as a note".
And he was right, for Liam Neeson had "no seeN maiL".
Reporter: Our correspondent broke his leg in two places.. Dad: I wouldn't visit those two places again.
A good liar believes her lie as she tells it.
A mediocre liar believes something, as she talks, and pretends that her words correspond to that something.
A bad liar thinks of the truth as she lies against it.
X-post from /r/OCPoetry
Me: Ah, yes, let me help you with that. Turning to stack of envelopes "Your Grace, Earl of Envelopia, I have come to address you regarding the matter of correspondence you have graciously offered to assist in..."
Wife: ...Our son isn't even HERE, and he won't understand that for another 5 years anyway.