While visiting Barry, So. Wales, I found this crazy-looking post card long and skinny. On it was the longest word in the Welsh language:
Upon returning home I relocated my friend, who always went by "Ted Lewis, the Kid from South Wales." He was age 70 now and I wanted to show him multiple proofs that I had enthusiastically visited both Barry and Barry Dock, regardless he referred to the locale as "arm-pit of the world." Then I popped the post card on him. Without hesitation he smirked and rattled off the word with proper accent just as he had memorized it in childhood. I'll NEVER be able to say it!
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