A few little twisted Christmas tongue twisters…
Twisted Christmas Tongue Twisters
My 13 year old niece and I were “hanging” – no, make that “chillin'”- at the house – no, make that in uncle’s “crib” – tonight and having a lot of fun – no, make that “gettin’ down” – writing together. We used all that old-fashioned stuff called a dictionary and thesaurus.
This is our Christmas version of the old tongue twister “Wood Chuck”:
“How much stuff could a stocking stuffer stuff if a stocking stuffer could stock stuff?”
Here’s a profane version by my niece (dirty little thing):
“How much Ho could a Ho-Ho Ho if a Ho-Ho could Ho-Ho?”
“How much Santa could a Santa Clause Claw if a Santa Clause could claw Santa?”
How about “Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers” remastered:
Kris Kringle carolled with a communal Christmas chorus
Try this relentlessly updated and extended version of “Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers”:
Rudolph Reindeer writes on rich ripe righteous radishes, right?
Randy and Remi
fer real, fer sure