476 responses

  1. Maddie
    August 5, 2012

    Wow… That’s all I have to say, Wow.

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    • Max
      March 18, 2013

      that’s not nearly as long.

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      • Jane
        July 21, 2015

        aha? Then tell me what is really long word? As a know this is the longest English word in the world till now.

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      • ProPork3455
        May 15, 2016

        u have the same name as me m8

        m8

        m8

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      • zdsfasd
        December 7, 2020

        afhsadjfakwjhebEFWHKBAHWKBFEUKJABKDFBEAHFBIAFKSJFEZ blech

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      • 09sharkboy
        October 4, 2021

        My personal word for minecraft:

        Jashloqurairarysealemononeyoiseyterreaforramoletamo.

        *joke*

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    • lol
      November 8, 2013

      Marilyn Manson *w*

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    • Nguyên
      November 10, 2015

      shock

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  2. Ahmed
    August 5, 2012

    Wow ! How did you/ they managed to write it !! :D

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    • sheap
      March 15, 2013

      its called copy and paste

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      • Ariel
        April 2, 2013

        Maybe, but someone still had to type it up.

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      • Chinese
        July 19, 2014

        this is too crazy,fuck!

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      • JCCK
        April 25, 2016

        You can you up,cannot don’t BB! SB

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      • blaine vincent
        March 3, 2021

        stop saying bad words it’s to valiant oof to you – 4239428 points

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      • mszegedy
        March 25, 2015

        You can just generate it from the sequence of the protein using a simple computer program

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      • Vodka Brakinski
        May 2, 2015

        Vodka bless me!I thought Russian is diffcult enough,but……it seems like just write this word is mush more diffcult than Russian!Now Russian is very simple for me!

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      • Shean
        August 28, 2015

        or they just told theik kids to play for 3 days straight with the keyboard , and then they ha this :D

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      • Vodka Brakinski
        May 2, 2015

        Vodka bless you……in lots of places you can’t copy this moster word.Lots of softs can’t do this.-L-

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      • Luna
        October 26, 2020

        bruh sombody still had to type it smart one

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  3. Samrat Raj
    August 6, 2012

    No, it’s not.. ’cause i’m Damn sure there r so many mistakes in it.. :P

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    • Josh
      October 23, 2012

      [I am very unimpressed with your negativity]

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      • Jillian
        April 30, 2013

        [I think the internet should be more negative]

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      • Electron (negative)
        May 27, 2013

        [negativity is the way of life]

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      • Cameron
        June 19, 2013

        Actually, the internet being a collection of electricity, i.e. electrons, is extremely negative. In fact, the internet is entirely negative.

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      • Positron
        July 28, 2013

        So, if we are positive people we wouldn’t be internet-addicted?

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      • jordan
        November 17, 2013

        actually opposites attract, so if we were all positive, we would be extremely addicted to the Internet. soooo, everyone addicted to the internet is positive, yay

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      • Kapo
        November 25, 2013

        I find the internet extremely addictive and floccinaucinihilipilificative as a result of such reasoning above.

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      • rickcpl
        March 7, 2014

        Aren’t we already addicted to the internet?

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      • jordan
        March 11, 2014

        Obviously, just look at the length of this reply

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      • jordan
        March 11, 2014

        lol

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      • Piotr
        September 5, 2015

        Yeah, but even much more to notepad/paint!

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  4. Kayax
    August 11, 2012

    Wow! How in the world did you manage to write all that? Thanks for doing it! You saved me A LOT of trouble.

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    • A Pile Of Shit,
      August 27, 2016

      Copy and paste

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      • luna
        October 26, 2020

        somebody had to type it in the first place though

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  5. tru
    August 16, 2012

    who the fuck remembers this

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    • dande_lionne
      November 22, 2012

      The DNA does

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      • Antonio
        May 9, 2013

        lol good one dande

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      • Lolface
        May 14, 2013

        LOLOLOLOL penis

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      • jordan
        March 11, 2014

        In your mouth

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      • Karkat
        May 1, 2014

        UP YOUR ASS.

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      • Sandy_Beaches
        May 7, 2014

        IN YOUR MOTHER!!!!!!!1!!!1!1!!1!!!!!1!!1

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      • ElSamuel
        November 21, 2020

        xd

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      • AY YO I AM A KID SO SHUT THE HECK UP
        April 29, 2021

        AY YO I AM A KID SO SHUT THE HECK UP

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      • eden
        April 26, 2021

        as a lesbian i disagree

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      • ProPork3455
        May 15, 2016

        lelz

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      • icyhot
        November 24, 2021

        balls

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  6. Eric
    August 18, 2012

    Chinese 看不懂
    English I don’s know.

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    • 123
      November 18, 2012

      傻逼 是 i dont know 不是s

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    • hzc
      November 20, 2012

      丢人啊,这英文

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    • 孙老四
      November 20, 2012

      囧翻~

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      • Lenny
        November 20, 2012

        你们也太严肃点了吧,明显Eric是在调侃。

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      • maroon5
        December 2, 2012

        speak english o.o

        shuo yin wen o.o

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      • sarah
        December 2, 2012

        Btw, I can see that you’ve posted to yourself under five different names, so I have deleted all of them and I hope you will keep you schizophrenic conversations to yourself in the future.

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      • Electron (negative)
        May 27, 2013

        your*

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      • walnets
        April 26, 2015

        I`m very sorry about that,as an Chinese…

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      • Vodka Brakinski
        May 2, 2015

        Same to me,an an Chinese……By the way,你在哪个省?

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      • Will
        July 17, 2015

        So, what’s the mean of ‘btw’. I am a Chinese national, too.

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      • ProPork3455
        May 15, 2016

        btw = by he way

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      • achunok
        July 7, 2017

        btw is 保胎丸

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      • crack00
        December 6, 2021

        this section of replies are of nonsense, from an angry chinese seeing those rude words, and feel free to remove them for they are just teens hanging out on the internet not realizing where they are. -_-

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      • Stuart
        September 25, 2015

        。。。I thingk his english is very well,me too.

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      • Stuart
        September 25, 2015

        。。。I thingk his english is not very well,me too.

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    • 火火のinori
      May 10, 2015

      楼上的要我们说英文诶
      they want us to speak English…… BUT I don’t want to do so 英语不好 请见谅啊~~~

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  7. BOjIkla
    August 23, 2012

    impressive.

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  8. sy
    August 28, 2012

    now pronounce it…. from memory

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    • C-Borg
      November 20, 2012

      Not everyone is Chuck Norris, dude.

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  9. Arda
    August 28, 2012

    Methi… What?

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  10. Ravi
    August 30, 2012

    Oh…I did send a sms yesterday which include this word…..& u won’t imagine I typed it getting up from the bed….! ….yes ..if your imaginations goes beyond the dreams….cool man…..not even post office anywhere in the world does contains so many letters…I bet..!!

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  11. leandro ceasar
    August 31, 2012

    WOw sooooooooooooo lllllllloooooooooooonnggggg!!!!!!!!

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    • mr.denali
      November 22, 2012

      That’s, what she said.

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      • pooploop
        May 21, 2013

        She would love that TIT IN her mouth.

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      • spermgeek
        September 3, 2013

        It’s still molecular in size. But it’s still a protein. I’ve read that sperms contains millions of them.

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      • pinis
        October 1, 2015

        d

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  12. leandro ceasar
    August 31, 2012

    wow

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  13. gan
    September 1, 2012

    what does this mean

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    • Chris
      September 13, 2014

      The Chinese meaning is:肌联蛋白 (Titin)

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  14. hello
    September 5, 2012

    wat the fuck

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  15. thom’z
    September 9, 2012

    wooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooWw…………
    ”AMAZING”!

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  16. 潘文俊
    September 9, 2012

    好长的单词啊!!!震惊了!!AMAZING!!

