Thomas' attempt unfortunately does not match the criteria – only one person can perform the slapping.
It is hard to tell whether or not this attempt can be considered legit. The 44 words I can hear are: ice, tree, nose, grass, teeth, cement, braces, window, hair, bent?, eyebrow, bells?, eyelashes, shoe, (inaudible), animal, lanyard, dog, ticket, cat, key, fish, shoes , (inaudible), socks, elephant, pants, giraffe, underwear, tiger, tree, liger, clothes, lion, fire hydrant, girl, (inaudible), boy, (inaudible), man, lunch, woman, sandwich, dinner. That leaves "shoe" twice (albeit one plural and one singular), "fire hydrant" as one word, and a bunch of inaudible words.
It's difficult to say if this utterance really qualifies as a "shh." There is a distinct whistling sound which shouldn't be possible in the voiceless postveolar fricative /ʃ/ phoneme.
I have to agree with you Peter – as early as the second bounce he only spins the paddle half-way.
Slow motion analysis shows you undersold yourself here. Impressive as always.