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Pronunciation of Andrew "The Kidd" Evans

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  • British usage: Andrew "The Kidd" Evans (no hyphenation)
  • American usage: An‐drew "The Kidd" Evans

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  • Polish it in the corner.
  • So, this is the sushi chef?
  • The queen in green screamed.
  • Tim, the thin twin tinsmith.
  • She sells cshs by the C shore.
    (from the programmer's desk)
  • She slits the sheet she sits on.
  • Mr Knott and Mr Watt on the Phone
  • Nat the bat swat at Matt the gnat.
  • The big black bug's blood ran blue.
  • The soldier's shoulder surely hurts!
  • The sixth sick sheik's sixth sick sheep.
  • The Final Fixing of the Foolish Fugitive
  • Roberta ran rings around the Roman ruins.
  • Shut up the shutters and sit in the shop.
  • The sixth sick Sikh's sixth sheep is sick.
  • Sure, sir, the ship's sure shipshape, sir.
  • Four furious friends fought for the phone.
  • The sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's sick.
    (variation of the famous tongue twister)
  • Six sick sea-serpents swam the seven seas.
  • An elephant was asphyxiated in the asphalt.
  • The little red lorry went down Limuru road.
    (Limuru, pronunced Lee-moo-roo, is a the name of a road in Kenya.)
  • The chief of the Leith police dismisseth us.
  • This is the sixth zebra snoozing thoroughly.
  • I saw a kitten eating chicken in the kitchen.
  • He wanted to desert his dessert in the desert!
  • A slimey snake slithered down the sandy Sahara.
  • Whoever slit the sheets is a good sheet slitter.
  • Which Swiss witch switched the Swiss wristwatches?
    (by Marnie Singer)
  • The cat crept into the crypt, crapped and crept out.
  • There was a minimum of cinnamon in the aluminum pan.
  • The king would sing, about a ring that would go ding.
  • Lucid Lou slued loose the sluice that slew the slough.
  • The great Greek grape growers grow great Greek grapes.
  • I gratefully gazed at the gracefully grazing gazelles.
  • The crow flew over the river with a lump of raw liver.
  • Round and round the rugged rock the ragged rascal ran.
  • The batter with the butter is the batter that is better!
  • The sixth shack's sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep 's sick.
  • If Stu chews shoes, should Stu choose the shoes he chews?
  • Elizabeth's birthday is on the third Thursday of this month.
  • The seething sea ceaseth; thus the seething sea sufficeth us.
  • There's a sandwich on the sand which was sent by a sane witch.
  • Five fuzzy French frogs Frolicked through the fields in France.
  • She thrust three thousand thistles through the thick of her thumb.
  • Seven slick and sexy sealskin ski suits slid slowly down the slope.
  • As one black bug, bled blue, black blood. The other black bug bled blue.
  • One black beetle bled only black blood, the other black beetle bled blue.
  • Which witch snitched the stitched switch for which the Swiss witch wished?
    (by Ann Clark)
  • Knife and a fork bottle and a cork
    that is the way you spell New York.
  • The two-toed tree toad tried to tread where the three-toed tree toad trod.
  • Of all the felt I ever felt I never felt felt that felt like that felt felt.
  • A big black bug bit a big black bear and made the big black bear bleed blood.
  • Rory the warrior and Roger the worrier were reared wrongly in a rural brewery.
  • The ruddy widow really wants ripe watermelon and red roses when winter arrives.
  • Mrs Hunt had a country cut front
    in the front of her country cut pettycoat.
  • He thrusts his fists against the posts,
    and still insists he sees the ghosts.
    (from "It" by Stephen King)
  • How many boards
    Could the Mongols hoard
    If the Mongol hordes got bored?
    (from the comic Calvin & Hobbes, by Bill Waterson)
  • Hulk Hawk is hulking the hawk, Hawk Hulk is hawking Hulk ... Hawk hugs the hedgehog
  • It's not the cough that carries you off,
    it's the coffin they carry you off in!
  • The thirty-three thieves thought that they thrilled the throne throughout Thursday.