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  17. aaaa
    September 10, 2012

    why r there many chinese? but thz is amazing, actually

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    • sarah
      September 11, 2012

      Sometimes this page gets posted to message board in particular countries, and I think a Chinese one was the latest.

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      • cookies
        November 19, 2012

        you are right

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    • cookies
      November 19, 2012

      it is not amazing. the earth is a small town

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    • Crack00
      December 6, 2021

      im chinese, feeling quite ashamed by those rude ones above there. once a while some teens hang out on the internet and feeling ‘i must talk and put my thoughts here’ for our country is such a big one. however they cannot be viewed as typical chinese character. hopes for forgiveness.

      Reply

  18. qqq
    September 12, 2012

    good word for spelling bee next year

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    • Nico Filippone
      September 29, 2012

      You would be there all night, and then some.

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      • WhyIsItReal
        April 13, 2013

        It takes ~3 hours.

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      • Jillian
        April 30, 2013

        That’s not nearly long enough for me.

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      • JsilverstarT
        April 8, 2014

        Takes even longer to spell it out :D

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      • Blaze
        May 26, 2014

        Actually 3 and a half, to be precise.

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  19. dttatat
    September 12, 2012

    I’m always stuck in the supermarket behind people asking the cashier if there’s any Methionylthreonylthreonylglutaminylarginyltyrosylglutamylserylleucylphenylalanylalanylglutaminylleuc … in the products.

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    • drifblim
      September 26, 2012

      ha!

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      • LGG
        April 9, 2014

        呵呵!
        hehe
        我也想买
        I want to buy it too.

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    • Ava
      March 8, 2021

      lol! Same here!

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  20. Wai Man Zang
    September 15, 2012

    shin te ta

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  21. Mogz
    September 17, 2012

    How bored WERE you?

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    • Ilinia
      December 8, 2012

      i was just drunk and curious and also studiying chemistry so that is the clue to know me .)

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  22. Phoenix
    September 18, 2012

    It’s the entire amino acid sequence of the protein.

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  23. carlos
    September 29, 2012

    a.k.a titin

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  24. Zsod
    October 2, 2012

    How many pens run out while you write somewhere this word?

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    • Xomyth
      August 12, 2013

      just 1
      but it doesnt work on ink

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  25. Richard
    October 3, 2012

    We had to give my English teacher a spelling test once. One person came up wtih floccinsucinihilipilication which she didn’t get right. I wish I could have asked her this one but I would have had to have started it two day earlier.

    I could have just brought in this word on 80 typed sheets of A4 paper and said she may as well give me the sweet right away. I would have disappointed my friend who thoguth he had the longest word.

    Is there anywhere you can get a sound file of it being said.

    BTW: My computer spell checker recognises floccinsucinihilipilication and doesn’t produce a spelling error for the word above (although the word above it probably doesn’t recognises as being a word)!

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    • sarah
      October 4, 2012

      Hey,

      cheers for the message. I tried to make a file, but it was two hours long, so it wasn’t really practical to try to upload.

      Sarah

      Reply

  26. xXDrakomassiveXx
    October 6, 2012

    WOW thats over 189,000 letters it must of taken you about 6 hours or something i feel like printing it out on a paper and then showing my teacher

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    • Frager
      October 23, 2012

      u would need like 5000 papers….

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      • dylan
        November 25, 2012

        no u would need around 50-100 at size 10-12 depending on the font you use.

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      • Nessa
        February 5, 2014

        No you would need 28 papers at size 11 using Times New Roman and small margins.

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  27. tgw
    October 6, 2012

    That’s what she said

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  28. Adrian
    October 6, 2012

    Eeeee MACARENA !

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    • Jillian
      April 30, 2013

      BITCH PLZ

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  29. xXDrakoMassiveXx
    October 7, 2012

    sorry for spamming the web or just making a giant thing caue i wrote the whole word again and i did it 2 times

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    • Don from Wiki
      October 8, 2012

      why?

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  30. Don from Wiki
    October 8, 2012

    The spammer above did not realize that there is a cutoff on the number of letters
    that will post in comments. You can erase it now.

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    • sarah
      October 8, 2012

      Yes, as it was crashing the page I have deleted both comments.

      Reply

  31. hoolby
    October 12, 2012

    This is how I’m going to name my kid.

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    • Ericano
      January 28, 2013

      Why the heck r u gunna name ur kid THAT?! When the kid goes to school it’s gunna take 2 hours to do the roll and at MY school we only get 1 hour and a half till play time.

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      • fortniyr
        April 24, 2020

        r/woosh

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  32. Person
    October 13, 2012

    …Did you type that whole thing?

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    • Kyle
      September 21, 2021

      Copy

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  33. James
    October 14, 2012

    AYYYYY MACARENA

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    • Blaze
      May 26, 2014

      ARRRRRRGH, WOULD YOU JUST SHUT UP????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Reply

  34. Spike
    October 16, 2012

    I’m sorry. I didn’t quite get that. Could you please repeat it?

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  35. Joseph
    October 17, 2012

    Mindfucked MindFucked MindfuckeD MINDfucked. mindFUCKED MiNeFuCkEd!!!!!!!!

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  36. kat
    October 17, 2012

    wtf. why.

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  37. lonz
    October 19, 2012

    its only 191,723 letters long

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    • Rain
      November 21, 2012

      what’s mean “only”

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  38. sheenbean
    October 19, 2012

    where da fuk do u get “titan” outta dat???

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    • Tomatha
      July 22, 2013

      Probably just because it’s massive to the point of being “of titan proportions.”

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      • Shut
        December 3, 2020

        Titin

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  39. Devendra Padiyar
    October 20, 2012

    wow very interesting bt certainly no body is going to remind it… even not rajnikant…

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  40. Ellen
    October 23, 2012

    to be honest I’m quite disappointed in this. It’s really not a fair word, its just amino acids and peptides.. of course a protein complex will be made of thousands of amino acids, so what do you expect the scientific name will be?

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  41. vlad_dascalescu
    October 27, 2012

    I think even God cant remember this:))

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  42. Merper
    October 30, 2012

    Who invented this?

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    • Paul
      November 6, 2012

      Chuck Norris did.

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      • Chuck Norris
        September 3, 2013

        Chuck Norris invented everything that was invented, discovered everything that was discovered, created everything that was created, destroyed everything that was destroyed.

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      • Blaze
        May 26, 2014

        No he DIDN”T!!!!

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      • God
        January 20, 2021

        r/woosh

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      • icyhot
        November 24, 2021

        didn”t.

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  43. Ribosome
    November 2, 2012

    This must be a mistake in the middle of the sequence: …….prolylalanyltitinmethionyl….
    Titin should not be there, 5 letters less.

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    • Don from Wiki
      January 7, 2013

      The string “titin” appears numerous times as part of the radical designation, hence the default term for the protein.

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  44. Andrew
    November 4, 2012

    Chuck Norris` shorthest word!

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    • El_Ritardo
      June 7, 2013

      No it’s “a”.

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      • rosie
        June 20, 2013

        what about “I”

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      • I
        September 23, 2013

        No… you’re name is Rosie -_- …. why do you fools speak so much and not realize your so stupid

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      • Josh
        May 13, 2021

        your*

        Reply

  45. John
    November 6, 2012

    Lol , it’s like they gave every single atom in a sample it’s own name , I’m pretty sure that this page is longer then the length of a football oval

    Reply

  46. Zane
    November 6, 2012

    Hah gayyyyyyu

    Reply

  47. Paul
    November 6, 2012

    i might have trouble spelling this one…

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  48. Pedro
    November 6, 2012

    Damn… That was my email password. Now that you disclose it, I need to find a new one.

    Reply

  49. Jaryd
    November 7, 2012

    It looks like a guy got bored at work and typed random letters in until he got a 189,919 letter “word”.

