The Sixth Sheik’s sixth sheep’s sick. A Skunk sat on a stump, the skunk thunk the stump stunk, and the stump thunk the skunk stunk
I HAVE NOT HERD THAT ONE IN A LONG TIME I REMEMBER HOW I WOULD DO IT A LOT!
miss mary mack , mack, mack all dressed in black, black, black with silver buttons, buttons, buttons, all down her back, back,back she asked her mother, mo., moth.. for 50 cents, cents,cents to see the elephants, go jump the fence, fence, fence they jumped so high, high, high they reached he sky, sky, sky and never came back until the 4th of july, july, july you lie! …
I teach an ESL kids’ class and I came here to look up the Miss Mary Mack rhyme…thirty minutes (and at least as many laughs) later, I thought I should say ‘thanks’!
These tounge twisters are awsome and fun all at the same time. i loved trying them on my family is was frekin’HILARIOUS! TRY SAYIN’ THIS: how much fud could a fud pucker puk if a fud pucker could puck fud
Betty Botter bought some butter. “But,” she said, “the butter’s bitter. If I put it in my batter, it will make my batter bitter.” So Betty Botter bought some butter better than the bitter butter, and she put it in her batter. And her butter wasn’t bitter. So . . . ’twas better Betty Botter bought a bit of better butter.