(This is kind of a word game, but also just about the structure of language- so I've put it in general forum- feel free to move!) Hi there, I've been having ideas about writing with multiple meanings and the like; ways of having two meanings in bedded within a seemingly single sentence/structure. It gets a bit confusing, and I am really struggling to come up with much of use (my literature skills have never been that good). Anyway I was wondering if anyone might like to take up the challenge and have a go at making one! So basically, trying to make sentences which can be read in three ways- 1st- by reading it normally, in its entirety; 2nd- by reading every second word, beginning with the first word; 3rd- by reading every second word, beginning with the second word. Here are two really bad examples, which almost work (but don't actually): "Go (get) on (it) in (style), I (almost) said" (1st- go get on it in style, I almost said) (2nd- go on in I said) (3rd- get it style, almost) <-fail! Perhaps it would be easier to do the same, but work in clumps of two's? e.g. "what about (if we) hate; i (do this) for one" As you can see, I am really struggling at coming up with any sensical examples! It is likely that there is some sort of formula which could be devised, with patterns of nouns and verbs etc etc but again my knowledge of english and literature fall short of such word-mastery! If you have the time/interest to have a go, I'd love to see if anyone can make some fully-functional ones!