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Ken : ))))


Ok so everyone likes to talk about Sam’s murdercock, right? Like 80% of the women he’s had sex with has died.

Well… literally everyone Castiel has even kissed (onscreen) has died. Meg. Hannah. April. How am I just now figuring this shit out? If you even make out with Cas, statistically, you have a 100% chance of getting stabbed with an angel blade.

I’d risk it though.

Ready to have your mind blown?

Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo.

That may sound like nonsense but it’s actually a grammatically correct sentence. How? Well, ‘buffalo’ is a proper noun, a noun and a verb. It refers to an animal also known as a bison, an American city, and it can also mean ‘to bully’. These different interpretations create a sequence of words that is grammatically correct as it stands, though it helps to add in a few implied phrases and punctuation marks to reveal what’s really going on.

Buffalo buffalo are bison from the city of Buffalo and this sentence has three groups of them. Group A, which is bullied by Group B, bullies Group C. In other words bison from Buffalo that other bison from Buffalo bully also bully bison from Buffalo. If you let each Buffalo perform its role, the meaning becomes apparent.

K, nap time. 

From the TED-Ed Lesson Buffalo buffalo buffalo: One-word sentences and how they work - Emma Bryce

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