Kevin Brennan Writes About What It's Like
“Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo.”
Supposedly it’s a grammatically correct, complete sentence.
Only if you’re clinically insane!
So, are you saying you are not insane 😉
I’m in no position to know… 😀
Well, unless you have a white jacket with really long sleeves that tie together in the back, I guess … you wouldn’t know 😉
An English teacher once posed me the challenge of turning this into a legitimate sentence by only adding punctuation is the correct places:
Where Steve had had had Mary had had had had had had was right.
Where Steve had had “had,” Mary had had “had had”; “had had” was right.
Humm. Slow day on the ranch?
Little too slow…
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