These actually make sense.

I dont know what to write today so I wrote some stuff.

 

1: Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo.

Solution: Buffalo means three things in this sentence. It can mean Buffalo, NY, bison, or a verb meaning “to intimidate”. This is how the sentence is supposed to be interpreted.

The bison from Buffalo NY, which are intimidated by other bison from NY, intimidate other bison in NY.

 

2:If police police, who police police? Police Police police police.

Solution: Police=law enforcement, or to control.

If the police control an area, who patrols police? Police Police control Police.

 

3: And finally, the lion-eating-poet in the stone den.

(All words make the “sh” sound)

Chinese poem:D

《施氏食狮史》

石室诗士施氏,嗜狮,誓食十狮。

氏时时适市视狮。

十时,适十狮适市。

是时,适施氏适市。

氏视是十狮,恃矢势,使是十狮逝世。

氏拾是十狮尸,适石室。

石室湿,氏使侍拭石室。

石室拭,氏始试食是十狮。

食时,始识是十狮尸,实十石狮尸。

试释是事。

Solution:

In a stone den was a poet named Shi, who loved to eat lions, and had resolved to eat ten.
He often went to the market to hunt for lions.
At exactly ten o’clock, ten lions had just arrived at the market.
At that moment, Shi had just arrived at the market too.
Seeing those lions, he shot them with his arrows.
He brought the corpses of the ten lions to the stone den.
The stone den was damp, so he had his servant clean it.
After the stone den was cleaned, he tried to eat those ten lions.
When he ate, he realized the corpses were in fact ten stone lions.
Try to explain this matter.

 

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