What's it called when a compound word can be split up in diff ways to present alt meanings? [duplicate]
For instance, is the pet store PETSMART meant to be Pets Mart, or Pet Smart? That's not actually my question, as I'm pretty sure it's Pet Smart. I'm just asking what it's called when a word either CAN ...
I'm working on a humorous project in which one character is called the Outspoken Mime. The adjective "outspoken" means the mime in question is "free, bold, or unreserved in speech." On one side, ...
There is a one-liner by Tim Vine, a British stand-up comedian, that sees him pull out a card with the word... BNAG and exclaim: That's bang out of order! The joke is derived from the idiom ...
Let's have some fun :). A few days ago, I looked on Youtube to hear the prank calls in English, and found this video. I posted a comment there listing the pranks in the video. Here is a list of the ...