Authors: F. Smarandache
A Florentin’s Homonym uses homonyms in an upside-down way!... entangling grammar and language rules, defying orthography… loving mistakes… - employing tongue hindering; - ambiguities of words and senses (homonymic clash); - or sentences with two or more homonymic forms put together - either as separate homonymic phrase, or as a chain of homonyms; - and, of course, the eternal humor which helps as does the salt in the food!
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