The longest word in English pronounced

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Dmitry Golubovskiy, CEO of Esquire Russia, spends three-and-a-half hours reading the Chemical name of "Titin," a 189,819-letter word which, according to Wikipedia, is the longest word in the English language (apparently not the chemical word for tobacco mosaic virus, as we previously stated).

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3 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

Can we hear that in English now?

ElvisShotJFK said...

Personally, I don't think stuff like this counts as an actual word - it's a chemical formula. Aside from that, I suppose someone taking the time to say it all out kind of like the people who recite pi out to hundreds or thousands of decimal places; impressive in a way, but pointless.

Anonymous said...

He didn't do it all in one go either the lazy git. There is a cut in the video at 2:09:20 (the plants are suddenly dead and the clock has moved)

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