George Watsky- S for Lisp [Poetry] Posted on May 31, 2019May 31, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Bob and Charlotte Baron Given Authors Guild Foundation AwardWriters Guild of America Strike Announcement – Nov. 2, 2007 50 thoughts on “George Watsky- S for Lisp [Poetry]” this video gives me so much confidence in the way i talk Reply Ya you have a lisp but who cares you are still the coolest and having a lisp makes you unique and special!💙💚 Reply As someone who gets mocked for their lisp, I need to show everyone who laughs at it this video! 😂 Reply Best Jewish rapper Reply I grew up with a speach issue and THANK YOU. I didnt speak much untill the 5th grade because people would make fun of me or act like they didnt understand. My r sounded like a w and i stutter at times (although not to often) Reply James Charles trying to say sister better than Watsky is simply stupid Reply Fuckmeee 💋 Reply I have a valley girl accent and I like it. Reply holy hell this is awesome Reply Watsky has a lisp? Or did he write it for those that do? I never noticed. Reply get chills every time Reply I don’t have a lisp but his lisp is beautiful and makes me literally wheeze my duuude Reply I have a small lisp but I think lisps are cool and to me make som people sound intelligent Reply hnnnng his confidence is very attractive Reply So someone said to me the other day I've got a lisp A stranger, you know, they said I've got a subtle lispAnd I should know I sound a little stupid doing spoken wordWhen all my words with "S" in them are spoken so absurd And I'm not upset, okay it just sucks To think you're speaking normally for two decadesAnd then shucks—Find out your stuff sounds like a stanza of Severus Snape's toughest parseltongue is pronounced by Daffy Duck So I will say this: My subtle lisp is not sinfulI'm not sorry Saturday, I'm not sorry Sunday;I'm spiritual and when I speakI celebrate the Sabbath seven days a week I've got special S sauce smothered on my skull walls like a tossed salad so silkscreen the Sistine ceiling on my soft pallet I sing along with super scenestersReciting Sufjan Stevens songs in skinny jeansDance salsa with soccer momsSneaking out in skimpy see-through sarongsI will answer your questions in stoutWith my sexy subtly lisping sparkling incisor small What's my surname? WatskyWhat's my size? StockyMy city? San FranciscoIt's so sweet, now slow See, I've heard some steamy stories of oral sexBut I'm not stretching to say one timeI made a lady climax by speaking an essay sectionOf a Shakespeare sonnet in her split legs' general direction I scribble all S-Essays I shred them and sprinkle the whole S-ashesMy speech doesn't give a spotted sea snail if it passesI slipped past straight Fs to straight Ss in my classesBecause my speech stay second-semester senior status Seriously so so so so soonSo sick sixth grade school kids call me sofa kingI'm on tongue steroidsSlammin' with the Sammie Sosa swingSo tight I sleep upright in a small cell in Sing SingAnd sail the seven seas on Steve Irwin's stingrayWhile your speedboat's sinking It's still too soon Anyway, screw an S.S.O.SI'm straight S.S.S for Save Someone's StandardsStudied at Emerson; the school of savage speechSup, Stanford? I spit sexier than Summer Sanders, Sarah SilvermanSusan Sarandon, Sissy Spacek, Sally Struthers, and SelenaSpooning in a 6-way same-sex all S celebrity civil union So, you can slander the gay lispAnd I will slip you a solid list of friendsOr 60% of Emerson; whoLisp or no lisp, will stomp, spit, stay pissedAnd start all over on the racists You can save the South Korean stereotypesThe Sambo shtickThe sexist shit is sickening And if you suppose your speech is normalIts 'cause your impediment is listening Speak for those of us with something specialSomething that sets us aside from my—Accent havers, my… stammerersMy southerners, my st-st-stutterersYes, I will spit it sick and stick to never skipping "S" 'Cause I was—Suckin' on a soup spoon and I suckled it to sterling silverSimple, supple, super soakerStaying watching Sister SisterScenage syllables coming esophagusMove up there this place isSufferin' succotashSecond place isolate oxygenThere's no stopping thisI start this step of speakingYou should see that I will not desistI'm sorry!'Cause see, if you don't like a subtle lispThen you can simply suck on thissssssss Reply what a cutie Reply Falling in love with Watsky one video at a time Reply Messori – Never Wanted Me Around https://youtu.be/f-gkX5CGPO0 Reply ♥️ you really helping people out there with a lisp especially me thank you so much Reply "Did you know you have a bit of a subtle lisp? I thought you should know."(This video)"Well that was a bit of an over reaction." Reply I've seen this a million times. It is still FIRE Reply Is there a census on how many S's are in this speech? Reply GET EMMMM Reply I’ve always thought Watsky’s lisp is cute? 😅 Reply YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Reply I can’t be the only person that thought his last name was pronounced ‘wots-k-eye’ ahaah Reply Damn look how young he is here. Reply Damn Reply I wish I had heard of you like 10 years ago, but I’m glad it’s better let than never. You’ve helped me so much George, hope to attend your concerts and meet you one day. Reply I never his lisp noticed till he said something…. But i like it…. If everyone sounded the same the world would be boring Reply bars Reply I used to get made fun of for my accent. Born and raised in Colorado but I sound straight from Texas. I got made fun off for saying Y'all during school. Reply The mole rat king blesses us today with the letter S Reply His subtle lisp is part of what helps define his style and why I enjoy his voice so much. Reply I love you. Fuck. Reply One of my all time favorite poems, honestly I listen to your work because memorizing and repeating it helps me work on my own small stammer. So excited for the new album xx Reply YES GORGE Reply A few days ago I talked to a friend of mine about speech impediments and he mentioned that in his opinion a lisp makes you sound stupid. At first I thought he was joking because he has a slight lisp himself. I noticed it a couple of months ago when I started studying linguistics and really paying attention to the way people talk. When I told him about his subtle lisp he was more than offended. He denied it at first then got pretty angry and told me not to mention it again. The next day I noticed he was avoiding words with s sounds in them. When I confronted him about it he told me that I had hurt his feelings and that he wishes not to talk about it. He said something along the lines of "I would rather never speak again, than to have people realise I have a lisp. There is nothing that makes a person sound dumber than a lisp." Now, he doesnt want to hear this but I just wanted to let people with a lisp know: A lisp, like any other imperfection, is super charming and really adds character. When I was younger I even tried to fake a lisp because I thought it sounded so cool. (I stopped trying because I was really bad at it and I realised it probably looked like I was trying to make fun of people with an actual lisp… ) Reply I love this so much I come back to listen occasionally and share it with anyone I can Reply I fucking love Watsky. Reply I LOVE HIM SO MUCH!!!!!I CANNOT STRESS HOW MUCH I LOVE HIM!!!!!I found Don't Be Nice by chance on YouTube and he is such a good rapper, is hilarious, and great with poetry! Reply I have a lisp and I never knew till I dated this guy, he kinda made me feel bad about it. Then,the next guy I dated showed this to me and it was amazing. Reply i know how it feels Reply You need to write a poetry book, I would immediately buy it dudde Reply can someone please please provide us with the lyrics? i'm not joking. my foreigner ass can't understand everything he says but i really wish to do! Reply A song based on "s for lisp". https://soundcloud.com/nuvit/s-for-lisp-george-watsky-nuvit-bingol-edit-v4 Reply This just have me chills. Holy cow. Reply How does someone get so much worse with time? This kid was insane. Reply I've never heard a lisp talked about positively this means so much Reply I used to be insecure everytime I spoke out loud, and even every time I typed something with S, because I hated the idea that people would read it in my voice and imagine my lisp. Thanks for this. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. 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