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  50. Nattee
    November 9, 2012

    So, just looking at the word, i notice how repetitive it is. So…shenanigans? or whats the explanation for that?

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    • Don from Wiki
      January 7, 2013

      Going through radical sequences, there are a large but finite number of the same chemical strings. This name describes them all as you move along the molecule.

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  51. Chuck norris
    November 10, 2012

    If you want to have a signature by me, say this word.

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  52. Bri
    November 16, 2012

    You missed a few letters…awkward…

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  53. Steve Dave
    November 17, 2012

    You missed a letter.

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  54. 煎蛋观光团
    November 18, 2012

    参上

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    • 煎蛋观光2团
      May 20, 2014

      参上

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  55. 毛新宇少将
    November 18, 2012

    这是一个很长的单词,大家没必要学习。

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    • 毛泽东
      November 20, 2012

      咳咳

      Reply

  56. 猫的摇篮
    November 18, 2012

    建议申请吉尼斯世界纪录。

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  57. nico
    November 18, 2012

    Meh… just add another aminoacid to the sequence and the name will get longer. And you can continue ad infinitum.

    Seriously, noone in the scientific community ever uses IUPAC nomenclature for proteins. Any protein will have a similarly long name, which makes this so much less impressive…

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  58. 习近平
    November 18, 2012

    已阅

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    • 胡锦涛
      November 22, 2012

      我靠,国家主席还是我,对外工作还是我的事,小习你过分了哦!
      别以为来个小网站我就找不到你

      Reply

      • 江泽民
        November 27, 2012

        你这是什么意思?

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      • 毛泽东
        July 17, 2013

        上面的都注意点,不要忘了你们天天拿着我的头像,那是我在看着各位……

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      • 杨开慧
        November 6, 2013

        还记得大明湖畔的夏雨荷么

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      • 尔康
        February 10, 2014

        夏雨荷,别你为你改姓杨我就不认识你了

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      • 城管一大队
        June 17, 2014

        几位领导麻烦开门,查水表了。

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      • 再BB就挖坟
        September 5, 2016

        就知道瞎JBBB

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  59. 壹肆玖
    November 18, 2012

    看完这个,我不禁深深地感慨中文的简洁

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    • Tony
      February 8, 2013

      100%同意,这个Astonishing的单词太恐怖了

      Reply

  60. Bankeya
    November 18, 2012

    My search engine cannot translate this web page into Chinese.

    Reply

    • MrBruh6000
      January 23, 2021

      I wonder why

      Reply

      • penisman
        May 11, 2021

        Yooooo your from the future just like me

        Reply

  61. 天朝人民好多
    November 18, 2012

    都是煎蛋来的么……

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  62. Ashutosh
    November 18, 2012

    copy and paste given below and find this by pressing Ctrl+F and u will find this whole para repeated 3 time. this word is just a myth

    threonylvalylarginylphenylalanylprolylglycylaspartylvalyltyrosyllysylvalyltyrosylarginyltyrosylasparagin ylalanylvalylleucylaspartylprolylleucylisoleucylthreonylalanylleucylleucylglycylthreonylphenylalanylasp artylthreonylarginylasparaginylarginylisoleucylisoleucylglutamylvalylglutamylasparaginylglutaminylglut aminylserylprolylthreonylthreonylalanylglutamylthreonylleucylaspartylalanylthreonylarginylarginylvalyl aspartylaspartylalanylthreonylvalylalanylisoleucylarginylserylalanylasparaginylisoleucylasparaginylleu cylvalylasparaginylglutamylleucylvalylarginylglycylthreonylglycylleucyltyrosylasparaginylglutaminylasp araginylthreonylphenylalanylglutamylserylmethionylserylglycylleucylvalyltryptophylthreonylserylalanyl prolylalanyltitinmethionylglutaminylarginyltyrosylglutamylserylleucylphenylalanylalanylmethionylthreon ylthreonylglutaminylarginyltyrosylglutamylserylleucylphenylalanylalanylglutaminylleucyllysylglutamylar ginyllysylglutamylglycylalanylphenylalanylvalylprolylphenylalanylvalylthreonylleucylglycylaspartylprolyl glycylisoleucylglutamylglutaminylserylleucyllysylisoleucylaspartylthreonylleucylisoleucylglutamylalanyl glycylalanylaspartylalanylleucylglutamylleucylglycylisoleucylprolylphenylalanylserylaspartylprolylleucy lalanylaspartylglycylprolylthreonylisoleucylglutaminylasparaginylalanylthreonylleucylarginylalanylphen ylalanylalanylalanylglycylvalylthreonylprolylalanylglutaminylcysteinylphenylalanylglutamylmethionylleu cylalanylleucylisoleucylarginylglutaminyllysylhistidylprolylthreonylisoleucylprolylisoleucylglycylleucylle ucylmethionyltyrosylalanylasparaginylleucylvalylphenylalanylasparaginyllysylglycylisoleucylaspartylgl utamylphenylalanyltyrosylalanylglutaminylcysteinylglutamyllysylvalylglycylvalylaspartylserylvalylleucyl

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    • Ilinia
      December 8, 2012

      You are just a myth !

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    • JAKE
      December 14, 2012

      No, You’re wrong. Proteins are essentially strands. so I’m not surprised you found the same strand three times.. You might as well say “copy glutamin and ctrl F it! OMG ITS EVERYWHERE! FAAAKE”
      Idiot

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      • newfags
        March 12, 2013

        Since when is a protein chain a word? They all have their own separate name, what just happened was the deliverance of a chemical formula. So much hype, wtf.

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    • Robert
      January 17, 2013

      This protein was probably evolved by strand copying. YOU are a myth.

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    • Ericano
      January 29, 2013

      It’s got the word party in it

      Reply

    • Tony
      February 8, 2013

      I’m a Chinese word fever,I was afraid of this nondisunantinimpossibilitieralize(a word I spell randomly)
      But who can give me the voice of the aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaastooooooooooooooooooooniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiishing… word?
      I’m nearly catch the Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis and hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia.

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    • Corbin Blanchard
      May 12, 2013

      You’re right. In google chrome if you cycle through the three instances they appear, the screen doesn’t change a bit. At all.

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    • July 17, 2013

      你知不知道你这样做让我死了多少次机吗!?–|||
      好吧其实才一次

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  63. Jaggy
    November 19, 2012

    I’ve seen longer…
    ;)

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    • Mrdeathslayerr
      August 28, 2013

      That’s what she said.

      Reply

  64. ikestrykes
    November 19, 2012

    O

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  65. xs
    November 20, 2012

    震精!!! 墙内的人不少啊..

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    • qiucg
      November 22, 2012

      这个不需要翻墙吧!

      Reply

    • Saeba
      November 30, 2012

      优越感十足啊…..

      Reply

  66. 小赞美猴
    November 20, 2012

    煎蛋观光团前来….

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  67. cover
    November 20, 2012

    我只想这单词知道是什么意思….

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    • 流风回雪2100
      November 20, 2012

      Titin(肌联蛋白)是目前已知的最大的蛋白质,它的分子量为2700kDa(25,000多个氨基端),长度为1μm,约占肌节的一半,是高度弹性分子。根据IUPAC(国际理论和应用化学联合会)命名规则,该肌联蛋白的名字足足有189819个字母.
      天朝的汉字才是王道啊。海外蛮夷们弱爆了。。。

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      • Vodka Brakinski
        May 2, 2015

        作为中国人,我多希望你根本没看到这个网站……How much I want you never appers at here……

        Reply

  68. Kerry
    November 20, 2012

    太TM长了

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  69. Eric Yri
    November 20, 2012

    Let know the word’s Chinese pronunciation:ji lian dan bai

    That’s all ……

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    • I
      September 23, 2013

      Chinese people don’t even speak chinese any more so no one cares….