  • Picky people pick Peter Pan Peanut-Butter, 'tis the peanut-butter picky people pick.
    (from a commercial)
  • She sells seashells on the seashore. The seashells she sells are seashore seashells.
  • I see a sea down by the seashore.
    But which sea do you see down by the seashore?
  • I shot the city sheriff.
    I shot the city sheriff.
    I shot the city sheriff.
  • Don't spring on the inner-spring this spring or there will be an offspring next spring.
  • There those thousand thinkers were thinking how did the other three thieves go through.
  • Dick had a dog,
    the dog dug,
    the dog dug deep,
    how deep did Dick's dog dig?
    (by Alexandra Hunt)
  • A skunk sat on a stump and thunk the stump stunk,
    but the stump thunk the skunk stunk.
  • Swan swam over the sea.
    Swim, swan, swim!
    Swan swam back again.
    Well swum swan!
  • They hatch fish at the state fish hatchery and sell hatched fish to the fish stick factory.
    (by Kevin Brown)
  • She saw Sherif's shoes on the sofa. But was she so sure she saw Sherif's shoes on the sofa?
  • John, where Molly had had "had", had had "had had". "Had had" had had the teachers approval.
  • She sells sea shells on the seashore.
    The seashells she sells are seashells she is sure.
  • Tie a knot, tie a knot.
    Tie a tight, tight knot.
    Tie a knot in the shape of a nought.
  • The owner of the inside inn was inside his inside inn with his inside outside his inside inn.
  • She stood on the balcony, inexplicably mimicking him hiccuping, and amicably welcoming him in.
    (an actor's vocal warmup for lips and tongue)
  • The Knight said, "He's", with niceties, "some nights a tease or nice at ease on nice settees".
  • How much snus could a moose on the loose use
    if a moose on the loose could use loose snus?
  • The big black bug bit the big black bear,
    but the big black bear bit the big black bug back!
  • Picky people pick Peter Pan Peanut Butter.
    Peter Pan Peanut is the peanut picky people pick.
  • We need a plan to fan a pan; find a pan to fan, then find a fan to fan the pan, then fan the pan.
  • I'm a sheet slitter.
    I slit sheets.
    I'm the sleekest sheet slitter
    that ever slit sheets.
  • Birdie birdie in the sky laid a turdie in my eye.
    If cows could fly I'd have a cow pie in my eye.
  • Three grey geese
    In a green field grazing,
    Grey were the geese
    And green was the grazing.
  • Love's a feeling you feel when you feel
    you're going to feel the feeling you've never felt before.
  • I thought the haughty Professor Tortoise taught ontology, but the naughty Tortoise taught us tautology.
    (by Dachlan Cartwright)
  • Tell a tall tale of a tall tailed dog, that told Tim it tap a tall ale and thump the top of Tim's tomb.
  • Mr. Tongue Twister tried to train his tongue to twist and turn, and twit an twat, to learn the letter "T".
  • She stood on the steps of Burgess's Fish Sauce Shop, mimicking him hiccuping and amicably welcoming him in.
  • Pete's pa pete poked to the pea patch to pick a peck of peas for the poor pink pig in the pine hole pig-pen.
  • If your Bob doesnt give our Bob that bob that your Bob owes our Bob, our Bob will give your Bob a bob in the eye.
  • I saw a saw in Warsaw. Of all the saws I ever saw I never saw a saw that could saw, like the saw I saw in Warsaw.
  • I'm not the fig plucker,
    nor the fig plucker's son,
    but I'll pluck figs
    till the fig plucker comes.
  • The Smothers brothers' father's mother's brothers are
    the Smothers brothers' mother's father's other brothers.
  • Ray Rag ran across a rough road.
    Across a rough road Ray Rag ran.
    Where is the rough road Ray Rag ran across?
  • Denise sees the fleece,
    Denise sees the fleas.
    At least Denise could sneeze
    and feed and freeze the fleas.
  • I stood sadly on the silver steps of Burgess's fish sauce shop, mimicking him hiccuping, and wildly welcoming him within.
