MIT Creates The Trickiest Tongue Twister [Pic+]

Submitted by: drawman61 3 years ago in Quizzes

And they say there is a prize
There are 6 comments:
Female 1,467
As long as I am reading it I could do it but if someone said repeat this phrase I don`t think I could. Then again choir practice exercises on enunciation probably helped too.
0
Reply
Male 5,872
I heard this on radio 4 yesterday; not really that tricky.
From my childhood the most memorable ones are:
The sixth sick sheikh`s sixth sheep`s sick,
Rubber baby-buggy bumpers,
Wicked Cricket Critics.
.
0
Reply
Female 7,989
I can`t listen to this at present- but if it is the one printer in the papers earlier this week I can manage one of them with reasonable success. As bordo said- one at a time- although I actually paired the words for menatl ease.
0
Reply
Male 907
The trick is that you consider each word separately and not as part of a whole.
0
Reply
Male 149
aren`t they really brain twisters? I can`t even say some to myself.
0
Reply
Male 7,774
Link: MIT Creates The Trickiest Tongue Twister [Pic+] [Rate Link] - And they say there is a prize
0
Reply