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Finnish tongue twisters (Kielivoimistelua)

Mustan kissan paksut posket.
Black cats' fat cheeks.

Appilan pappilan apupapin papupata pankolla kiehuu ja kuohuu.
The curates' beanpot is boiling and boiling over on the stove in the rectory of the parents-in-law.

Vesihiisi sihisi hississä.
A water troll was hissing in the elevator.

Kärpänen sanoi kärpäselle: tuu kattoon kattoon ku kaveri tapettiin tapettiin.
A Fly said to another fly: come to the ceiling to see as our friend was killed on the wallpaper.

Ruislaari, ohralaari, kauralaari.
Rye bin, barley bin, oat bin

With one's unorganised ways.

Hurskastelevaisehkollaismaisellisuuksissaankohankin hän toimi?
I wonder if he did so partly just to show sort of a slightly hypocratic kind of basic attitude?


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