Tongue Twister Day!
Time for another fun holiday, and today's date is one sure to capture your attention. It is Tongue Twister Day, and you need to be ready for all those to phrases and words created to make you stumble, fumble and wreak havoc on your speech. By definition (and according to the dictionary), a tongue twister is "a sequence of words or sounds, typically of an alliterative kind, that are difficult to pronounce quickly and correctly."
Take the time and share your favorite tongue twisters and show off to all your friends and family how much better you are at them than they are. The provided one at the top is a great one and can be a good starting point.
Here is a list of some short tongue twisters you may (or may not) know:
- "Sally Sold Seashells By The Seashore"
- "Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers"
- "Fuzzy Wuzzy Was A Bear, But Fuzzy Wuzzy Had No Hair. So, Fuzzy Wuzzy Wasn't Very Fuzzy Was He?"
- "I saw Susie sitting in a shoe shine shop. Where she shines, she sits, and where she sits, she shines"
- "Brave, bleeding boys battle bald, biting babies. Biting babies ride battle toys while bumbling boys brave bald biting babies."
There are countless tongue twisters and you should try out as many as you can. Why not try and come up with a few on your own? Add your own to the already existing list and see how it compares. If you want to learn more about today's holiday, click here.