Originally Posted By: LukeJavan8

"What did he bring 'Over, Under, Sideways, Down' up from Down Under for?"

Five yard penalty. "Over, Under, Sideways, Down" is a title so the status of the constituent members of the title as prepositions is deemed inadmissible. The same goes for the phrase "Down Under", which is acting as a noun phrase. Any examples involving these are ruled out of bounds for the desired effect.