I Have a Huge Tongue

No really, I do. See:

I assure you, that’s not photoshopped. So far, this massive muscle hasn’t proved terribly useful, other than it’s wide enough that it gets chomped between my jaws more than I’d like. If it were long instead of wide, it might be more useful, like for licking my eyeballs or something. As it is, I have amazing ice cream cone consumption abilities, and not much else.

So what’s weird about you?

9 thoughts on “I Have a Huge Tongue”

  1. You and my friend Andy and your tongues.

    Except that Andy has their weird gene where not only can he roll his tongue, he can actually bend it so it’s a w.

    (I am not going to make ANY comments about the usefulness of these skills. Nope! Keeping quiet!)

  2. I have double jointed elbows so I can prop my hands on a table and swing my elbows. I’d say it’s a good party trick but mostly it just creeps people out.

  3. Thank you for sharing Shawn. Much appreciated. 😉

    I have double jointed elbows and knees, they flex a good 3-5 degrees backward. This led to my college knee injury and round of knee surgeries – loose joints isn’t necessarily a good thing.

    Hopefully there are no tongue surgeries in your future.

  4. Hmmm. I can tie cherry stems in multiple knots with my tongue, and also unwrap Starburst with said tongue. Both are incredibly useful skills, particularly if you’re trying to turn someone on from across the room. Blowpops are also quite useful for this, but I won’t go into detail because Shawn seems rather innocent and I don’t want to be accused of corrupting a minor.

  5. My weirdnesses have nothing to do with me physically, but with things I do/have done. I’m unsure if that’s a good thing, or a bad thing, but they is what they is.

  6. I feel so..”normal” now…..shheesh!
    I cannot “knot OR undo” anything with my tongue…no double joints anywhere……nothing exciting.

  7. My tongue is long, I can stick it in a nostril, if I want to do such a thing.

    I can wiggle my ears, move my scalp, and flex my pecs ala Hans and Franz.


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