  • I wish to wish the wish you wish to wish, but if you wish the wish the witch wishes, I won't wish the wish you wish to wish.
  • I wish to wish the wish you wish to wish, but if you wish the wish the witch wishes, I won't wish the wish you wish to wish.
  • Sally sells sea shells by the sea shore. But if Sally sells sea shells by the sea shore then where are the sea shells Sally sells?
  • Hercules, a hardy hunter, hunted a hare in the Hampshire Hills. Hit him on the head with a hard, hard hammer and he howled horribly!
  • Bill had a billboard, Bill also had a board bill. The billboard bored Bill so Bill sold the billboard to pay for the board bill. 
  • I am not a pheasant plucker,
    I'm a pheasant plucker's son
    but I'll be plucking pheasants
    when the pheasant plucker's gone.
  • A lady sees a pot-mender at work at his barrow in the street.
    "Are you copper-bottoming 'em, man?"
    "No, I'm aluminiuming 'em, Mam."
  • How many rats would the ruskies roast if the ruskies could roast rats?
    How many cats would a caddie catch if a caddie could catch cats?
  • If Pickford's packers packed a packet of crisps would the packet of crisps that Pickford's packers packed survive for two and a half years?
    (from Naomi Fletcher's real life)
  • Thrifty Theophilus, the theocratic thistle sifter, thrice thrust three thousand thistles through the slick thick of his softly throbbing thumb.
  • I am not the pheasant plucker,
    I'm the pheasant plucker's mate.
    I am only plucking pheasants
    'cause the pheasant plucker's late.
  • A rough-coated, dough-faced, thoughtful ploughman strode through the streets of Scarborough; after falling into a slough, he coughed and hiccoughed.
  • How much ground would a groundhog hog, if a groundhog could hog ground? A groundhog would hog all the ground he could hog, if a groundhog could hog ground.
  • Slinking, sliding, slithering slyly,
    Swiftly slipping through the grasses shyly,
    Silent but for swish and hiss
    Is the sinuous snake's leglessness.
    (by Mark Scrivener)
  • If a Hottentot taught a Hottentot tot to talk ere the tot could totter, ought the Hottentot tot be taught to say ought or naught or what ought to be taught 'er?
  • A Tudor who tooted the flute
    tried to tutor two tooters to toot.
    Said the two to the tutor,
    "Is it harder to toot or
    to tutor two tooters to toot?"
  • Admidst the mists and coldest frosts,
    With stoutest wrists and loudest boasts,
    He thrusts his fists against the posts,
    And still insists he sees the ghosts.
  • Three tree turtles took turns talking tongue twisters.
    If three tree turtles took turns talking tongue twisters,
    where's the twisters the three tree turtles talked?
  • Which Witch snitched the Snitch Witch?
    Or did the Snitch Witch snitch the Witch?
    If the Snitch Witch snitched the Witch
    then which Witch did the Snitch Witch snitch?
    (by Emily Green)
  • When I went to Warsaw, I saw a saw that could outsaw any saw that I ever saw. Now, if you go to Warsaw and see a saw that could outsaw the saw I saw, I'd like to see your saw saw.
  • A flea and a fly in a flue,
    were imprisoned. So what could they do?
    Said the fly, "Let us flee".
    Said the flea, "Let us fly".
    So they flew through a flaw in the flue.
  • The bottle of perfume that Willy sent
    was highly displeasing to Millicent.
    Her thanks were so cold
    that they quarreled, I'm told
    o'er that silly scent Willy sent Millicent
  • There was a fisherman named Fisher
    who fished for some fish in a fissure.
    Till a fish with a grin,
    pulled the fisherman in.
    Now they're fishing the fissure for Fisher.
  • As he gobbled the cakes on his plate,
    the greedy ape said as he ate,
    the greener green grapes are,
    the keener keen apes are
    to gobble green grape cakes,
    they're great!
    (from Dr. Seuss' O Say Can You Say?)
  • Mrs Puggy Wuggy has a square cut punt.
    Not a punt cut square,
    Just a square cut punt.
