In our bathroom there is a bottle of shower gel (see picture), and whenever I see it I wonder if there is something wrong with me or with the text.
The text says:
Maybe I won[']t tell you she said shyly some things are not for sharing.
What is meant here? In my eyes there are two possibilities:
- "Maybe I won't tell you she said shyly [that] some things are not for sharing." In this case, the word that can be omitted, so the text is grammatically correct, but does it make sense in this context?
- "Maybe I won't tell you she said shyly some things [that] are not for sharing." That would make more sense, but my grammatical feeling tells me that the word that can not be omitted in this case.
I am not a native speaker, so I might be totally mislead by my grammatical feeling, so please comment...