      Reply

      • bobby825
        April 14, 2014

        Hey!I’m a Chinese,but we can speak English as well as Chinese!
        :)

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      • Vodka Brakinski
        May 2, 2015

        无脑之人,余语母言从未停休……耳提面命……三令五申……汝岂敢说余等不识母语!杀无赦!
        Damn fool,I speak my mother language from my birth to my death……speak on my mouth……speak in my brain……how dare you say we don’t know Chinese anymore!Die in here!!!

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  70. Desmond
    November 20, 2012

    长姿势了!

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  71. RezonCheung
    November 20, 2012

    really her mother long!

    Reply

  72. TIAW
    November 20, 2012

    nonsense

    Reply

  73. Mike
    November 20, 2012

    Could you imagine 5th grade spelling bee challenge. Not to spell it obviously but well here’s example. Spell the word “Titin” – Student being a smart ass who knows about the word says “Could I have the full chemical name?” hahahahahaha brillant – Response: “Are you out of your f@#ing! mind” – Fired!

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  74. 一堵墙
    November 20, 2012

    你必须知道中文最复杂的字都比这个简单啊、。

    Reply

  75. Translator
    November 20, 2012

    All right. So many Chinese come here, including me…
    Actually we all feel amazing to this word, and some people above say that Chinese words (characters) are much much much much simpler than it. So, it’s great to learn Chinese, hum?

    顺便我想说上面某些人太片面了吧,拿这个最长单词跟它的中文翻译“肌联蛋白”对比然后就可以得出中文简洁的结论?别忘了“肌联蛋白”其实是titin的直接翻译好吧?!这五个字母的单词被你们无视了?另一方面,中国科学界没有一种根据蛋白质的特性来给某个特定蛋白质命名的规则,到底是谁的不足?

    P.S.用度娘查“肌联蛋白”,英文既有titin也有connectin,反正都是正常的单词,而这个超长单词只是在IUPAC命名规则下它的全名罢了。

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  76. 自由引导人民
    November 20, 2012

    打到资本主义

    Reply

  77. 共狗彈回內聯網!
    November 20, 2012

    lol
    it can break up into many small words.

    Reply

    • qiucg
      November 22, 2012

      别再这里乱骂人,注意你素质,同是华人,还要欺负自己人。

      Reply

  78. 刹那
    November 21, 2012

    長すぎる、とでも長すぎる…….もう無言だ.
    申し訳ない、英語はできない。

    Reply

    • cyd
      November 21, 2012

      コにじわ

      Reply

  79. 麻麻说名字太长躲在树后容易被敌人发现
    November 21, 2012

    很长,不过没看清,博主你再写一遍?
    Can you write it again :P

    Reply

    • 妈妈说公会名字不能太长否则躲在树后面会被部落小朋友发现然后部落小朋友是战士就会大风车是法爷就会biubiubiu是术士就招魅魔是死骑就会直接抓
      November 22, 2012

      楼上的你够了,人家个人主页你也来黑,话说我是被维基骗进来的,博主如果有兴趣告维基我可以作证
      PS:到这里不用翻墙,那些独轮运都跟我闭嘴,土共建防火墙那么多年就是你们这帮传销似的二货闹的
      啥玩意大纪元之类的就只能骗骗中二的学生,公知在国内自己把自己就搞臭了,你们这些洗脑玩意看网易
      就看不完了

      Reply

      • wrmjferd
        February 15, 2021

        with means
        Enough of you upstairs, your personal homepage is also hacked, saying that I was tricked into by Wiki, if the blogger is interested in sue Wiki, I can testify PS: You don’t have to go over the wall here, those unicycles are closed to me. Mouth, the country has built a firewall for so many years. It’s your gang of pyramid schemes. The Epoch Times can only deceive the students of the second grade. It is known that you have made yourself stinky in China. You brainwashing I can’t finish watching NetEase

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  80. Chinese boy
    November 21, 2012

    I am a Chinese ,read this word.I KNOW the Chinese is shorter than ENGLISH

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  81. Chinese boy
    November 21, 2012

    fuck what’s this,it’s too lang

    Reply

  82. German
    November 21, 2012

    I dgot a Tatoo of this on my D… Its the perfect Word for that ;)

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  83. qiucg
    November 22, 2012

    估计用中文读这个化学式,一个小时估计也不会搞定。到时候这个化学式就会是比一篇小说还长的名字了!

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  84. Mark in CA
    November 22, 2012

    There is no apostrophe in “its” in “Its full chemical name…”

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    • sarah
      November 22, 2012

      There shouldn’t be. The apostrophe in “it’s” represents an i, so you would only use it to say “It is”. So “It’s a lovely day”. “It’s chemical name” would actually mean “It is chemical name”.

      Reply

  85. Owen
    November 24, 2012

    what the fuck for it? i cannot remember it, if someone who can put it in your head, i want to say . you are idiot!

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  86. Masood
    November 24, 2012

    Hi

    Please note that there is one space between each two aminoacid residues and therefore this name is only the chimer of several smaller word

    Sincerely

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  87. alexx
    November 26, 2012

    “It’s” in that sentence will have an apostrophe due to the fact that it is describing a possesive noun. If you would like to correct me do so I may be incorrect

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    • sarah
      November 26, 2012

      You are incorrect: http://www.apostrophe.org.uk/page2.html

      However, on going an looking at the page, apparently the “its” does in fact have an i in it, which it shouldn’t. I’m going to blame the other people who have access to my dashboard and remove it. :)

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  88. Marlon Mariñas
    November 26, 2012

    just Titin for short. :) hehe

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  89. NEMO
    December 1, 2012

    so many Chinese,i am shocked

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  90. NYX
    December 4, 2012

    MARK

    We use MARK quite often on tianya.

    Can’t help it.

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  91. Chuck Norris
    December 5, 2012

    I shit this out daily

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  92. anzhelica
    December 9, 2012

    hmmm.. who found titin? and why have to lengthen its english form?

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  93. EMOBI**H
    December 11, 2012

    You added a word ^_^

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  94. Manu
    December 12, 2012

    Wow! How did you manage to write such a long word. I am going to take a print out of this and am going to challenge my teachers to pronounce it.

    Reply

  95. Sergio
    December 13, 2012

    There has to be at least 900 Y’s in there, gosh. I got dizzy scrolling through it.

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    • JAKE
      December 14, 2012

      ACTUALLY! there are about 31300 ‘y’s in this bitch!

      Reply

  96. jack
    December 14, 2012

    what the u

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  97. vOzer
    December 15, 2012

    Đậu má. Dài vl :sogood:

    Reply

  98. Philani
    December 18, 2012

    ummm bet no living person can ever pronounce let alone spell it without coping. eish thats a dictionary on its own.

    Reply

    • Ericano
      January 28, 2013

      Good one

      Reply

  99. Jaque
    December 21, 2012

    I’m Trolling the Google Translator.
    Copy and paste it in google translator and click to Listen.
    O.O
    Tomorrow she stop speaking…
    xD
    (sorry if there’s anything wrong. I don’t know how to write all in this language… I’m Brazilian, so I can’t speak English, I need more 3 years to complete my English classes) :P

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  100. D
    December 22, 2012

    It’s just a pronouncation of a protein (a chemical compound) and i dont think this is it! No offend but i found it short (in the meaning of possibilities of being the most complex compound). Because you know what? If this is the longest chemical componud than it means that there is a limit in science. Which i think it’s not. So it may be very long but not the longest. :)

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    • D
      December 22, 2012

      and by the way.. This is not a word (literaly). It is just a name (not even a noun)..

