In a recent answer on Aviation.SE I originally wrote:
Why is part from B777 being analysed by Airbus? Because it is not.
The answer immediately attracted some comments from the native English speakers of the community focusing on the incorrect structure of the sentence.
As I tried to explain later in the corresponding chat
I made the deliberate decision to write not in the best grammatical form to stress the point that the assumption behind the question is wrong. I'm not sure wether I achieve my goal, but my intent was the above.
I basically went for a double why-because question-answer sequence to build a rithm and to break it with the incorrect sentence structure to draw the reader attention on the point.
In the end, also given the technical predisposition of the SE community, I accepted the objections that were raised against my choice and I have not reverted the final edit, but I am still wondering: could have I achieved my intent? Would there have been better alternatives?