He thrusts his fists against the posts and still insists he sees the ghosts.Stephen King, It
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History of International Tongue Twister Day
Speaking of that old dastardly pickled pepper picker, it turns out that dear old Peter Piper was actually a real person, someone from our histories who was renowned for his taste in delicious spices and became immortalized as a result. He was quite the character when you all things were taken in, he was French and dastardly, so that paints an image right there. He’s also one-armed, and a horticulturist, which must make planting tricky from time to time. To wrap it all up? His favorite way of getting seeds for planting his spices was at the tip of a sword and the roar of cannonball. Yep, you got it, he was also a pirate. When he got his hands on some nutmeg he got his rhyme “Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers”
So which tongue twister is the most difficult? In the English language, the Guinness Book of World Records professes that to be “The sixth sick sheikh’s sixth sheep’s sick.” Trust us, one try at that and you’ll be having your tongue tied up in knots for a week, or at the very least sound like a snake with a lisp. We know, it’s pretty awful.
How to Celebrate International Tongue Twister Day
Well celebrating International Tongue Twister Day is a piece of cake! You just have to spend the day