Tongue Twisters

Read ‘em aloud!

  1. She sells sea shells by the sea shore.
  2. Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. Now if Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, how many peppers did Peter Piper pick?
  3. If a woodchuck could chuck wood, how much wood would a woodchuck chuck?
  4. Three thin thieves thought a thousand thoughts. Now if three thin thieves thought a thousand thoughts, how many thoughts did each thief think?
  5. That which is theirs is neither more nor less than that which is thine.
  6. The thin thief went through that thicket over there.
  7. A thorn adorned a thicket.
  8. If you buy a ticket to see the thicket, you get a thorn to adorn your thicket ticket.
  9. Hu had the flu, and when Hu flew the flu flew.
  10. Fu found four frosty frappuccinos, and who did he find with them? Four fabulous females.
  11. The foreheads of four heads were fairly hairy for foreheads.
  12. “Berries vary very much,” said the berry fairy very well.
  13. One should wear one’s best vest for the fest. In other words, one should wear one’s best fest vest.
  14. I thought I sought a shot, but I sought a thought instead. And the thought I sought was not a shot, but a thimble and a thread.
  15. The ultimate tongue twister of all time: I think that a thick, sick, chic chick surely, thoroughly sank its shank into the tank and drank.

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