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      • Lathos
        February 12, 2013

        TECHNICALLY, it’s categorized as a ‘verbal equation’ and not recognized by most literary communities in the world… then again, TECHNICALLY, any non-base word is essentially a verbal equation of prefixes and suffixes. Antidisestablishmentarianism contains 2 prefixes and 3 suffixes, which together equate to the meaning of the word. Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcaniosis is even moreso (as is the nature of scientific terminology.)

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  101. Martin
    December 23, 2012

    Waaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    How could someone come up with this stuff ever?
    O.o

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  102. maisie
    January 4, 2013

    ok, when i was young, i thought the longest word was mississippi, i was well proud that i could spell it too; then this website came along………………..

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  103. Don from Wiki
    January 7, 2013

    Ha. What about Tchoupitoulas, Massachusetts, and even Lake Chaubunagungamaug?

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  104. Robert
    January 17, 2013

    Even though I am a biochemist, I have to agree that this is floccinaucinihilipilification.

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  105. 한쿡사람
    January 19, 2013

    뭐랰ㅋㅋ이거야말로 쌸라쌸라샬라샬라솰라솰라쏼라쏼라어쩌구저쩌구지랄지랄 거리는거넼ㅋ

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  106. applea
    January 21, 2013

    I was listening to the video and my computer went in to stand by and when I got back on it said “An error occurred please try again later” = )

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  107. lucyhuiou
    January 26, 2013

    Three hours after reading words ah!

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  108. lucyhuiou
    January 26, 2013

    多长的单词啊

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  109. Ian
    January 26, 2013

    This shall be my last word. Extend time for about 3 hours. :P

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  110. Random
    January 26, 2013

    who the damn bloody hell made a name of a bloody protein

    Reply

  111. Ericano
    January 28, 2013

    I honestly thought that pneomonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconisosis was the longest!

    Reply

    • TheSpyke___619
      June 3, 2014

      Actually it’s pnEUmonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis ;-P

      Reply

  112. Arsenio
    January 29, 2013

    This should be one of the words in a Spelling Bee.

    Reply

  113. m
    February 1, 2013

    I got this on a spelling-bee :(

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    • bill
      February 4, 2013

      but i got it write

      Reply

      • bill
        February 4, 2013

        that teacher must have hated you

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  114. ShlockMister
    February 4, 2013

    Damn that is one long ass word who the hell would love to say this to hold up time in work to you boos in a meeting lol

    Reply

  115. omgnoway
    February 5, 2013

    A video of a dude pronouncing this….. 3 and a half hours…
    http://www.geekologie.com/2012/11/worlds-longest-word-has-189819-letters-t.php

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  116. Zyx3166
    February 13, 2013

    how to translate it into chinese?

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    • stupid lan
      March 5, 2013

      肌联蛋白 傻屄的语言才弄这么长

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      • LGG
        April 9, 2014

        不要在这里用美丽的中国话说肮脏的东西
        你应该把“屄”换成“B”

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  117. Ahoking
    February 18, 2013

    I dont think the guy who invented this word can remember it……我不认为发明这个词的那家伙能记得这个词。。。。。。

    Reply

  118. feras
    February 19, 2013

    woooow! it’s like a matrix or something

    Reply

  119. Goomba
    February 20, 2013

    fakeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

    Reply

  120. tanishq
    February 27, 2013

    who dare to type all this stuff and who can pronounced it

    Reply

  121. Justin
    February 27, 2013

    It is not fake. It is absolutely 100% real.

    Reply

  122. stupid lan
    March 5, 2013

    Fkin stupidest language ever

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  123. 2nd Longest word
    March 8, 2013

    I’m just 11 but i memorized the 2nd longest word
    ” Pnuemonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis ”
    (Not copied then pasted it’s on H.F.A. S.B. Bldg. 2nd floor [I’m grade 5 :P])

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    • tim
      October 16, 2013

      wow how long did it take

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      • TheSpyke___619
        June 3, 2014

        Man I’m 12 I was 11 when I learned it, it just takes like 2 minutes seriously

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      • SomeoneYouDon’tKnow
        April 26, 2021

        That isn’t true, it takes up to Three hours and thirty-three minutes to complete saying this word, that’s in ONE BREATH, which is impossible so with breaths let’s say about four hours. You’re lying. Also, I know you’d be about 19 or 20 at this time but even you know it’s impossible to say this word in two-minutes. Retarded.

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      • TheSpyke___619
        June 3, 2014

        And it’s pnEUmonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis ;-P

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  124. Cameron
    March 16, 2013

    I dare you to say it 5 times fast…
    Or in one breath…
    Or one sitting…
    Or just once……………..

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  125. Pippa
    March 21, 2013

    get out…really? I’m not sure I could find an occasion to slip that one into the conversation….

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  126. Etdracula
    March 26, 2013

    So, I have to use 2711 SMSs to explain what is TITAN to my GF, that will cost me $58

    Reply

  127. llk
    March 31, 2013

    wow!that is so long!

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  128. john smith
    April 3, 2013

    FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK ME!!!!!!

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  129. Jess Praky
    April 3, 2013

    OK

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  130. JANE
    April 11, 2013

    Wow,it’s too long ,I’m Chinese ,and you?

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  131. Daniel
    April 12, 2013

    this is really a retarded word.
    a lot of words are repeating in this “word” as you call it !
    i don`t know ho is the “genius” ho wants to make us believe …..
    i 1 can`t believe that specimen of word !

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  132. Funk Masta Faps
    April 21, 2013

    wow, try saying the word 5 times fast =P

    Reply

  133. Haley
    April 26, 2013

    I think im going to DIE!

    Reply

  134. DayleLucy101
    May 5, 2013

    And yes, I’m do123you123like345to on Youtube. I copied and pasted all that.

    [I’m another of the weirdo brigade who keeps trying to copy and paste the full word into the comments, here it is again.]

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  135. Corbin Blanchard
    May 12, 2013

    (Highlight entire word, copy highlighted selection) There goes 3 gigabytes of my computer’s RAM.

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  136. Dmitri
    May 13, 2013

    So, actually, in case anybody’s interested, there are a couple typos in this. One recurrence of what should say “methionyl” is missing the “m”, and at the end, right before “isoleucine”, the “serx” should actually be “seryl”. Those corrections being made, the letter count is actually 189,821. The entire formula is comprised of numerous recurrences of the following twenty three parts, each comprising a (rounded) percentage of the total “word” as indicated.
    alanyl-9.67%
    arginyl-4.93%
    asparaginyl-7.06%
    aspartyl-5.12%
    cysteinyl-0.96%
    glutaminyl-9.16%
    glutamyl-4.96%
    glycyl-4.49%
    histidyl-0.85%
    isoleucyl-7.14%
    leucyl-7.42%
    lysyl-2.25%
    methionyl-1.83%
    phenylalanyl-6.95%
    prolyl-4.82%
    seryl-4.78%
    threonyl-7.54%
    tryptophyl-1.29%
    tyrosyl-3.21%
    valyl-5.09%
    acetyl-0.26%
    titin-0.21%
    isoleucine*-0.01%

    *isoleucine only occurs once, at the very end

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    • rbn
      May 19, 2013

      no , isoleucine occurs 3 times

      Reply

    • rbn
      May 19, 2013

      why does it start with methionylthreonylthreonyl?

      Reply

    • rbn
      May 19, 2013

      i thought in the middle of the word, there was nubnubnub
      nubnubnub 0.01%
      *nubnubnub only occurs once, in the middle

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    • rbn
      May 20, 2013

      i typo nubnub nub to nibnubnuh

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      • rbn
        May 20, 2013

        Let’s just round it to Methionylthreonylthreony.

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  137. fishing
    May 14, 2013

    Today, I went to the beach front with my kids. I found a sea shell and gave it to my 4
    year old daughter and said “You can hear the ocean if you put this to your ear.” She placed the
    shell to her ear and screamed. There was a hermit
    crab inside and it pinched her ear. She never wants
    to go back! LoL I know this is completely off topic but I
    had to tell someone!

