During a South Park episode, Wendy sings a song with a specific type of wordplay in which she ends a sentence and starts a new one with a common word or syllable. This gives the lyrics a double meaning each time. This isn't the only example of this but it's the most easy one to find an example for.
A lame, tame example of the pattern is:
There are 12 inches in a foot ball is my favorite sport.
I wondered if there was a specific name for this? "Double Entendre" doesn't really do it justice.
You can see and hear the song here. Warning: the language is strongly suggestive and is probably NSFW. The lyrics listed on the YouTube page are:
Mrs. Landers was a health nut, she cooked food in a wok.
Mr. Harris was her boyfriend, and he had a great big—
COCK-a-doodle-doodle. The rooster just won't quit.
I don't want my breakfast, because it tastes like—
SHITzus make good pets, they're cuddly and sweet.
Monkeys aren't good to have 'cause they like beat their—
MEETing in the office, meeting in the hall.
The boss, he wants to see you, so you can suck his—
BALZac was a writer, he lived with Alan Funt.
Mrs. Roberts didn't like him, but that's 'cause she's a—
CONTaminated water, can really make you sick.
Your bladder gets infected, and blood comes out your—
DICtate what I'm saying, 'cause it'll bring you luck.
And if you all don't like it, I don't give a flying F**K!