Rover, lay down. Damn it, Rover, lay down.
Excuse me, Sir, but Rover is an English Bulldog; you'll have to tell him to LIE down.
I used to test spelling by dictating sentences with the spelling words in them. I used to say, "You pass the whole test if you write the first one correctly." And the first one would be a sentence with the three "theres" in it, such as "They're going over there to get their books."
I rarely had any student get all the words right.
A preposition is a bad thing to end a sentence with.
Pity the poor English teacher who went upstairs to put his daughter to bed, and heard her say, "Oh, Daddy, why did you bring that book I didn't want to be read to out of up for?"
When I was a speech therapist
Daughter: Daddy, I want a dwink of wadoo.
Me: You want a DWINK of WADDO?
Daughter: (Panicked) No, no. I want a drrrink of rrrater.