Yes, I have heared of this anagram game, and maye we could extract its principle to the game I mentioned first. Maybe in the player's turn, one can:
If the sentence makes sense, player can do 1, 2, and 3.
I the sentence doesn't make sense, player can only do 1.
1. Add a card to the end of the sentence.
2. Replace a card. (like Scrabble Slam)
3. Rearrange the sentence without limits. (like in the TV show Countdown, the anagram game)
To do 2 or 3 the sentence must remain with sense, you can't just scramble the phrase to nonsense.
Also, if it is gramatically correct, a player can add the words "e", "li" and "pi" limitlessly in the end of the sentence in 1 and anywhere in 2 and 3, independently of the cards in the hand. With this rule, there won't be these grammatical words in the deck.
Also, you could consider playing Dvorak
exclusively in TP.
Any other ideas? I think a game in tp would be awesome, but maybe it would work better if it is a computer game, so we don't have to worry about massive quantity of cards and we can play with people from other coutries, as soon as tp is spread all over the world.