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  138. kanapka
    May 16, 2013

    I survived.

    Reply

  139. Adam
    May 17, 2013

    There are a lot of a’s(~20,000) and y’s(~30,000) and l’s (~40,000)

    Reply

  140. Alex
    May 18, 2013

    I’m sorry to say that, but this is sheer nonsense. What is the point of this?

    Reply

  141. tasha
    May 19, 2013

    OMG THAT IS SOOOOOOOOOOOO……………………………. LONG

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  142. rbn
    May 20, 2013

    i typo nubnubnub to nibnubnuh

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  143. rbn
    May 20, 2013

    Let’s just round it to Methionylthreonylthreony.

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  144. rbn
    May 20, 2013

    :)

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  145. OBcaj
    May 23, 2013

    well there is an organization that names compounds called IUPAC so that pat ants can be made for chemicals. They are very very dedicated.

    Reply

  146. Lucas
    June 2, 2013

    grande bosta, só tem troxa aqui

    Reply

  147. mr li
    June 5, 2013

    very good

    Reply

  148. 广告
    June 14, 2013

    It’s too long!!!!?!!!!

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  149. noob
    June 19, 2013

    making the word will be more difficult.

    Reply

  150. PX’
    June 29, 2013

    Who said that? I sure she’s need 5 glass of water after saying that O_o

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  151. tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE
    July 13, 2013

    Perhaps other people have already pointed this out so excuse the redundancy if they have. There’re at least 2 typos in the above presentation of the full name of titin. Here’s an example: In “alanylglycylalanylaspartylalanyleucylglutamylleucylglycylisoleucylprolyl
    phenylalanylserylaspartylprolylleucylalanylaspartylglycylprolylhreonylis
    oleucylglutaminylasparaginylalanylthreonylleucylarginylalanylphenylalany
    lalanylalanylglycylalylthreonylprolylalanylglutaminylcysteinyl” you’ll note that the “t” in “threonyl” is missing. The above shd be “alanylglycylalanylaspartylalanyleucylglutamylleucylglycylisoleucylprolyl
    phenylalanylserylaspartylprolylleucylalanylaspartylglycylprolylthreonyli
    soleucylglutaminylasparaginylalanylthreonylleucylarginylalanylphenylalan
    ylalanylalanylglycylalylthreonylprolylalanylglutaminylcysteinyl”

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  152. tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE
    July 13, 2013

    There’s another place where “valyl” is missing its “v”. So it’s “glycylalylthreonyl” instead of “glycylvalylthreonyl”. Just doin’ my job, ma’am, keepin’ people on their toes. Again, maybe somebody else has already pointed this out – if so, sorry.

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  153. tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE
    July 13, 2013

    & then there’s “leucylaspartyprolylleucyl”. I suspect that shd be “”leucylaspartylprolylleucyl”. IE: “leucyl-aspartyl-prolyl-leucyl”. Does anyone wonder who proofreads shit like this? Now you know.

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  154. tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE
    July 13, 2013

    & THEN there’s “alanylethionylthreonyl” wch shd probably be “alanylmethionylthreonyl”. IE: “alanyl-methionyl-threonyl” [insert maniacal laughter here]. Tsk, tsk, 4 typos found so far! One might think that whoever originally typed this isn’t superhuman!

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  155. tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE
    July 13, 2013

    Ok, I see that Dmitri caught at least one of the typos that I pointed out & that he caught that “serx” shd be “seryl”. Congrats, Dmitri!! SO, I found 5 typos total.

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  156. tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE
    July 13, 2013

    By the by, I’ve created a pronunciation guide for this. It’s not perfect but it’s not too bad. Is there another out there already? I’m told there’s a 3 hr movie on YouTube of someone pronouncing it (I haven’t taken the time to search for that yet) but my guide is a somewhat idiosyncratic written one.

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  157. tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE
    July 13, 2013

    One last tedious comment: SO, that brings the hypothetical letter count up to: 189,824 b/c of the addition of “t”, “v”, “l”, “m” & the substitution of “yl” for “x”.

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  158. 张开甲
    July 19, 2013

    太强大了,这单词= =

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  159. mikyla
    July 30, 2013

    thanks! this will help me on my examination… haha

    -_- but do i really need to memorize this word? no.. i’ll just say that its titin.. a somewhat protein..nice :)

    Reply

  160. mikyla
    July 30, 2013

    thanks again! many trivia to right

    Reply

  161. What does’t kill you
    August 11, 2013

    Tai Ta Ma De Qiang Da Le

    Wo ZhenJing Le

    Reply

  162. Edward
    August 13, 2013

    Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck!!!!! 189819? Fucking long

    Reply

  163. 杨泽轩
    August 13, 2013

    强大! ! !啊! loooooongggggggestttttttt

    Reply

  164. cookie
    August 19, 2013
  165. Jack Forst
    August 25, 2013

    Such long word,it can make people crazy!

    Reply

  166. RED Heavy And RED Demo With RED Scout And RED Spy
    September 14, 2013

    Dabuq? SO FAKE!

    Reply

  167. Melissa
    September 17, 2013

    Brain.exe has stopped working.

    Reply

  168. 我也过来凑热闹
    September 17, 2013

    What a fuck letter!真JB long。

    Reply

  169. Rattolord
    September 21, 2013

    have u checked it for misspelling?

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    • tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE
      September 21, 2013

      I, & others, have checked it for misspelling & I found 5 errors. My updated letter count has it at 189,824 letters long. The corrected word, including a pronunciation guide, is part of my in-progress 7.5 hour long movie called “Titin (the chemistry between us – love letter to Elisa)”.

      Reply

  170. Marcus
    October 2, 2013

    If i read all this word… I gonna crazy :))))

    Reply

  171. Erik Leppen
    October 7, 2013

    Here’s the word’s letter frequency distribution:
    a: 20675x
    c: 5558x
    d: 202x
    e: 9229x
    g: 6891x
    h: 3721x
    i: 6956x
    l: 43781x
    m: 3301x
    n: 12012x
    o: 6320x
    p: 5548x
    r: 10013x
    s: 7884x
    t: 8313x
    u: 6771x
    v: 1933x
    x: 1x
    y: 30710x
    b, f, j, k, q, w, z: not occurring

    So, I think this is the best “find x” type of question ever possible :D

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    • Sarah
      October 7, 2013

      Hah, good stuff, Eric. Love your LEGO models. :)

      Reply

    • tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE
      October 7, 2013

      To Erik Leppen: Your letter count is incorrect because you failed to take into consideration the 5 typos. For example: you list one “x”. That one “x” is in “serx” which should actually be “seryl”. Therefore, there are NO “x”s.

      Reply

    • THATisAMAZING!!!
      March 17, 2015

      lol

      ctrl + f

      “find”

      is that what u did?

      Reply

  172. Landmine
    October 29, 2013

    Which smart person here found the password to all my accounts?

    Reply

    • Lame,a,s,s
      October 29, 2013

      I haz founds it out

      Reply

  173. DJM_TotalAnarchy
    November 2, 2013

    Not long enough for my standards.

    Reply

  174. 李克强
    November 6, 2013

    我的小伙伴呢?

    Reply

  175. Tomás S. Heuert
    November 9, 2013

    Nice, Imma use it as my password

    Reply

  176. deoxyribonucleic acid
    November 20, 2013

    My brother!!!

    Reply

  177. justin
    December 2, 2013

    the guy who made this was like “guys you know what would be funny….

    Reply

  178. 朝尼e族
    December 29, 2013

    我艹!!这单词也太长了吧!!

