The idea for this challenge stems from this posting on ComputerScience (beta).
It is established (see above link), that Morse-code requires the 'space' between individual character to be uniquely decipherable.
The answer of Aaron Dufour there defines the term morsagram as a pair of messages which, encoded in morse code become identical if the spaces are left out. His provided example is:
I now challenge to find the longest morsagram pair of words in English.
You may only use the Morse-code equivalents for the 26 characters of the international Morse code table.
As consequence of the rule above: solutions are case-insensitive. Use capital letters for all.
Also: The two words of the morsagram may be of different length when written in English.
The winning condition is to find the longest words (sum of both lengths of the English words).
A bonus is to find the most interesting pair. This, of course, is highly subjective. Interesting may be one of the following: most different characters; opposite meaning; two very common but otherwise unrelated words; words with have another surprising connection...
A second bonus question is to find the most interesting sentences which are morsograms.
Again, an example is already provided in the linked posting above:
SOS HELP= |
I AM HIS DATE= |
For this bonus-question, disregards punctuation in the Morse-code.
I will accept and un-accept answers for the winning condition as new records are brought in.
Up-votes should be given to answers which you believe fulfil the bonus condition.