- Fall leaves after leaves fall.
- First Ladies rule the State, and state the rule: "ladies first."
- You can cage a swallow, can't you, but you can't swallow a cage, can you?
Find or invent coherent sentences that can be read " word by word" in both directions- "left to right and right to left"
BTW, both phrases designated by quotation marks qualify as valid answers.
(In reply to re: First pay-cheque?
by Dej Mar)
I had "In-come, come in" in mind when I asked a question in the queue about hyphenation. In putting that up I omitted the hyphen. I've had what I considered to be weird spellchecks which required me to add a hyphen which was in my thoughts when proposing that.
I never checked up on "in-come" previously but it seems it is not liked.
Posted by brianjn
on 2012-11-15 20:21:59