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.