Coca-Cola Ambiguity

One of the new hippy-style Coca-Cola adverts falls into the classic logical ambiguity trap of including two quantifiers...

Coca-Cola: Everyone Has a Someone

The slogan, 'everyone has a someone', has two possible interpretations. The intended one is that for every person in the world, there's at least one person that loves them. Written in logical form as '∀y (∃x (Lxy))' (Lab = a loves b). The second possible interpretation is that there is at least one person in the world who loves everyone - '∃x (∀y (Lxy))'.

Admittedly, the ambiguity isn't quite so strong as in 'someone loves everyone', but it's there all the same...