The following descriptions can be found in Oliver Sacks’ THE MAN WHO MISTOOK HIS WIFE FOR A HAT AND OTHER CLINICAL TALES. They describe a man who awoke one morning thinking that his left leg was not his own. Both sentences describe the same man, just a couple paragraphs apart from one another, and both are completely insane.
I have no idea what Sacks was thinking, but these have to be the most impenetrable, inane descriptions of a person that I have ever read.
His expression contained anger, alarm, bewilderment and amusement. Bewilderment most of all, with a hint of consternation.
He gazed at me with a look compounded of stupefaction, incredulity, terror and amusement, not unmixed with a jocular sort of suspicion.