Homophones

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*[[Malloween Commercial]] — Homestar offers the trick-or-treating Marshie '''CAN D'''.
*[[Malloween Commercial]] — Homestar offers the trick-or-treating Marshie '''CAN D'''.
*Email [[couch patch]] — The Poopsmith wears a '''[[Has Matt?]]''' suit.
*Email [[couch patch]] — The Poopsmith wears a '''[[Has Matt?]]''' suit.
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*Email [[colonization]] — The book on the history of Strong Badia shows the area as "The '''Neu Wirlde'''".
*[[Stinkoman 20X6]] — FLASH 7 OR '''HIRE''' REQUIRED. This is also an example of [[Deliberately Poor English|deliberately poor English]]
*[[Stinkoman 20X6]] — FLASH 7 OR '''HIRE''' REQUIRED. This is also an example of [[Deliberately Poor English|deliberately poor English]]
*Email [[garage sale]] — The can of peas that [[Senor Cardgage]] buys reads "'''Canopys'''."
*Email [[garage sale]] — The can of peas that [[Senor Cardgage]] buys reads "'''Canopys'''."

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Sometimes when text appears in a cartoon or game, a word that would be expected is replaced by a homophone, a word that is pronounced the same, but has a different spelling and meaning.

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