One of a kind

What is the only word in the english language
that changes pronunciation when it’s capitalized???

polish to Polish…

too easy.

And what is used by the Polish to polish the Polish?

Does the Pope use Turtle Wax on his chrome-dome?

Chaim Mattis Keller

“Sherlock Holmes once said that once you have eliminated the
impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be
the answer. I, however, do not like to eliminate the impossible.
The impossible often has a kind of integrity to it that the merely improbable lacks.”
– Douglas Adams’s Dirk Gently, Holistic Detective

I protest. Those are different words.

A correct answer would have the same meaning, but a different pronunciation, when capitalized as a result of being the first word in a sentence.

Well that nixes my answer - herb to Herb

Mastery is not perfection but a journey, and the true master must be willing to try and fail and try again

I think poppyp needs to clarify the rules.

Keeves. Strainger. No offense, but you guys would take the fun out of a banana split.

“The day after tomorrow is the third day of the rest of your life.” -George Carlin

There’s a town in Texas, near Austin, called Tow, pronounced “tau” (rhymes with Mao). So add “tow” and “Tow” to the list.