Consider the sentence below.
We shouldn't say that we dislike things that we haven't lived.
The way it was pronounced, it sounded more as follows, though.
We shouldn't say... that we dislike things... that we haven't lived.
Am I correct to see an ambiguity here?
One interpretation would be that things which we have not experienced and lived through are not a subject that we should pass an opinion of in regard to how we appreciate those.
The second is that we should not mention disapproving views nor speak of things that we have not been through ourselves.
Since it was difficult to distinguish the spoken pause, I'm not able to provide more input other than there was a hang time (since I noticed it) but it wasn't very obvious (since I have to ask here).
edit (due to comments)
The second interpretation might be denoted as follows.
We shouldn't say: that "we dislike things", that "we haven't lived".