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#122380 - 02/08/04 12:04 PM beheading sentences
jheem Offline
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A favorite sentence that remains a sentence even after each word in it has been beheaded is:

Show this bold Prussian that praises slaughter, slaughter brings rout.

Anybody know any other examples? In other languages?



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#122381 - 02/08/04 12:08 PM Re: beheading sentences
Buffalo Shrdlu Offline
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Show that bold Prussian that praises slaughter

how hat old russian hat?

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#122382 - 02/08/04 12:19 PM Re: beheading sentences fixed
jheem Offline
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Sorry about that. Senior moment, etc. I've fixed it.


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#122383 - 02/08/04 12:22 PM Re: beheading sentences fixed
Buffalo Shrdlu Offline
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fixed it

well, I've never seen one of these phrases before, and can't imagine that there are many of them. this ought to be fun!



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