Open Challenge: What is the longest complete sentence you can make wherein every word is a homophone? A simple example would be:
I threw you. (eye through yew)
Ground Rules (more may be added if needed):
- Words must be English words present on dictionary.com. This goes for both the one used in the sentence and it's homophonic partner(s).
- The sentence must be a grammatically complete, comprehensible English sentence (any included quotes must also be comprehensible).
- Words may not be repeated, and only one member from any homophonic group is allowed (eg 'I threw your eye' is disallowed) otherwise it would be chaos (e.g. 'I write: "I write: ""I write: ....').
- Punctuation is allowed.
4.a No lists! (You didn't think I'd miss that did you?)
4.b See Rule 2's note on quotations
- No proper nouns (either in the sentence or used to make a homophonic pair)
- For verification (and likely hilarity), include in your post the homophonic conjugate/complement of your sentence.
- The sentence with the largest word count wins. If a tie, the sentence with the largest letter (read: not character) count wins.