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[Fluff time] Can you create a sentence using homophones?

Asked by Hypocrisy_Central (26821points) November 23rd, 2016

For example, can you produce a sentence where the words sound the same but are spelled differently, such as Jerry walked through a glass pane, and now he has one big pain, or Lizzie told Ron to shoo because he did not buy her the shoe she wanted for her birthday? What can you create? Have fun with it, it just fluffy fun anyhow.

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Pachy's avatar

Trump’s election as a racist president set a terrible precedent.

Sneki95's avatar

I’ll buy you the gift and sent it by mail. Bye-bye!

Sneki95's avatar

B wants to be a bee.

Hypocrisy_Central's avatar

^^^ So, Trump being a great President will grate on some people’s hide like a metal vent?

Seek's avatar

I’ll do you one better: A brain teaser.

Punctuate the following so it makes sense:

John while James had had had had had had had had had had had a better effect on the teacher

Mimishu1995's avatar

I don’t participate in political debate.

Seek's avatar

@Mimishu1995

- I don’t know if you understand how hilarious your comment was… but ten points to Ravenclaw. Seriously.

Sneki95's avatar

James, while John had had “had,” had had “had had;” “had had” had had a better effect on the teacher.

rojo's avatar

Where were we when we had to wear wet ware?

rojo's avatar

The teacher told Reed to read Mao’s Little Red Book so Reed read it.

dxs's avatar

Rose rose three rows back.

Close enough, I guess.

Dutchess_III's avatar

—@Seek… ” affect *. No wait. You’re right…. No, now I’m confused!——

Dutchess_III's avatar

I’m having to concentrate on picking out the homophones because my brain is translating automatically. I having a hard time reading what needs to be read, in order to read it all correctly.

Seek's avatar

Affect is a verb. The effects of this affect that.

rojo's avatar

Juan, our border boarder, ate eight blue beet in one hour and blew his diet but beat his old record.

rojo's avatar

Trekking in the Andes with a contingent of Buddhist monks was an exhausting affair which required changing out the pack animals on a regular basis and as such it fell upon me to provide the daily llama for the Dalai Lama.

Hypocrisy_Central's avatar

^ Did you separate the tired animals into a separate area so that they would have a break putting a brake to them before they had a brake in a leg while on this trek to the loch to have a lock on the Dali Lama?

Dutchess_III's avatar

^^^ * break * ”..break in a leg…” Just sayin’.

rojo's avatar

“Break”, “Brake” give us a break, it’s all for fun.

dxs's avatar

Wright writes rites right.

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