The above video of a person pronouncing the largest known polypeptide in the human body (known as "titin" in its short form) is argued to be the longest word in the English language. And if you have 3.5 hours to spare to listen to it all, you can prove that you have even less of a life than he does.
Although the person appears to be speaking Russian, there are several clear video cuts, and it is debatable whether a scientific term (which must have been intended as joke, right, right?) qualifies as a "real" word, this is an
Since no one will actually watch the whole video (although short remixes seem inevitable), I have gathered some of the best comments from YouTube.
Hmmm, at what point does one's attention to a sad pathetic video become even sadder and more pathetic than the video itself? I think I should probably move on before I am the answer to my own question...
- sorry, there is a mistake at1:58:23. it should have been "glycylthreonylglycylleucyltyrosylasparagin" not "glycylthreonyldiglycylleucyltyrosylasparagin"
- 2:09:22 The plant committed suicide
- 3:33:05 - 3:33:15 Please, let me kill myself now...
- Maybe someone can put in description that only the first 2 hours are interesting... :-/
- Somewhere far away, a demon was summoned.
- epic last face, saying, what i have done with my life....
- Why the hell is Justin Timberlake doing this shit?
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