    It's round in the stern and blunt in the front.
    Mrs Puggy Wuggy has a square cut punt.
  • Whether the weather be fine
    or whether the weather be not.
    Whether the weather be cold
    or whether the weather be hot.
    We'll weather the weather
    whether we like it or not.
  • A fly and flea flew into a flue,
    said the fly to the flea 'what shall we do?'
    'let us fly' said the flea
    said the fly 'shall we flee'
    so they flew through a flaw in the flue.
  • Dr. Johnson and Mr. Johnson, after great consideration, came to the conclusion that the Indian nation beyond the Indian Ocean is back in education because the chief occupation is cultivation.
  • She sells sea shells on the sea shore;
    The shells that she sells are sea shells I'm sure.
    So if she sells sea shells on the sea shore,
    I'm sure that the shells are sea shore shells.
  • As I was in Arkansas I saw a saw that could out saw any saw I ever saw saw. If you happen to be in Arkansas and see a saw that can out saw the saw I saw saw I'd like to see the saw you saw saw.
  • She is a thistle-sifter. She has a sieve of unsifted thistles and a sieve of sifted thistles and the sieve of unsifted thistles she sifts into the sieve of sifted thistles because she is a thistle-sifter.
  • When a doctor doctors a doctor,
    does the doctor doing the doctoring
    doctor as the doctor being doctored wants to be doctored or
    does the doctor doing the doctoring doctor as he wants to doctor?
  • Sheila is selling her shop at the seashore
    For shops at the seashore are so sure to lose
    And she’s not so sure of what she should be selling
    Should Sheila sell seashells or should she sell shoes
    (Danny Kaye song, arround 1930)
  • Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
    A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.
    If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,
    Where's the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?
  • Esau Wood saw a wood saw, saw wood, as no wood saw would saw wood. If Esau Wood saw a wood saw, saw wood, as no wood saw would saw wood, where is the wood saw witch would saw wood, as no wood saw would saw wood.
  • I thought a thought.
    But the thought I thought
    Wasn't the thought I thought I thought.
    If the thought I thought I thought,
    Had been the thought I thought,
    I wouldn't have thought I thought.
  • How much juice does a fruit juice producer produce when a fruit juice producer produces fruit juice? We can deduce a fruit juice produces as much juice as a fruit juice produce can seduce from the fruit that produces juice.
  • A twister of twists once twisted a twist.
    and the twist that he twisted was a three-twisted twist.
    now in twisting this twist,
    if a twist should untwist,
    would the twist that untwisted untwist the twists?
  • Oh, the sadness of her sadness when she's sad.
    Oh, the gladness of her gladness when she's glad.
    But the sadness of her sadness,
    and the gladness of her gladness,
    are nothing like her madness when she's mad!
  • Now the trees are all groaning in growling, rough gales
    That with thuds and hoarse roaring roll raging around!
    Such leaf-rousing, branch-ruining, ripping, raw wails,
    Such a terrible, thrashing and tree-wrecking sound!
    (by Mark Scrivener)
  • Yally Bally had a jolly golliwog. Feeling folly, Yally Bally Bought his jolly golli' a dollie made of holly! The golli', feeling jolly, named the holly dollie, Polly. So Yally Bally's jolly golli's holly dollie Polly's also jolly!
    (by Mistah Twistah, Tony Valuch)
  • A bitter biting bittern bit a better biting bittern
    And the better biting bittern bit the bitter biting bittern back.
    Said the bitter biting bittern to the better biting bittern
    “I’m a bitter biting bittern bitten back”
  • Sister Suzie sewing shirts for soldiers
    Such skill as sewing shirts
    Our shy young sister Suzie shows
    Some soldiers send epistles
    Say they'd rather sleep in thistles
    Than the saucy, soft short shirts for soldiers Sister Suzie sews.
  • King Thistle stuck a thousand thistles in the thistle of his thumb.
    A thousand thistles King Thistle stuck in the thistle of his thumb.
    If King Thistle stuck a thousand thistles in the thistle of his thumb,
    How many thistles did King Thistle stick in the thistle of his thumb?
