Weatherman Either Nailed The 58-Letter Name Of A Welsh Village Or Totally Just Made Some Sh*t Up
Doing a live TV broadcast can be extremely difficult. Like the advice from the movie Happy Gilmore, when the lights and cameras are on, you’ve got to harness the good energy and block out the bad, because you don’t want to be the one caught fucking up.
I’d say BBC weatherman Liam Dutton did a superb job at avoiding the jackass label today, because he just nailed one of the longest and most compacted names of a place that I’ve ever seen.
With an absolutely insane 58 letters, Dutton was able to pronounce the word Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch correctly. That shit is so long that you better believe I copied-pasted it, not even attempting to misspell it.
The name of a Welsh village, Dutton didn’t fuck around with owning the proper pronunciation, confidently saying it like a damn boss.
As for you or me, don’t even try saying it, because it’ll just make you appear drunk or high off of some shit that a bum sold you on the street.