A Classic Case of Tongue Twisters

03 Oct

Pyotr Petrovich perused Pride and Prejudice perhaps perturbing Porfiry who preferred Pilgrim’s Progress.

Dostoevsky, Vronsky, Oblonsky, and Shcherbatsky went for a brewski.

Inimical monomaniacal ignominy.


Friends, feel free to form fun phrases for a folio of fictional phonetic frolicking.


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One response to “A Classic Case of Tongue Twisters

  1. Adriana @ Classical Quest

    October 3, 2012 at 11:41 pm

    You’re good. I’ve been trying to think of one all day, but I’m stumped.
    “Inimical monomaniacal ignominy.” is my favorite. I’m going to try to use this casually in a sentence sometime soon. I’ll let you know how it goes.


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