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Plucking Bird
Completely worth the few minutes to watch. Quite funny and one of my favorites. I can't imagine attempting this kind of tongue twister, especially in public.



Rather reminds me of this:

A wife loses the keys to her house and goes to the frozen food factory where her husband works to ask him for his. The porter at the gate asks her which part of the factory her husband works in. Unfortunately she doesn’t know and the porter, trying to be helpful asks her:

“Is he a pea podder?”

“No” she replies.

“Is he a bean shredder?” continues the porter.

“No” once again

“Is he a potato peeler?”

Frustratingly the same answer comes back. The porter continues, going through all the different departments finally ending on “Is he a pheasant plucker?” and this time the answer comes back:

“No, he’s a miserable old sod.”
"You can be young without money but you can't be old without money"
Maggie the Cat from "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof." by Tennessee Williams

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