Make an Entire Sentence with Only the Word Buffalo
This is the greatest. Okay, maybe it's common knowledge, but you can make an entire sentence from the word BUFFALO.
"Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo," is a sentence. Here's how -- buffalo can be an adjective meaning (from) Buffalo, NY, a noun meaning bison and a verb meaning to bully or intimidate.
So think of it like this -- "The buffalo from Buffalo who are buffaloed by buffalo from Buffalo, buffalo (verb) other buffalo from Buffalo."
And there you have it; Bison from Buffalo who are intimidated by bison from Buffalo are themselves intimidating bison from Buffalo.