I asked a question about words: Longest Word With *Only* Repeating Character Pairs
The goal was to find a word where every character pair was repeated at least once. This was vulnerable to dictionary searches and didn't require human creativity. In addition, every answer was of the format
[string][same string][first letter of string]. For instance,
[ALF][ALF][A]. In fact, from my own quick and non-technical figurings, this format is the only possible format that can fit such a challenge. The answers found were interesting but it was this conclusion that I found more interesting.
Form a grammatically correct sentence in which every letter pair appears at least twice.
Clarifications: (The example below is invalid and is only intended to assist in clarification.)
- Words can not be repeated but variations of a word do not count as a repetition. This includes plurals, possessives, contractions, etc.
Uni the Unicorn's eating the unicorns!
- Words count as a repetition if they match when converted to all uppercase and any non-letters are removed
- Any non-letter (spaces, hyphens, apostrophes, etc.) should be stripped prior to analysis. The result will be just a string of letters.
- Capitalization does not matter. Convert them all to uppercase if that helps.
Disclosure: I don't have a solution yet.