Edit: The question has been closed as "Not a real question". The question was actually good (the subject) but it was vague and not so well-asked, besides the OP showed really no interest on improving it. (If the OP comes back and improves it, I can reopen it, assuming it will fit SE's and our standards.)
Thanks for asking.
I think we need to separate two things here: first, the subject of the question and second, the question itself.
Subject/Topic: I think most would agree but I'd like everybody to confirm or not that the topic of the question is actually very interesting for those who have studied Linguistics. Take the "false friends" for example. They're interesting for us, so why wouldn't a whole sentence that works as a false friend be interesting as well?
In other situations, the question would have been prompting for list questions, and this one is as well, but given the fact that such sentences are very rare, it might only prompt a few answers which is ok in terms of Q&A requirements. As a proof for this, only one answer in that question actually provides a sentence. The others just words.
Question: The question has received downvotes and upvotes, while the answers only the latter. I could think that this is due to the fact that the question is not the best one I've seen in terms of wording and detail/context. Not to mention that the OP basically disappeared and we received no answers at all to our requests for clarifications. Maybe this is why it's getting downvotes.
According to what comes out from this Meta question and also from what comes out between me and the other mods, I'm going to either save or close the question, but you (and everyone) must know that I'm tending to decide for closing it. Not for the topic, which is very interesting and stimulating, but for the fact that the OP didn't answer and we can't certainly edit the question without being aware of his/her real original intention.
I think I addressed all of the points, but if there is something I missed, let me know.