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The Ambiguous Party
The title could mean either:

- a political party that is undecided about which way it should go
- a social gathering where people share ambiguous sentences just for the fun of it

Let's go with the social gathering. Let's make this happen. Here are some examples:

It's easy to steal.
Stealing is easy.
It (the thing I'm referring to) can be easily stolen.

I swear.
I promise in a very urgent manner.
I've been known to curse.

The present is yours.
This time is your time, make the most of it.
This gift belongs to you.

Your turn now :)
Apr 27, 2020 6:48 PM
Comments · 17
Som's 'take your pick' gave me an idea.

Don't pick your nose!

[Let your rhinoplasty surgeon select one for you]
April 28, 2020
"The passerby helped dog bite victim."

Did the passerby help someone who had been bitten by a dog?
Did the passerby help a dog bite someone?
April 27, 2020
That bird can't stop tweeting.
April 27, 2020
"My brother's gone off hiking."

a. "Where to? The Alps?"

b. "Why's that? Doesn't he enjoy it any more?"

[Difference between present participle and gerund, f.w.i.w.]

April 28, 2020
For the speakers of BrE:

How's that spelt?

Possible answers:
It's (spells the word)...
It's delicious!
April 28, 2020
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