I am teaching a discrete math course, and doing multiply quantified statements. All the book examples are sober and forgettable:
Every real number has a reciprocal.
For all triangles x [in a "Tarski world" with a bunch of shapes of different colors], there is a square y such that x and y have the same color.
There is no smallest positive real number.
And so on. These are good, but I would like to supplement these with examples from pop culture, song lyrics, contemporary politics, etc. -- especially anything amusing, complicated, and/or which drastically changes meaning when you change the order of the quantifiers. Something the students might remember the day after the lecture.
Usually I am good at this kind of thing but for now I am drawing a blank. Any ideas?