Aight. The original sentence was "The cat sat on the mat". The objective? To expand it as much as possible while retaining the original meaning. The result?
We are now in a position to say in conclusion, and in light of the flatulent facts expostulated by my learned friends opposite, I suppose it would indeed seem, to all reasonable intents and/or purposes with which we're concerned as of this particular moment in time, presuming the existence of a physical universe containing at the very least cats, mats, afternoons, and sitting, a proverbial universe of proverbial matter, and if one is to follow traditional lines of thought in our society - though is it worth noting that one need not necessarily constrain oneself in such a way - that the alleged proverbial cat (ie: Felis domesticus), which may or may not in fact be a stoat (Mustella erminea) in disguise (according to a rather dubious yet not immediately discreditable source - ie., wikipedia or its right-of-centre alternative Conservapedia), contrary to popular belief as it is usually interpreted by the significant (but considered mostly disreputable by the minority) majority of humans (Homo sapiens sapiens) who are aware of stoat characteristics, almost certainly sat, lay, reclined or otherwise rested in a feline (if not, stoatlike) manner on the alleged proverbial fair-trade woven hemp mat (or indeed rug or other form of small-sized fabric floor covering made from fair-trade establishments in Colombia and neighbouring countries), which was, I think we can all agree, assuming that our perspectives, given cultural differences such as those in Commonwealth and American English, are more or less alike no doubt partly due to modern communication systems which render memetic isolation impossible, most likely placed by the hand of some unknown actor resting on the floor (given the normal orientation of the floor with respect to the immutable laws of gravity), which appeared to be a relatively flat surface (as floors are wont to be) or moach, thoroughly enjoying, though it is a matter of conjecture whether either cats or stoats are capable of the basic human emotion of 'enjoyment' (in which case it is fair to assume artistic licence for this particular scenario despite the utter illogical nature of such an assumption in the eyes of autistics and pedants), what is generally referred to as the alleged proverbial afternoon - that is to say - and it is important to maintain absolute clarity in such matters - a time (presuming as I believe for the sake of sanity we must that this event is occuring in a universe with linear time) commonly denoting the time between noon and night, or otherwise evening - from the apparent location, or in French "lieu" (or the Peul "laban') of the aforementioned alleged proverbial mat (or rug) of woven hemp (viz. the one which was on the floor - though some would call into question the accuracy of this), with no alleged or imagined disturbances (neither those disturbances that a cat/stoat would mind, nor the social disturbances that tend to befall derelict governments), applying, so to speak, an anthropomorphic personality to the aforementioned animal (be it either cat or stoat) which may or may not be true seeing as determining the true state of mind of such an animal (cat or stoat) is purely a matter for conjecture, although some (chiefly the cat/stoat lobby and esteemed holy men of the Brahman caste such as Sadhus) would debate this for personal motives, and on the grounds that the study of animal behaviour is quite well advanced.