The logician in question, the late George Boolos, used to give a lecture in which he went through a number of popular phrases that, when analysed in terms of standard logic, mean something quite different from how we normally understand them.
The example everyone remembers is the popular song lyric “everybody loves my baby, but my baby don’t love nobody but me”. From this, it logically follows that “I am my baby”.
I guess the idea is you formalise this as:
∀x. loves(x, My Baby)
∀x. loves(My Baby, x) → x = Me
In this formalisation, loves(My Baby, My Baby) follows from the first premise. Then from the second premise, we get My Baby = Me.
Hopefully Most Reasonable People restrict the domain over which the first x quantifies…
ETA: Actually I should have known there’d be individual differences in interpretation. See the comments.