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  1. faefae findley
    faefae findley at |

    how much ground could a groundhog hog if a groundhog could hog ground

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  2. Zach Hughes
    Zach Hughes at |

    One smart fellow, he felt smart
    Two smart fellows, they felt smart
    Three smart fellows, they felt smart
    Four smart fellows, they felt smart
    Keep adding fellows till you mess up!!!

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  3. Annie
    Annie at |

    Try this one… Pad kid poured curd pulled cod

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  4. Heidi
    Heidi at |

    Swan swam over the sea
    Swim swan swim
    Swan swam back again
    Well swum swan

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  5. Bento
    Bento at |

    Right rice rise say it ten times vry fast

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  6. Diana
    Diana at |

    hey can anyone help me to form my own tongue twister using my name??

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  7. Dashing_Neons
    Dashing_Neons at |

    This is my favorite one:

    I’m not a fig plucker nor a fig plucker’s son but i’ll pluck figs ’til the fig plucker comes
    and this one:

    How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck enough wood to chuck more wood could the woodchuck could chuck last the day woodchuck woodchuck would could could would?

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  8. R.K.
    R.K. at |

    TRY THIS
    ‘YOUR WALK TALKSAND YOUR TALK TALKS BUT YOUR WALK TALKS IS LOUDER THAN YOUR TALK TALKS’

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  9. Nihya MB
    Nihya MB at |

    HELLO JISNA I AM HERE…

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  10. Nihya MB
    Nihya MB at |

    THIS SITE TOO LOVELY.I LIKE THIS

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    1. Nihya MB
      Nihya MB at |

      YA ITS TRUE…

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  11. Harry
    Harry at |

    I’ve got one

    One-one was a race horse
    Two-two was one too
    One-one won one race
    Two-two won one too

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  12. TwisterMaster
    TwisterMaster at |

    Say this three times:

    One smart fellow, he felt smart,
    Two smart fellows, they felt smart,
    Three smart fellows, they felt smart,
    They all felt smart together

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  13. priya
    priya at |

    Red lorry blue lorry yellow lorry

    U may say it slowely but try it fast 🙂

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    1. Nihya MB
      Nihya MB at |

      OH ITS TOO FUNNY…
      I CAN’T SAY THIS ANYMORE.HA HA HA!!!

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      1. priya
        priya at |

        😛 ha ha ha !!! 😀 😛

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        1. Nihya MB
          Nihya MB at |

          can we chat on 2nd November @ 4 pm in this webpage….

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          1. TSRVT
            TSRVT at |

            HEY – This is NOT a chat site. If you want to contact this person please use the appropriate forum. Every post you make here goes to everyone who subscribes. Go use Facebook or something else and stop abusing this site.

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  14. Grokly
    Grokly at |

    My favorite of all time, told to me by my grandfather:

    One smart feller and he felt smart.
    Two smart fellers and they felt smart.
    Three smart fellers and they all felt smart.

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    1. Nihya MB
      Nihya MB at |

      WHO TAUGHT YOU THIS?TRY MINE:
      ‘VANDI KUNNU KAYARI KUNNU VANDI KAYARI.’
      THIS IS IN MALAYALAM LANGUAGE.
      IF U KNOW MALAYALAM ,YOU WILL UNDERSTAND THE MEANING………

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  15. alex
    alex at |

    umm… very hard

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  16. Mukesh Dagur
    Mukesh Dagur at |

    what i read once in my school days betty ,,,,,, Betty bought a bit of butter, but bit of butter was bitter so she bought another bit of butter to make bit of bitter butter better.

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  17. moly
    moly at |

    what i remember about the peter piper tongue twister is this:

    Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled pepper. A peck of pickled pepper Peter Piper picked. If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled pepper, where’s the peck of pickled pepper Peter Piper picked?

    I remember this tongue twister so much because this was my favorite during my elementary years. Probably, 10-12 years ago. . .Until now, this still top in my favorite tongue twisters. ^_^

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  18. Terry
    Terry at |

    How about these two oldies?

    “Theophilous the thistle sifter
    thrust three thousand thistles through the thick of his thumb.”

    and

    “Which wristwatches are Swiss wristwatches?”

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  19. Mike
    Mike at |

    For a short but difficult one, try:

    “Irish wristwatch”

    Even if you can manage to get it once, if you try for multiple times quickly it’s very difficult.

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  20. Maitreya Barmanray
    Maitreya Barmanray at |

    Try this one…

    ” Lower Roller.. Upper Roller”

    You are good if you manage this ten times

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  21. Dale
    Dale at |

    rubber baby buggy bumpers

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  22. Donna
    Donna at |

    Mrs Piggy Wiggy has a square cut punt…it's square at the back and round at the front.

    Do it fast!

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  23. Big Pun
    Big Pun at |

    dead in the middle of little italy little did we know that we riddled some middle man who didnt do diddly

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  24. Cameron
    Cameron at |

    Unique New York… Unique New York

    and

    She stood on the balcony inexplicably mimicking him hiccuping, amicably welcoming him in.

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  25. Ironmunk
    Ironmunk at |

    A box of biscuits,

    A box of mixed biscuits,

    And a biscuit mixer.

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  26. toughguy
    toughguy at |

    actually dude I think #1 should be #10 and #2 should be #1

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  27. Saigneenams
    Saigneenams at |

    Hello! rainbow brite backpack

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  28. mommy gm
    mommy gm at |

    here's a couple i remember from backinnaday: "red leather-yellow leather-red leather-yellow leather". another is "peggy babcock" (one of the most difficult i ever heard), then the ever popular "toy boat"–just try saying these five times really fast…good luck.

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  29. Sodden Seraphim
    Sodden Seraphim at |

    My favorite from my camp counselor days:

    I'm a mother pheasant plucker

    I pluck mother pheasants

    I'm the most pleasant mother pheasant plucker ever to pluck a mother pheasant.

    Ah, yes, how the kiddies loved to accidentally say mother f***er… good times.

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