In toki pona, compounding multiple words together is possible. For example:
tomo telo: bathroom
It also allows compounding three words together:
tomo pi telo nasa: a bar
kiwen mun laso: blue moon rocks
This is where the official grammar stops, and the official stance is that larger statements are ungrammatical. However, I am wondering if it is common in practice for people to compound more than three words.
Suppose I wanted to say “the broken yellow dome hut.” The official grammar would have me say something in a full sentence:
tomo sike pakala li jelo.
However, despite the rules of grammar, do people ever say:
tomo sike pakala jelo.
Or include other compounds of many words with pi?
(Note: I am not asking whether this is grammatical according to official rules. I am asking whether colloquial toki pona permits this.)