A rhythm sentence is a sentence whose meter is the rhythm of a jig, or - to give the more common explanation - 'a sentence that goes "de-dede, de-dede, duh-duh"'
Now, a common criticism of The Ultimate Comment is that we tend to be a bit lax with our definition of what ain't a rhythm sentence and what am. A child could tell you that 'There's not enough fun to be had' has a different meter from 'It's happening in the place'. They even have different numbers of syllables.
The meter of rhythm sentences is represented by the number 4392018 for some reason.
Examples of rhythm sentences
- A Magical Trumpet Called Bill
- In Heaven it's sometimes like this
- It's only my room if you're in it
- Impossible things keep happening
- Everything self-perpetuates
- There's not enough fun to be had
- The World is Expecting Too Much
- Laughing is always an option
- It's happening in the place
- It's only the time that it is
- The Only Division's Linguistic
- The meaning of life is the party
- Everything is not a fox
- I Am Alive Right Now
- shikin haramitsu daikomyo
- aum govindaya nama
- This freedom is rather like death
- The Zoetic Grimoire of Zos
- Wherever you go, there you are