Are you good at tongue twisters?

Fumbling over words that rhyme - How was it coming? Do you fumble over words that rhyme?
@whyaskq (7553)
Singapore
June 23, 2007 1:15am CST
"Let's have a new game. We shall do tongue twisters today". The class went wild. This is something I dread. How do I do tongue twisters when I cannot even talk properly! Friends, what about you? Are you good at it? Any tips to share how to do it well? Here's two easy ones. Have a go at it. Twister#1 "Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair If Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair then Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn't very fuzzy, was he?" Twister#2 "How much wood would a woodchuck chuck If a woodchuck could chuck wood? He would chuck, he would, as much as he could, And chuck as much as a woodchuck would If a woodchuck could chuck wood." Well, how was it? Fun? Kindly share your experiences. Thank you :)
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@charms88 (7546)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Awwww bighead, I'm too old for this kind of game. For some reason, I can't move my tongue today. Don't you have anything EASIER then the one you provided. I don't have much problem with twister #1. The second one took me an hour to get it right. So...what's my grade?
@whyaskq (7553)
• Singapore
23 Jun 07
If you can do twister#1, that's already easy. An hour for #2? What's the time now? Oh no.. my head going to get bigger. lol.
@charms88 (7546)
• Philippines
23 Jun 07
Oh no, I think it's my eyes that got twisted and not my tongue, LOL. Now cool down your big head a little bit and give my grade...
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@im4u2007 (111)
• India
23 Jun 07
Not good but ok # twister 1 # I saw a saw sawing with a saw # twister # Bitty bought some butter, the butter was bitter, she bought some more better butter to make bitter butter better
@whyaskq (7553)
• Singapore
23 Jun 07
Hey, thanks.
@weemam (13389)
28 Jun 07
we do these all the time with my grandchildren and they just love when we make mistakes there is also one about She sells sea shells on the sea shore but It is late here pal and I can't remember any more of it , but yes I love them another was Polish it behind the door , if you say this one quickly it sounds really rude but I am so sorry lol I can't remember any of that one either . I will probably just get my head on the pillow and It will come to me lol xx
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@Katlady2 (9925)
• United States
28 Jun 07
I had no problem doing those two, only because when I was a kid my dad would repeat them over and over to me and then make me say them back. But any others, and my tongue gets tangled up in my teeth! Here's one for you (it's not so bad saying it one time, but try it four or five times and see how you do LOL): Rubber baby buggy bumpers. When I try it, it usually comes out rugger bagee bubby bumpers! ROFL
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• Singapore
23 Jun 07
Oh I confess it was extremely frustrating. The first tongue twister was alright, but I had a wee bit of problem with the second. It know the second was at most one with moderate difficulty still my tongue does not behave that well. It's one thing about old age. Your speech starts to slur and your tongue obeys you not.
@dpk262006 (53920)
• Delhi, India
23 Jun 07
Veru Funny indeed! I would fumble on these kind of toungue twisters. Deepak
@maddysmommy (16243)
• United States
23 Jun 07
She sells sea shells on the seashore. The seashells she sells are seashells she is sure. I always get tongue tied with this one LOL I did ok with the first one but not the second one.
@subha12 (18462)
• India
16 Jun 08
no, not that much. from childhood, i can say very little tongue twisters. so I am no good at them also I fumble sin most new ones.I think its really hard to be good at them.
@Darkwing (21590)
16 Jun 08
How about these? She sells sea shells on the sea shore, The shells she sells are surely sea shells, So, if she sells shells on the sea shore, I'm sure she sells sea shore shells. Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, A peck of pickled peppers, Peter Piper picked, If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, Where's the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked. And a naughty one! I chased a bug around a tree, The biggest bug you'll ever see. I bagged that bug, 'cause he bugged me, That bug around a tree. A bug... a bug... a bug... a bug... A bug around a tree. Yes, they're great fun, my friend. If I can avoid laughing, I can manage to say them, but once I start to laugh... that's it... I'm a gonner! Brightest Blessings.
@I_LUV_U (2503)
• India
16 Jun 08
Nice thread! I struggled with the second twister, first one's easy. I need more practice. My favorite twister is Black blood blue blood. The hardest tongue-twister in the English language (according to Guinness World Records) is supposedly The sixth sick sheikh's sixth sheep's sick. I also like "Betty bought some butter...."