Can anyone consruct a grammatically correct question that has the word "And" five times in a row?

Update:

Sorry, that should read "grammatically correct sentence".

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The sign writer had been comissioned to paint a sign for a pub.

    After he had finished, the owner was inspecting the sign before paying.

    His comments were: "The sign is bright and colourful enough; but would you agree that the spaces between 'Dog' and 'And' and 'And' and 'Duck' are not the same?"

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  • 1 decade ago

    Depending on the sentence structure, yes. Ie. This morning Sarah and Jefery went to the doctor's ofdfice,Knicks and Knacks, and found out that ZSarah is pregnant with a boy and a girl. Well that's only four but for an impromptu sentence it will do.

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  • 1 decade ago

    The king and and and and and queen are too far apart.

    I originally read this in Ripley's Believe it or Not (1929 edition) - but here's the explanation, sourced from Wiki (to save me finding the book):

    Imagine that it's being said to someone painting a sign for "The King and Queen" pub. Then add lots of quotation marks and some commas: "The 'King' and 'and', and 'and' and 'Queen', are too far apart.

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  • 1 decade ago

    if you mean a gramatically correct sentence with the word "and" in it 5 times, here is my shot:

    When I was young AND foolish, I dated a very interesting AND ruggedly handsome young man who taught both biology AND chemistry at the local college that i attended AND where I was a member of the debate team AND the volleyball team.

    or...

    Back in college where I was a member of the debate team AND the volleyball team, AND when I was young AND foolish, I dated a very interesting AND ruggedly handsome young man who taught both biology AND chemistry.

    LMAO. i think one of those is correct, gramatically speaking.

    And just judging from the way it sounds, I am thinking that the second one sounds better than the first.

    Now, if it is actually "AND" 5 times in a row, here is my try:

    ANDrogynous ANDroids ANDy AND ANDrew whimsically waltzed down the whalers' wharf wearing white windbreakers.

    assonance and alliteration in the same sentence. WOW! I am tripping myself out. Thanks for the question.

    stil LMAO. how was that??? (-:

    Source(s): my head.
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  • 1 decade ago

    Label on a jam jar. AppleAndStrawberry Jam.

    There is not enough space between Apple and And and And and Strawberry

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  • 1 decade ago

    Andy was often known to go by the nickname And. He had two friends, both called Andrew who also went by the nickname And. They all went for a walk together...

    Where did And and And and And go?

    Cheating a little I know.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Q: What do you get if you put 5 signposts with the word 'And' on them in a row together?...

    A: A waste of taxpayers' money...

    Source(s): A German book called 'Andandandandand.'
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    He asked, " could you tell me the address and road name, and the building and floor number and the exact location of Mr XYZ" ?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    no, not without speech marks

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