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"BUFFALO BUFFALO BUFFALO": Your Guess?

I'm taking an online: Think Again. It has introductory lectures on various kinds of arguments. Today i listened to lecture on linguistic acts, defining meaningful sentences. It has to be grammatically correct and meaningful. We'll be exploring, i guess, deeply what's meaningful and what's not. Of course, it's advanced.

Nonetheless, there was a very interesting sentence. BUFFALO BUFFALO BUFFALO.

Buffalo is also a verb which means, to trick or fool. So a nice and fat buffalo fooled a buffalo.

Think about this:

BUFFALO BUFFALO BUFFALO BUFFALO BUFFALO.

Buffalo is a town in New York. So a NY Buffalo did it to a NY Buffalo.

How about?

BUFFALO BUFFALO BUFFALO BUFFALO BUFFALO BUFFALO BUFFALO BUFFALO BUFFALO BUFFALO BUFFALO.

I still have to figure this out. Gotta check multiple meanings of Buffalo on net. What's your guess?

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