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Multiple Meaning Illustrations
The Pablo Stanley 'Words are Fun' Graphics are Homophonic


By: Jennifer Gosnell (Rockstar) Jun 3, 12
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The hilarious Pablo Stanley ‘Words are Fun’ illustrations depict how homophonic words can be manipulated to create some really hilarious situations. Many words are spelt the same and have different meanings, and the comic makes light of some of the more hilarious aspects of the English language.

As the perfect comic for any literacy geek, the Pablo Stanley Words are Fun illustrations are a fantastic example of how the written word can bring amusement and delight. Some of the better examples include Claus: as in Santa, claws: as in cat and clause: as in the legal document. The lighthearted comic uses some of the most hilarious words to get a double meaning, and shows that words really can be fun.



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