Just some sentences I've culled from this KW Regan post over at RJ Lipton's blog:
(The post once again deals with self-reference, beginning with what the poster calls "self-defeating sentences" but moving on to some other categories as well.)
"Anyone who goes to a psychoanalyst should have his head examined."
"None of my close friends has a close acquaintance."
"Ignore this sign."
"Never say 'never.' ”
"Whether you mean it or not, be sincere!"
"I saw him do it when no one was looking."
"Words are incapable of describing what I am about to tell you."
"No one goes there anymore; it’s too crowded. "
"We Scorpios don’t believe in astrology."
"Avoid clichés like the plague."
"Don’t use no double negatives."
"A preposition is something a sentence should never be ended with."
"Can I ask you a question?"
And going back to my Monday post, I may as well throw this sentence into the mix as well:
“Only idiots believe this sentence.”