    Reply

  179. 路過的一個準備考大學的無聊台灣(Taiwan)妹紙
    January 7, 2014

    屋屋….窩窩窩………………..我~的天哪!
    我wow驚嘆一口氣的時間都無法看完這單字!!!!!
    (咳咳…讓我喘口氣…)
    我突然感覺讀字音字形不再是困難的一件事(淚流滿面)….
    倉頡大神!小的拜謝!
    先退下了!我不忍目睹這畫面!
    This is perfectly a lllllllooonngggggggg process.

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    • macjab
      March 21, 2015

      之前有看过视频,读了整整3个半小时,不知道哪个人发明了这个单词,瞬间感觉有时候还是中文起名靠谱。。
      i also saw a similar video before, there is a man really read it for almost three and a half hours.

      Reply

  180. Krzyś
    January 16, 2014

    eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Makarena :P

    Reply

  181. Sergeifyeah
    January 18, 2014

    EN: So I can also make the longest Russian name (also longest Cyrillic name).
    RU: Так что я могу также сделать самый длинный Русском название (также длинная Кириллица название)
    Метхионылтхреонылтхреонылглутаминыларгинылтыросылглутамылсерыллеуцылпхенылаланылаланылглутаминыллеуцыллысылглутамыларгиныллысылглутамылглыцылаланылпхенылаланылвалылпролылпхенылаланылвалылтхреоныллеуцылглыцыласпартылпролылглыцылисолеуцылглутамылглутаминылсерыллеуцыллысылисолеуцыласпартылтхреоныллеуцылисолеуцылглутамылаланылглыцылаланыласпартылаланыллеуцылглутамыллеуцылглыцылисолеуцылпролылпхенылаланылсерыласпартылпролыллеуцылаланыласпартылглыцылпролылтхреонылисолеуцылглутаминыласпарагинылаланылтхреоныллеуцыларгинылаланылпхенылаланылаланылаланылглыцылвалылтхреонылпролылаланылглутаминылцыстеинылпхенылаланылглутамылметхионыллеуцылаланыллеуцылисолеуцыларгинылглутаминыллысылхистидылпролылтхреонылисолеуцылпролылисолеуцылглыцыллеуцыллеуцылметхионылтыросылаланыласпарагиныллеуцылвалылпхенылаланыласпарагиныллысылглыцылисолеуцыласпартылглутамылпхенылаланылтыросылаланылглутаминылцыстеинылглутамыллысылвалылглыцылвалыласпартылсерылвалыллеуцылвалылаланыласпартылвалылпролылвалылглутаминылглутамылсерылаланылпролылпхенылаланыларгинылглутаминылаланылаланыллеуцыларгинылхистидыласпарагинылвалылаланылпролылисолеуцылпхенылаланылисолеуцылцыстеинылпролылпролыласпартылаланыласпартыласпартыласпартыллеуцыллеуцыларгинылглутаминылисолеуцылаланылсерылтыросылглыцыларгинылглыцылтыросылтхреонылтыросыллеуцыллеуцылсерыларгинылаланылглыцылвалылтхреонылглыцылаланылглутамыласпарагиныларгинылаланылаланыллеуцылпролыллеуцыласпарагинылхистидыллеуцылвалылаланыллысыллеуцыллысылглутамылтыросыласпарагинылаланылаланылпролылпролыллеуцылглутаминылглыцылпхенылаланылглыцылисолеуцылсерылаланылпролыласпартылглутаминылвалыллысылаланылаланылисолеуцыласпартылаланылглыцылаланылаланылглыцылаланылисолеуцылсерылглыцылсерылаланылисолеуцылвалыллысылисолеуцылисолеуцылглутамылглутаминылхистидыласпарагинылисолеуцылглутамылпролылглутамыллысылметхионыллеуцылаланылаланыллеуцыллысылвалылпхенылаланылвалылглутаминылпролылметхионыллысылаланылаланылтхреоныларгинылацетылсерылтыросылсерылисолеуцылтхреонылсерылпролылсерылглутаминылпхенылаланылвалылпхенылаланыллеуцылсерылсерылвалылтрыптопхылаланыласпартылпролылисолеуцылглутамыллеуцыллеуцыласпарагинылвалылцыстеинылтхреонылсерылсерыллеуцылглыцыласпарагинылглутаминылпхенылаланылглутаминылтхреонылглутаминылглутаминылаланыларгинылтхреонылтхреонылглутаминылвалылглутаминылглутаминылпхенылаланылсерылглутаминылвалылтрыптопхыллысылпролылпхенылаланылпролылглутаминылсерылтхреонылвалыларгинылпхенылаланылпролылглыцыласпартылвалылтыросыллысылвалылтыросыларгинылтыросыласпарагинылаланылвалыллеуцыласпартылпролыллеуцылисолеуцылтхреонылаланыллеуцыллеуцылглыцылтхреонылпхенылаланы……
    (Hidden per my cache/Скрытые за мой кэш)
    сыласпарагинылаланылвалыллеуцыласпартылпролыллеуцылисолеуцылтхреонылаланыллеуцыллеуцылглыцылтхреонылпхенылаланыласпартылтхреоныларгиныласпарагиныларгинылисолеуцылисолеуцылглутамылвалылглутамыласпарагинылглутаминылглутаминылсерылпролылтхреонылтхреонылаланылглутамылтхреоныллеуцыласпартылаланылтхреоныларгиныларгинылвалыласпартыласпартылаланылтхреонылвалылаланылисолеуцыларгинылсерылаланыласпарагинылисолеуцыласпарагиныллеуцылвалыласпарагинылглутамыллеуцылвалыларгинылглыцылтхреонылглыцыллеуцылтыросыласпарагинылглутаминыласпарагинылтхреонылпхенылаланылглутамылсерылметхионылсерылглыцыллеуцылвалылтрыптопхылтхреонылсерылаланылпролылаланылтитинметхионылглутаминыларгинылтыросылглутамылсерыллеуцылпхенылаланылаланылпролылпролыллеуцылглутаминылглыцылпхенылаланылглыцылисолеуцылсерылаланылпролыласпартылглутаминылвалыллысылаланылаланылисолеуцыласпартылаланылглыцылаланылаланылглыцылаланылисолеуцылсерылглыцылсерылаланылисолеуцылвалыллысылисолеуцылисолеуцылглутамылглутаминылхистидыласпарагинылисолеуцылглутамылпролылглутамыллысылметхионыллеуцылаланылаланыллеуцыллысылвалылпхенылаланылвалылглутаминылпролылметхионыллысылаланылаланылтхреоныларгинылацетылсерылтыросылсерылисолеуцылтхреонылсерылпролылсерылглутаминылпхенылаланылвалылпхенылаланыллеуцылсерылсерылвалылтрыптопхылаланыласпартылпролылисолеуцылглутамыллеуцыллеуцыласпарагинылвалылцыстеинылтхреонылсерылсерыллеуцылглыцыласпарагинылглутаминылпхенылаланылглутаминылтхреонылглутаминылглутаминылаланыларгинылтхреонылтхреонылглутаминылвалылглутаминылглутаминылпхенылаланылсерылглутаминылвалылтрыптопхыллысылпролылпхенылаланылпролылглутаминылсерылтхреонылвалыларгинылпхенылаланылпролылглыцыласпартылвалылтыросыллысылвалылтыросыларгинылтыросыласпарагинылаланылвалыллеуцыласпартылпролыллеуцылисолеуцылтхреонылаланыллеуцыллеуцылглыцылтхреонылпхенылаланыласпартылтхреоныларгиныласпарагиныларгинылисолеуцылисолеуцылглутамылвалылглутамыласпарагинылглутаминылглутаминылсерылглутамыласпарагинылглутаминылглутаминылсерылглутамыласпарагинылглутаминылглутаминылсерхисолеуцине

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    • LGG
      April 9, 2014

      孩纸你为何这么屌??
      My baby why you have a big JB?
      What’s JB meaning? Please refer to the 百度百科(baike.baidu.com).