  • The Leith police dismisseth us
    They thought we sought to stay;
    The Leith police dismisseth us
    They thought we'd stay all day.
    The Leith police dismisseth us,
    We both sighed sighs apiece;
    And the sighs that we sighed as we said goodbye
    Were the size of the Leith police.
  • There once was a man who had a sister, his name was Mr. Fister. Mr. Fister's sister sold sea shells by the sea shore. Mr. Fister didn't sell sea shells, he sold silk sheets. Mr. Fister told his sister that he sold six silk sheets to six shieks. The sister of Mr. Fister said I sold six shells to six shieks too!
  • Something in a thirty-acre thermal thicket of thorns and thistles thumped and thundered threatening the three-D thoughts of Matthew the thug - although, theatrically, it was only the thirteen-thousand thistles and thorns through the underneath of his thigh that the thirty year old thug thought of that morning.
    (by Meaghan Desbiens)
  • I'm a mother pheasant plucker,
    I pluck mother pheasants.
    I'm the most pleasant mother pheasant plucker,
    to ever pluck a mother pheasant. Actually, ...
    I'm Not the pheasant plucker,
    I'm the pheasant plucker's son.
    But I'll stay and pluck the pheasants
    Till the pheasant plucking 's done!
  • The third time the three three-toed tree toads tried tying their toes together, the third three-toed tree toad tied the two three-toed tree toads toes to the third toads toes. Then the two tied three-toed tree toads told the third three-toed tree toad that tying their toes together thrilled them to their toe tips.
  • Corythosaurus bit the gory esophagus of the dillapitated Dilophosaurus who lived in the sorest of forests with the whacky pachy-rinosaurus and the ceratosaurus, but the most poorest and mourish panoplosaurus called Wang sang and rang chorus with the lurdusaurus and the brachiosaurus who was dying of staphylococus-aureas.
    (by Henry Dyne and Georgie Warden)
  • If a Hottentot tot taught a Hottentot tot to talk before the tot would totter, ought the Hottentot tot be taught to say ought, or naught, or what ought to be taught the Hottentot tot? If to hoot and to toot a Hottentot tot be taught by a Hottentot tutor, should the tutor get hot if the Hottentot tot hoots and toots at the Hottentot tutor?
  • Bobby Bippy bought a bat.
    Bobby Bippy bought a ball.
    With his bat Bob banged the ball
    Banged it bump against the wall
    But so boldly Bobby banged it
    That he burst his rubber ball
    "Boo!" cried Bobby
    Bad luck ball
    Bad luck Bobby, bad luck ball
    Now to drown his many troubles
    Bobby Bippy's blowing bubbles.
    (from mid-Willamette Valley theater)
  • Betty Botter bought some butter but, said she, the butter's bitter.
    If I put it in my batter, it will make my batter bitter.
    But a bit of better butter will make my bitter batter better.
    So she bought some better butter, better than the bitter butter,
    put it in her bitter batter, made her bitter batter better.
    So 't was better Betty Botter bought some better butter.
  • Ed Nott was shot and Sam Shott was not. So it is better to be Shott than Nott. Some say Nott was not shot. But Shott says he shot Nott. Either the shot Shott shot at Nott was not shot, or Nott was shot. If the shot Shott shot shot Nott, Nott was shot. But if the shot Shott shot shot Shott, the shot was Shott, not Nott. However, the shot Shott shot shot not Shott - but Nott. So, Ed Nott was shot and that's hot! Is it not?
  • Esau Wood sawed wood. All the wood Esau Wood saw, Esau Wood would saw. All the wood Wood saw, Esau sought to saw. One day Esau Wood's wood-saw would saw no wood. So Esau Wood sought a new wood-saw. The new wood-saw would saw wood. Oh, the wood Esau Wood would saw. Esau sought a saw that would saw wood as no other wood-saw would saw. And Esau found a saw that would saw as no other wood-saw would saw. And Esau Wood sawed wood.
