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He threw three free throws.

 

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@Cleoriff

That Peter Piper one was the hardest one of all the ones you listed! I can say the other ones (mostly) ok but Peter Piper is a real challenge sweat smile

 

@Glory1

Is it normal that I can't help but almost sing the that Woodchuck tongue twister? It's got a great rhythm to it ... joy Thanks for all the woodchuck pictures as well, they look very soft!

 

@MI5

I lost myself very quickly in these Lorrys. How many times can you say it quickly back to back yourself??

 

@Anonymous

I hadn't heard of the Fuzzy Duck game but it makes for a good tongue twister - repeating Fuzzy Duck Ducky Fuzz very quickly isn't exactly easy ... however as @jonsie hinted maybe the classic version of this game isn't fit for the Community LOL Any good tongue twisters you learned growing up?

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More times if I do it in my head rather than out loud!
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Sorry @Cleoriff .. none spring to mind!
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@Anonymous wrote:
Sorry @Cleoriff .. none spring to mind!

@AnonymousI have plenty...but most of them turn out rude when you say them fast joy

 

@EmilieTMy nephew was in a band called Red Lorry Yellow Lorry (they shortened it to RLYL though!)

No pictures of him in the band but he went on to be with different groups, mainly Sisters Of Mercy

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(sorry to go off topic, just thought I would brag about him a bit) joy

 

 

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Bragging is good!
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@Anonymous wrote:
Bragging is good!

It is, as long as it's about other people and not yourself.....tongue winking

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@EmilieT I must admit I never tried to sing the woodchuck tongue twister, though I agree it has a good rythm to it. Used to be able to say it fast 5 times (sober), not sure if I can still do it though. Must have a try and see joy

 

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Fischers Fritze fischt frische Fische.

 

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Blaukraut bleibt Blaukraut und Brautkleid bleibt Brautkleid.

 

We call it tongue-breaker Smiley Very Happy

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