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Can you write a sentence that has never before been formed in the history of Eng

  1. DaniellaWood profile image83
    DaniellaWoodposted 8 years ago

    Can you write a sentence that has never before been formed in the history of English??

    You don't ever find some words in the same sentence together, do you? So now it's time to abandon the make-sense rule and stick any words into a sentence.  Here's mine: "Bark softly, please; the elephant wants a mars bar before he floats into the plant pot." Give it a shot!

  2. Silver Poet profile image77
    Silver Poetposted 8 years ago

    If you find yourself outdoors in the rain with an elephant, give it a hug and send it balloons by way of your local florist.

  3. oxymoron profile image57
    oxymoronposted 7 years ago

    I successfully failed to recall how approximately I forgot what I read tomorrow evening!

  4. Robert Kernodle profile image90
    Robert Kernodleposted 6 years ago

    Chocolate sunglasses dripped brilliant ideas upon thwarted grains of memory, lost in gnarls of pancake brilliance and deleted from curious consultations with green peas.

 
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