Is @JimmyFallon "Speaking in Tongues"? "Subliminal Messages?"

Jimmy Fallon and his hidden power
@mythociate (15963)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
January 19, 2017 1:34pm CST
CRACKED described it as 'a quirk'--like Tom Cruise sprinting in every movie, Tom Hanks ... doing something ... in every movie, Brad Pitt standing-around eating in every movie, Harrison Ford pointing 'gesticulationally?' Jennifer Aniston "Ahem"-ing--but does Jimmy Fallon's "quirk" mean more? https://youtu.be/UkaiEr0u8sc?t=330 "eh ne nes vay nos vay nos bhien ses duh pree shait that"? "Thai see nup"? "Daas uhh yoogurt iht"? etc.
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@Chellezhere (1393)
• United States
28 Jan 17
Who knows?
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@mythociate (15963)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
31 Jan 17
He does, his God, his doctors ...
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@mythociate (15963)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
31 Jan 17
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the psychological term. For the linguistic and stylistic term, see Logorrhoea (rhetoric). In psychology, logorrhea or logorrhoea (from Ancient Greek ????? logos "word"