From correspondent RJP, this image that’s been making the rounds on Facebook:
A nine-word sentence with only three content words, all of them punned on; all the puns are imperfect, the last pretty distant. Starting from the song line
This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius.
with the substitutions:
dawning > awning, age > cage, Aquarius > Asparagus
Much as I admire the punning, I have to point out that the plant in the chicken-wire cage isn’t asparagus; it looks like a legume, a pea or bean.