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    (Original post by Aunty Bharwi)
    What do you say instead?
    "Donald Trump"?
    Nah more like liar, thief, black hating, fascist, victim, cherokee claiming, unsolicited "emails", under oath, fbi investigated, lost the election, cheated on and tried to cheat clinton
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    (Original post by LisaNikita)
    Nah more like liar, thief, black hating, fascist, victim, cherokee claiming, unsolicited "emails", under oath, fbi investigated, lost the election, cheated on and tried to cheat clinton
    That is her name. You haven't mispronounced it
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    (Original post by Kholmes1)
    Loads of people say that. Especially people from London.
    Yh I am from London 😂😂
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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
    And anything with an s in it due to my lisp
    The pain is real. :console:

    Sixty. I ****ing hate sixty. And six. And Sussex.
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    Millenium. Ends up sounding like nemo trying to say anemone and I say "milleninenium"
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    Prejudice. There are others too but that's just off the top of my head.
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    The pain is real. :console:

    Sixty. I ****ing hate sixty. And six. And Sussex.
    yesss thankfully mine isn'too noticable unless i point it out
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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
    yesss thankfully mine isn'too noticable unless i point it out
    I thought I'd grown out of mine, but I made a video the other day and ****ing hell if anything it's got worse. Though people do tend to tell me that I notice it way more than other people do.

    Have you tried speech therapy?
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    I thought I'd grown out of mine, but I made a video the other day and ****ing hell if anything it's got worse. Though people do tend to tell me that I notice it way more than other people do.

    Have you tried speech therapy?
    I haven't no since they say mine isn't bad enough to require it, i don't mind it really. However i talk bloody fast.
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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
    I haven't no since they say mine isn't bad enough to require it, i don't mind it really. However i talk bloody fast.
    Good for you!

    I'm told I talk slower than the average person but I'm not sure which would be worse for a lisp. Fast and it all runs together or slow and it's super obvious. :beard:
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    (Original post by Sabertooth)
    Good for you!

    I'm told I talk slower than the average person but I'm not sure which would be worse for a lisp. Fast and it all runs together or slow and it's super obvious. :beard:
    fast is better imo, people get used to it haha
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    (Original post by burntnorton)
    I cannot pronounce "three" it always comes out as "free"
    I fink I have the same problem.
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    Anything with strong Rs.

    My hardest word is 'rural'.

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    (Original post by Moonstruck16)
    Anything with strong Rs.

    My hardest word is 'rural'.

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    I just tried that myself. Realised I cant say it either lol

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    none cos I speak proper
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    I have perfectly clear diction (to the extent that I am the voice of the fire alarm announcements at my workplace, 'proceed to the nearest exit in an orderly fashion' &c.) and perhaps know how to pronounce these words, still I cannot give voice to any of 'imbroglio', 'sojourn' or 'chagrin'.
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    (Original post by Moonstruck16)
    Anything with strong Rs.

    My hardest word is 'rural'.

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    Lol same I always end up pronouncing the r like a w :/

    and squirrel! 😂🙈 being German doesn't excuse how badly I **** up whenever I try to say it so I just avoid the topic completely 😂
 
 
 
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