I'm sure someone here on Macrumors is an English major, or a psycholinguist, or just knows a lot. I was reading some internet pages about some confusing linguistic concepts in the English language involving homophones, sentences that use ridiculous amounts of the same word, garden path sentences, et cetera. For example, the sentence "Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo," or "The Buffalo buffalo who Buffalo buffalo buffalo also buffalo Buffalo buffalo." With "Buffalo" being the city, and "buffalo" being either the animal or the verb (to bully). These things are very interesting. This can be a list of garden path sentences or this can be various concepts that are similar to this. It doesn't matter to me whether it's one of those or anything...I just want a wealth of confusing (and possibly useless) English knowledge to be contained in this thread.