Ok, another language thing I thought of. I used to have a goofy friend in college who would think up these phrases whose meanings totally change when you change the pauses or emPHAsis on how you say them. Her name was Leza. We'll call them Leza-isms. I used to use them while teaching ESL to show the importance of intonation. For example:
What's that in the road ahead?
What's that in the road, a head?
Let's eat, Grandma.
Let's eat Grandma.
Hahahahahaha. Well, they crack me up anyway. If you're not laughing, maybe you just have to hear it. Or maybe I'm an easy crowd...
If you have any more like this, please send them to me.