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MIT Researchers Reveal the World’s Toughest Tongue Twister!

Take the challenge to wrap your tongue around the Guiness Book of World Records’ toughest tongue twister.
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Take the challenge to wrap your tongue around the Guiness Book of World Records’ toughest tongue twister. When you’ve achieved that, try the tongue twister MIT researchers have determined is even tougher. Find out how the brain processes tongue twisters, find examples of tongue twisters, and watch a short video of the research.

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