This new, experimental, and highly creative type of English relocates and may even slightly change one or more syllables in a word, term, clause, or sentence to achieve an effect based on what a new word sounds like.
"Prefect Political Resentapration" is just one an example of Inverted Syllable English. Different effects are achievable depending on which syllables are moved because the new word which has had the position of one or more of its syllables changed might sound like an existing word. For example, to me, the word "resentapration" sounds like some kind of strange amphibian creature or some kind of strange action. The prefix, "resent" sounds like "resentment." And "pration" sounds like "aparition," predatory, preparation, apparition, etc.
by Spot Tricks February 05, 2018
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