Homophone not Telephone – Yes, You Can Groan

There are three critical places to spot the ever important homophone.

The 1st place is where I fell down, over here.
The 2nd was with some sauce over hair.
The 3rd place being where (not wear or weir)  there (not they’re or their) was an interesting conversation that I did over hear.

The Trifecta Challenge
Trifecta

We want you to follow the same general structure of the above quote.  Feel free to change the subject–tell us what’s important about coffee or houseplants or whatever you’d like.  Or else change up the modifier–instead of telling us what’s important, tell us what’s sexy or overrated or pernicious.  Your last three lines should closely echo James’s, giving us the same answer three times. – See more at: http://www.trifectawritingchallenge.com/#sthash.vzzNQIKt.dpuf

Thanks Kylie 

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9 Responses to Homophone not Telephone – Yes, You Can Groan

  1. Quentin says:

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  2. El Guapo says:

    Clever!
    And now I can spend the rest of my workday unscrambling my brain.

  3. Kylie says:

    Har, har, har!

  4. Clever wordplay there, Ladycakes.

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