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The article best be expandend rather than moved to Wiktionary, as there's room for discussing reversed slang in different languages, use by children, etc. Maybe there's an article already under a different title? disscussing the French "Mef" slang for example.
I think this definitely deserves Wikipedia treatment. What is the anagram part of this language as mentioned under Language Games? I've been enjoying the history of all these language games.