So here is the deal. You'll be picking up any random book around you. Turn to page 173 (or the close page you have to that). Go to the 3rd paragraph. Find the 4th line (or the closest one to that) of the 3rd paragraph. What is the sentence that line is part of?
Here is what mine is:
Book- The Song by Jean Johnson
The Sentence: For all 'I" care, the lot of you can go hang yourself from a tree until you turn into Mendhi monkeys, but Council and King would have a conniption fit . . . which is why I didn't report the presence of that woman.
Now, Go for it! Let see what weird and cool sentences we get and have some fun :D
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Book- An Essay Concerning Human Understanding by Locke
Sentence: I imagine that men who abstract their thoughts, and do well examine the ideas of their own minds, cannot much differ in thinking; however they may perplex themselves with words, according to the way of speaking to the several schools or sects they have been bred up in: though amongst unthinking men, who examine not scrupulously and carefully their own ideas, and strip them not from the marks men use for them, but confound them with words, there must be endless dispute, wrangling, and jargon; especially if they be learned, bookish men, devoted to some sect, and accustomed to the language of it, and have learned to talk after others.
That's probably the longest sentence in the entire book.1