There are plenty of common places people pronounce wrong, but then there are uncommon places such as Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, that nobody knows how to pronounce. No, that is not the result of me falling asleep on my keyboard, but rather, the name of an actual town in Wales. In fact, it's the longest place-name in all of Europe, weighing in at 58 characters. That's 41% of a tweet.
Virtually nobody can pronounce this town's name. Except Channel 4 News weatherman Liam Dutton. This dude just rocks the shit out of that Welsh name.
Even after rewatching the clip like the Zapruder film in JFK,
it's still well-nigh impossible to pronounce Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch. That makes Dutton's feat all that more impressive.
So, lloniannau, Liam Dutton. That's Welsh for "cheers." I have no idea how to pronounce that, either.
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Ryan Craggs is Thrillist's Senior News Editor. His ancestors were Welsh and Scottish, so that counts for something, right? Follow him @ryanrcraggs.