More installments of the "vowel twisters" or "palate twisters":
Maud, mod med-maid, marred mead mud 'mid mad-mode mood.
Paraphrase: Maud, modern nurse, damaged the meadow mud angrily.
Poe'd pud-pawed, pee'd, & pooh-pooh'ed paid
pod-pad.
Paraphrase: E.A.Poe had hand-inspected, urinated on, and rejected a paid peepod-like apartment.

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More installments of the "vowel twisters" or "palate twisters": Maud, mod med-maid, marred mead mud 'mid mad-mode mood. Paraphrase: ... Poe'd pud-pawed, pee'd, & pooh-pooh'ed paid pod-pad. Paraphrase: E.A.Poe had hand-inspected, urinated on, and rejected a paid peepod-like apartment.

Why urinated *on*? I read it as intransitive in this sentence.
More installments of the "vowel twisters" or "palate twisters": Maud, mod med-maid, marred mead mud 'mid mad-mode mood.

How about:
Maud, made med-mad, married mod maid 'mid Mead mud.

Maud, on prescription drugs, married her stylish Vegas sweetie?
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More installments of the "vowel twisters" or "palate twisters": ... had hand-inspected, urinated on, and rejected a paid peepod-like apartment.

Why urinated *on*? I read it as intransitive in this sentence.

You can't interpose an intransitive between two transitives sharing an object. The intr. would work of "peed" came before "pud-pawed."
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> Odd...I read it ass *** on AND shat on! Word?
Why urinated *on*? I read it as intransitive in this sentence.

You can't interpose an intransitive between two transitives sharing an object. The intr. would work of "peed" came before "pud-pawed."

Oh wait, what am I thinking. "Peed" is intransitive anyway, except in usages like "peed blood." If you pee *on* something, that's still intransitive. So the OS is wrong anyway. You can't pee a pod-pad.
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You can't interpose an intransitive between two transitives sharing an object. The intr. would work of "peed" came before "pud-pawed."

Oh wait, what am I thinking. "Peed" is intransitive anyway, except inusages like "peed blood." If you pee *on* something, that's still intransitive.So the OS is wrong anyway. You can't pee a pod-pad.

"Pee", "***", "poop", etc. are interesting in that they allow certain non-cognate accusatives referring to definite-marked objects in intimate contact with the excretor (clothing, sleeping furniture, and self) but not others:
He peed himself.
He peed the bed.
He peed his pants.
?He peed his shirt.
*He peed the toilet.
*He peed a bed.
If "pod-pad" denoted a definite mattress pad located in a storage pod, it would indeed be possible to pee the pod-pad. However, this usage appears not to admit intervening transitive verbs. I would not say *"He peed and ruined the bed", but "He peed the bed and ruined it". In the starred utterance, "peed" reverts to its usual intransitive sense and no longer takes "the bed" as object. The original sentence can only be salvaged by rearrangement.