Lisp

A lisp is a type of speech impediment in which the speaker has trouble pronouncing the S sound. Say “Lisp” out loud. Does it sound like you said “Lithp”? If yes, then I’m sorry to inform you that you have a lisp. It’s all right, lots of people have lisps. Just not successful ones. That’s not really true, I’m just an asshole. My buddy used to have a lisp when he was a kid. He had to go a speech therapist and say tongue twisters like “the snake is in the grass” for hours on end. He still has nightmares about it, but he eventually got rid of his lisp. I never would have known that he used to have a speech impediment if he didn’t tell me about it. He probably wishes he didn’t say anything to me, because I make fun of him for it all the time. See, I told you I was an aththhole.

Critically Rated at 9/17

Written, Rated, and Reviewed by Brendan H. Young

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