I have a private game called 'Chomskyan Bingo'. Noam Chomsky put forward the idea that language works as a generative grammar. A relatively small set of rules can be applied to a vocabulary to generate a vast array of possible sentences - some of which are very unlikely indeed, but are nevertheless recognisable as 'valid' sentences.
Anyway, I collect the unlikely ones - those sentences that you can be fairly sure have never before been uttered since the dawn of creation. From a recent discussion elsewhere:
"Put it on top of the fridge until it becomes suitably pudendal."
"...the ammoniac tang of woman parts."
Another one I like is:
I've even been known to do them in German:
"Somehow the chapatti had become lodged behind the skirting
"Ich bin nicht Mitglied dieser Konferenz, doch ich möchte ein
Pinguin" (I am not a conference delegate, nevertheless I'd like a
"Gibt es Damenbinden für einer Frau mit viel Blut?" (Do you have sanitary towels for a woman with a heavy period?*)
Got any more?
btw - this is another in my "Guess the relevace of the accompanying picture" series.
Giving 'Poddage to:
Patrick Wolf - The Magic Position. (A most joyful noise!)
Bryan Ferry - Dylanesque (Certainly shows he wrote some excellent songs. But let's face it - nobody can do them quite as well as Bob**)
Big Star - Sister Lovers
Yoko Ono - Yes, I'm A Witch***
Dylan - Desire
Dylan - Desire
*Literally '...a woman with a lot of blood' - It was my spur-of-the-moment translation that makes it collectable.
** Then there's Van Morrison's comment on The Waterboys' cover of 'Sweet Thing': "It wasn't a patch on the original, was it?"
*** Q: What is yellow and wrinkly and lives off a corpse?...