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An old school boy riddle is how to to have 5 x "and" in sequence and yet still make grammatical sense. The answer is that a man saw a sign advertising Dogs and Cats for sale. He commented that the sign was badly laid out because there was too much space between Dogs and "and" and "and" and Cats. = 5 x "and" QUESTION: Can you make grammatically correct sequence with more than 5 x the same word (not necessarily "and") ? If so, what is the maximum number of times of that word in sequence? NOTE: By "sequence" I do not mean a single sentence. The "sequence" can be any number of consecutive sentences (and/or phrases) which themselves may include as many punctuation and quotation marks as you like as long as the whole "sequence" is correct grammatically.