|1.||garden path sentence|
A sentence that when read, causes unintentional confusion because the reader thinks it means one thing when actual meaning is different from reader's said meaning.
James: I'll never get this report on "Why English is butchered" done.
Robert: James, time flies like arrows, fruit flies like bananas.
James: Will you stop using that gibberish?, Everybody knows that neither fruit nor bananas fly.
Robert: For someone who's a an English major, you know nothing about garden path sentences.
James: I should've known.