Tongue Twisters

Tongue twisters are fun little exercises for your mouth. They often use alliteration (the repeating of the beginning sounds of words) and rhyme in order to force you to verbally "stumble" instead of speaking clearly. The mistake will usually produce a smile in those listening to your attempt.

You can check out the various tongue twisters on the other pages in this section. A good place to start is with the "5 Times Fast" category.

If you know of a tongue twister that you would like to see listed on these pages, just type it into the chat box on the bottom of any of these pages. Please make sure it is not already listed before suggesting that I add it.

"Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer" was conceived by author Robert May in 1939 as a Montgomery Ward Department Stores promotion. Alternative names for Rudolph were Rollo and Reginald, but his 4-year-old daughter convinced May to change the name. Tyler Akins <>
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