Fastest Time To Recite Alphabet With Fist In Mouth

United States

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Travis AFB, California, United States / September 9, 2011

Jordan Brown recited the alphabet with his fist in his mouth in 2.29 seconds.

Stride’s setting 100 records in 100 days. At the end of 100 days, we’ll verify if you are the standing Record Holder. If you are, you’ll get $500 for each record you managed to hold with your guile, talent, and sheer will.

General caution and common sense required. We show the Stride Team at work, but recommend that these challenges be done at home.

- must fit first two knuckles of all fingers and first knuckle of thumb in mouth
- must recite English alphabet from "A" to "Z"
- must observe RecordSetter fast speech criteria
- must provide video evidence


Tags: fastestmouthspeechStridealphabetfistspeaking

  • United States Benjamin Gross

    ok thanks ill re do it.

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Benjamin We were unable to clearly hear each letter of the alphabet clearly enunciated in your attempt.

  • United States Benjamin Gross

    what was wrong with my attempt?

  • United States Alyjha Williams

    yeah but thats wikipedia lol jk

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    The dialogue about whether copying technique should be accepted is ridiculous. No one "owns" technique. For good reference on an individual whose form revolutionized his sport, see:

  • United States Emily Patricia

    People copy techniques in all sorts of things... sports, singing, teaching... that 's the way things work. We learn from each other. Nothing unfair about that.

  • United States Alyjha Williams

    very ture we all do the same records and because were doing them who ever is the first to do them should keep it and nobody else can do the record because they did it first and to do it again would be stealing

  • United States Christophe Flodstrom

    But, Jordan... you stole the technique. And that's technically like stealing in real life. That's the way the world works. You can't do that. You should be denied on principle here. Clearly it's against the rules to do something as quick as someone else using their same method.

  • United States Vernon Frenzel

    Lmao. xD The and was great. And I disagree with the idea thing, cause if my unique strat was starting with the purple crayon or using my order of words for rhyming stride fastest, and no one should be able to use it, that would be silly.

  • United States Good Bye

    It would have meant that only you could have an unfair advantage.

  • United States J C

    yea its kuz ur knuckles. nd dude y did u bite my idear.......its all good though.....they should make a rule that if a person up[loads an attempt of something and its truely unique......other ppl shudnt b able to do it

  • United States Good Bye

    Did it again. Faster time too. Recordsetter should make this the record for most denied attempts :(.

  • United States J C

    i dont see how this was denied but either way im glad. it might b kuz ur second knuckle on allmost all ur fingers wasnt in ur mouth.......

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Daniel - I think his fist follows criteria, which insists on first two knuckles of all fingers and first knuckle of thumb being fit in.

  • The Internet Daniel Sidelsky

    His fist isn't in mouth, it's more like the tips of his fingers...

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Jordan (and others): we've been accepting attempts in which we clearly hear every letter pronounced. It's not easy defining a fine line, but our team has been listening extremely closely to each attempt, usually multiple times. We think Cody's current record follows the criteria and is clearly audible throughout.

  • United States Good Bye

    I give up. The judges are too strict on this one.

  • United States Christophe Flodstrom

    You know what they say about guys who have large hands? It's hard to say the alphabet with your hand in your mouth...

  • United States Good Bye

    Not fair :( some of us have large hands.

  • United States Rob Birdsong

    Christoph your attempt was denied because not every letter was clear, articulate, and audible.

  • The Internet Rob Birdsong

    Trevor the audio on this clip is not sufficient enough to recognize your attempt. Be sure to make sure you are announcing the alphabet loudly and in a quiet room.

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