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Tongue Twisters

Tongue Twisters

Tongue Twisters — A tongue-twister is a phrase that is designed to be difficult to articulate properly, and can be used as a type of spoken (or sung) word game.

  • Bad money mad bunny.
  • Does he know that we know that he knows.
  • Sometimes what children wonder can make us wonder how they wonder such interesting wonders.
  • Five fat peas in a pod pressed.
  • Tiny Orangutan Tongues.
  • Is there a pleasant peasant present?
  • Big Billy, who had a big belly was also a big bully.
  • How many cuckoos could a good cook cook, if a cook could cook cuckoos.
  • I’m not the fig plucker, but the fig plucker’s son. But I’ll pluck figs, till the fig plucker comes.
  • An Ape hates grape cakes.
  • Any noise annoys an oyster but a noisy noise annoys an oyster more.
  • Hi says Hilda Hippo Happily Hi says Hilda Hippo Happily.
  • Once upon a barren moor There dwelt a bear, also a boar. The bear could not bear the boar. The boar thought the bear a bore. At last the bear could bear no more Of that boar that bored him on the moor, And so one morn he bored the boar– That boar will bore the bear no more.
  • Draw drowsy ducks and drakes.
  • Mix, Miss Mix!
  • Fred fed Ted bread, and Ted fed Fred bread.
  • Tragedy strategy.
  • Selfish shellfish.
  • Freshly fried fresh flesh.
  • The crow flew over the river, with a lump of raw liver.
  • Preshrunk silk shirts.
  • Good blood, bad blood.
  • Shelter for six sick scenic sightseers.

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