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The sentence has to be grammatically correct, and probably shouldn't be too nonsensical. Here are a few examples:

Is he in on it?

Is it to be me?

Ma, Ed is in my gi!

Note: This puzzle will obviously have multiple answers, and the current "winner" will be unseated again & again over time. I hope that's okay on this site!

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closed as too broad by TheGreatEscaper, Gareth McCaughan, boboquack, Deusovi Mar 7 '17 at 3:49

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    $\begingroup$ Good candidate for an open-ended tag $\endgroup$ – humn Mar 6 '17 at 23:07
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    $\begingroup$ Ты не на юг ли? - you never said it has to be in English. Btw, it's harder in Russian, longer words in general. Also, Не яд, но щи не ем. $\endgroup$ – Yuriy S Mar 6 '17 at 23:11
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    $\begingroup$ It seems fairly clear that these can be extended more or less ad lib using constructions like "A or B or C or D", strings of musical notes, etc. I think I've got to agree that this is Too Broad, though it's a borderline case. $\endgroup$ – Gareth McCaughan Mar 7 '17 at 2:24
  • $\begingroup$ I think this could be improved by only allowing whole, grammatically correct words, no names, no acronyms. And the sentece should actually make sense (i.e. something which could be said/written in real life by a real person). If this makes the challenge too hard, maybe graduate to three letter words instead of two $\endgroup$ – Yuriy S Mar 7 '17 at 14:52
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Oh, hi Mr. Ed, is it ok to go to my ma Li or no?

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Planning and organizing an unusual bovine activity...

Oh hi Jo is it OK if we do an ox op?-is it to be:me to do an ox op in LA in AM,Al to do an ox op in MO in PM,or is it to be:me to do an ox op in LA in PM,Al to do an ox op in MO in AM,or is it to be:me to do an ox op in MO in PM,Al to do an ox op in LA in AM,or is it to be:me to do an ox op in MO in AM,Al to do an ox op in LA in PM?-as if it is to go,it is up to us to do it:it is up to me if Bi Ed is OK,or if he is no go to it,it is up to Al to no go it if Bi Ed is No,so we do it OK or is it an Oh no? Mo...

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Without some rules, there is no limit.

Is do,re,mi,fa,so,la,ti,do ok, or is re,mi,fa,so,ti,do,la ok or is ti to so ok or fa to do ok ...

Or maybe a little more interesting.

If it is ok if he do it to it in LA, he do it to me in LA if we do to it in LA, or it do it to me if he do it to it or me in LA.

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It is up to me to be an ad in my gi, to be an ox in my gi, or to ax my gi.

Not particularly pretty, but means "It's my responsibility to either advertise something while wearing my gi, be clumsy while wearing my gi, or destroy my gi completely."

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If it is to be,it is up to me to do it. Or if it is to go,it is up to me to do it.

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Mm, if he is to be in on an op, he is to be at an ag in the am to ax an ox,

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Do we go "do re me" or is it "do re me fa so la ti" as no "fa so la ti" is so la-de-da.

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