Just for Fun...
Coming up with good example sentences for a conlang is one of the most annoying parts of the hobby, at least for me. You have to pick something that exemplifies parts of the grammar, but you also want it to feel natural, and appropriate for your con-culture. And, if you're like me, you want something that sounds good. Getting all of that right is a pretty tall order.
Yet sometimes, conlangers go above and beyond, coming up with example sentences that range from creative to outrageous. Here are some of my favorites. For more silliness, see Zompist's list of absurd phrases from real phrasebooks.
(Unfortunately, many of these languages are no longer available on the Web. I've scrounged the corresponding examples from Richard Kennaway's Conlang List.)
Gevey by Rik Roots.
Mik leprhuu nets pukrhe tem beduu rhou zharhi-skone, man kuu nets te buu rhou zharhi-skone.
“If rabbit meat was good enough for my father, then it is good enough for me.”
Denden by Boudewijn Rempt.
Aya! sémari'ryadhe gabu ni
“I wish I was a porcelain cup”
Gladilatian by Dennis Himes.
Fmu rletnapu hrnuzlahrmu hyaxryna hluryt.
“I give you 126 kisses.”
Kakarak by Kaurpin.
chugwus whowholes woyawilayamagøøye wakuupchapeeka
“The way you wail like a sick dog is starting to infuriate me.”
Rahha by James Campbell.
Visti u deheba izever-sata tistbibi!
“I don't know, but I think I bought a pregnant mouse.”
Shan Cannibals by Wilhelm van Waartuig.
Yeközä Dijtsland namumurüguk täyuxile mawal korölünire kuzipe pinake.
“Back in Dijtsland I wondered why pork tasted so different here.”
Sturnan by Christopher Wright.
Kerit hentalge huri a turek.
“A chicken attacked the king.”