  • Theophilus Thadeus Thistledown, the succesful thistle-sifter, while sifting a sieve-full of unsifted thistles, thrust three thousand thistles through the thick of his thumb. Now, if Theophilus Thadeus Thistledown, the succesful thistle-sifter, thrust three thousand thistles through the thick of his thumb, see that thou, while sifting a sieve-full of unsifted thistles, thrust not three thousand thistles through the thick of thy thumb.
  • A tree toad loved a she-toad,
    Who lived up in a tree.
    He was a three-toed tree toad,
    But a two-toed toad was she.
    The three-toed tree toad tried to win,
    The two-toed she-toad's heart,
    For the three-toed tree toad loved the ground,
    That the two-toed tree toad trod.
    But the three-toed tree toad tried in vain.
    He couldn't please her whim.
    From her tree toad bower,
    With her two-toed power,
    The she-toad vetoed him.
  • Out in the pasture the nature watcher watches the catcher. While the catcher watches the pitcher who pitches the balls. Whether the temperature's up or whether the temperature's down, the nature watcher, the catcher and the pitcher are always around. The pitcher pitches, the catcher catches and the watcher watches. So whether the temperature's rises or whether the temperature falls the nature watcher just watches the catcher who's watching the pitcher who's watching the balls.
    (by Sharon Johnson)
  • I bought a bit of baking powder and baked a batch of biscuits. I brought a big basket of biscuits back to the bakery and baked a basket of big biscuits. Then I took the big basket of biscuits and the basket of big biscuits and mixed the big biscuits with the basket of biscuits that was next to the big basket and put a bunch of biscuits from the basket into a biscuit mixer and brought the basket of biscuits and the box of mixed biscuits and the biscuit mixer to the bakery and opened a tin of sardines.
    (said to be a diction test for would-be radio announcers: to be read clearly, without mistakes, in less than 20 seconds)
  • Give me the gift of a grip-top sock,
    A clip drape shipshape tip top sock.
    Not your spinslick slapstick slipshod stock,
    But a plastic, elastic grip-top sock.
    None of your fantastic slack swap slop
    From a slap dash flash cash haberdash shop.
    Not a knick knack knitlock knockneed knickerbocker sock
    With a mock-shot blob-mottled trick-ticker top clock.
    Not a supersheet seersucker rucksack sock,
    Not a spot-speckled frog-freckled cheap sheik's sock
    Off a hodge-podge moss-blotched scotch-botched block.
    Nothing slipshod drip drop flip flop or glip glop
    Tip me to a tip top grip top sock.
    (articulation warmup for actors)
  • To sit in solemn silence in a dull, dark dock,
    In a pestilential prison, with a life-long lock,
    Awaiting the sensation of a short, sharp shock,
    From a cheap and chippy chopper on a big black block!
    To sit in solemn silence in a dull, dark dock,
    In a pestilential prison, with a life-long lock,
    Awaiting the sensation of a short, sharp shock,
    From a cheap and chippy chopper on a big black block!
    A dull, dark dock, a life-long lock,
    A short, sharp shock, a big black block!
    To sit in solemn silence in a pestilential prison,
    And awaiting the sensation
    From a cheap and chippy chopper on a big black block!
    (by W.S. Gilbert of Gilbert and Sullivan from The Mikado)
  • V: Voilà! In view, a humble vaudevillian veteran, cast vicariously as both victim and villain by the vicissitudes of Fate. This visage, no mere veneer of vanity, is a vestige of the vox populi, now vacant, vanished. However, this valorous visitation of a by-gone vexation, stands vivified and has vowed to vanquish these venal and virulent vermin van-guarding vice and vouchsafing the violently vicious and voracious violation of volition.
    [carves V into poster on wall]
    V: The only verdict is vengeance; a vendetta, held as a votive, not in vain, for the value and veracity of such shall one day vindicate the vigilant and the virtuous.
    [giggles]
    V: Verily, this vichyssoise of verbiage veers most verbose, so let me simply add that it's my very good honor to meet you and you may call me V.
    (from the screenplay of the movie "V for Vendetta", at the beginning, when V meets Evie for the first time)

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