Behold a set of ten anahomophonagrams: expressions taken from well-known idioms, song lyrics, and pop culture, converted to like-sounding words and then reordered into new expressions.
Wise motto: use hate, home sate, ohm toe ate.
can be reordered to
use hate home ate toe wise sate ohm motto
which, when spoken (and with the tiniest bit of imagination) becomes the well-known English saying, "You say tomato, I say tomahto."
As with regular anagrams, capitalization and punctuation are unimportant (you should ignore them).
Can you figure out the correct word order and the corresponding expressions?
An upvote from me for every answer that solves at least one anagram (not already solved). The golden green checkmark goes to the answer that solves the most anagrams, or to the earliest such answer in the event of a tie.
- Plea kin him or us wok door. Knots wand tomb.
- Tar, coal, tolls! Win it, colt twin!
- I ache, thick easel.
- Sick van fad? Nether have enough? Sieve us won.
- Mow randy month: arrange hoe wear, elope ear lay, ant thud!
- Us fart leap? Neigh. Tick ink gun. Tray ill.
- Oat comb: ah foreign elk whale tooth. Yeah caliph!
- Enough gin, leigh! Hurry thatch descent tome.
- Yaw, our thorn wheat malice pie owes woods. Aim yen.
- Be uh tees. Whole thaw door. I've pew synth.
Disclaimer: I'd intended the word "leigh" to be pronounced "lay", but the English language, my dastardly arch nemesis, has evidently outwitted me again with another one-of-a-kind exception (it's pronounced "lee"). Nevertheless, please treat it as though it were "lay".