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    • eudes
      September 3, 2015

      You’ve made… a few dozen hundred mistakes, in fact. What you did, was just to transliterate Latin letters to Cyrillic (including silent ‘h’ as ‘х’), while in Russian these molecules have their own (similar, TBH) names, each ending in ‘ил’, not ‘ыл’, and the names are separated by hyphens. So it really goes
      метионил-треонил-треонил-глутаминил-аргинил-тирозил-глутамил-серил-лейцил-фенилаланил…

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  182. monke
    January 22, 2014

    god.how long did u spend on this faaaaaaaaaaaaking word?
    妈蛋。你丫的写这玩意用了多久?

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  183. James
    January 29, 2014

    Mind = Blown

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  184. 納粹
    February 2, 2014

    這他媽的真落後,啰嗦的語言,《季姬擊雞記》(Ji Ji hit chicken note)都比這個好聽

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  185. David
    April 1, 2014

    Has anyone else notice that there are no b’s, f’s, j’s, k’s, q’s, w’s, z’s? And there is only one x, which is 11 places from the very last letter.

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  186. Kathy M.
    April 8, 2014

    Just for kicks I wondered what the longest real word in the English language was, I used to think it was Antidisestablishmentarianism but am I WRONG! If you use the option to copy it and watch as the curser goes down the page I swear it looks like a strand of DNA!!!

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  187. Teo
    April 19, 2014
  188. RunasSudo
    April 25, 2014

    How did you come up with this?

    Given that this appears to be the only definitive version of this on the Internet, and people like tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE have found errors in it, your methodology and sources would be good to know.

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  189. lena
    May 17, 2014

    unbelivable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! that is not really a word to me. i might need to check my dictinary…………………………………… never mind i don’t have one.

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  190. Shadow
    May 18, 2014

    wrong…
    not eucylleucylglycylthreonylphenylalanylaspartylthreonylarginylas paraginylarginylisoleucylisoleucylglutamylvalylglutamylasparaginy
    but
    not eucylleucylglycylvalylglutamyphenylalanylaspartylthreonylarginylas paraginylarginylisoleucylisoleucylglutamylvalylglutamylasparaginy

    you know…? :D

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  191. Luke
    June 14, 2014

    Someone definitely gave Titin this scientific name just to take the piss, didn’t they? xD

    Reply

    • LH
      June 18, 2014

      Is that a book reference? :) If so, props to you sir.

      Reply

  192. LH
    June 18, 2014

    7:05 ?

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  193. Devkaran maru
    July 4, 2014

    That is soooooooooo……. amazing

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  194. Devkaran maru
    July 4, 2014

    That is soooooooooo……. amazing word.

    Reply

  195. 莫默
    July 17, 2014

    敢问这还让我怎么学英文。。。

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  196. 苏暖凉
    August 3, 2014

    I don’t know what you say

    Reply

  197. J-姬
    August 20, 2014

    中国人真不少、、不过,我想说,这个单词是个笑话吧??

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    • CypresShady
      September 10, 2014

      应该不是

      Reply

  198. Kristian
    August 22, 2014

    Say that three times fast?? JEEZ!!

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  199. Who?
    August 25, 2014

    I NEED A T-SHIRT WITH THIS WORD ON IT. NOW.

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  200. Ws
    March 15, 2015

    Wow,that’s crazy.Who can reads?

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  201. THATisAMAZING!!!
    March 17, 2015

    I heard it takes 3 hours to read

    but who had to type the word up?

    that must have been very painful

    imagine u typing it up, then forgetting to save, and having to retype it and having your computer crash, etc…

    lol

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  202. 蒋介石
    March 23, 2015

    蒋公到此一游~

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  203. Bre
    April 13, 2015

    Wow, just wow. Who has time for that, I mean seriously? Talking about no lifers…

    Reply

  204. Adam
    May 9, 2015

    也是醉了

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  205. Lolname
    May 13, 2015

    DIDN’T READ LOL!!!

    Reply

  206. Ivan,Chinese
    May 27, 2015

    What a long word!i do not how to read it……

    Reply

  207. Leon
    June 16, 2015

    I’m crazy before i read them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  208. Leon
    June 16, 2015

    I’m CRAZY!I don’t want to read them!!!!!!!!!!

    Reply

  209. 杨明天
    July 2, 2015

    用中文讲就四个字:「肌联蛋白」

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  210. 呵呵
    July 3, 2015

    老师叫我们被这个单词。。。

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  211. July 17, 2015

    Oh my god! That’s crazy! I gave up learning English!

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  212. Derek
    July 17, 2015

    The word is too long to read.

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    • Eirc
      August 8, 2015

      Yes.I agree with you.it can spend our 3.5 hours to speak this word.It’s too long.

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      • yalayoo
        September 22, 2020

        agreed

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      • sarah
        September 22, 2020

        i agree as well its too fucking long

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  213. Stephen Thomas
    July 31, 2015

    This version has what is widely claimed to be the correct letter count (189819) but ends in “serxisoleucine” rather than the correct “serylisoleucine”. What’s up with that?

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  214. Charles
    October 1, 2015

    It’s more than torture if you have to memorise the word.

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  215. Dark
    November 10, 2015

    Wow!! I can not believe it has since long to like this! OMG!!! :) How to be able read everything ???

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  216. 周小可喜欢朱淑艳
    November 15, 2015

    这么长的单词有什么鸟用,话说为什么中国人这么多?
    呵呵呵呵O(∩_∩)O~。

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  217. the totax
    November 19, 2015

    this word gave me hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia

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  218. Mick 7474774
    January 15, 2016

    191665 is how many i counted. it’s actually more than what it’s supposed to be

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    • Stephen Thomas
      January 20, 2016

      191665 is what you get if you count all the embedded spaces and the full stop at the end as well. If you remove those, what’s left is 189819 letters.

      Still don’t know why the second-last amino acid is given as “serx”.

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  219. Stephen Thomas
    January 20, 2016

    I am now not convinced that the protein named on this page is in fact human titin.

    According to Wikipedia, human titin has eleven isoforms:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Titin#Isoforms

    Sequence data for these is available here:

    http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/Q8WZ42-1.fasta
    http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/Q8WZ42-2.fasta
    http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/Q8WZ42-3.fasta
    http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/Q8WZ42-4.fasta
    http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/Q8WZ42-5.fasta
    http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/Q8WZ42-6.fasta
    http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/Q8WZ42-7.fasta
    http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/Q8WZ42-8.fasta
    http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/Q8WZ42-9.fasta
    http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/Q8WZ42-10.fasta
    http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/Q8WZ42-11.fasta

    Based on the translation table at

    http://www.bioinformatics.org/sms/iupac.html

    here is a little sed script to turn a .fasta file into an IUPAC name:

    1d
    s/A/alanyl/g
    s/C/cysteinyl/g
    s/D/aspartyl/g
    s/E/glutamyl/g
    s/F/phenylalanyl/g
    s/G/glycyl/g
    s/H/histidyl/g
    s/I/isoleucyl/g
    s/K/lysyl/g
    s/L/leucyl/g
    s/M/methionyl/g
    s/N/asparagyl/g
    s/P/prolyl/g
    s/Q/glutaminyl/g
    s/R/arginyl/g
    s/S/seryl/g
    s/T/threonyl/g
    s/V/valyl/g
    s/W/tryptophyl/g
    s/Y/tyrosyl/g
    $s/yl$/ine/

    Running that against all of the above titin sequences yields names that begin and end with

    methionylthreonylthreonylglutaminylalanylprolylthreonylphenylalanylthreonylglutaminylprolylleucylglutaminylserylvalylvalylvalyl…
    …alanylthreonylvalylasparagylisoleucylhistidylisoleucylarginylserylisoleucine

    which disagrees with the

    methionylthreonylthreonylglutaminylarginyltyrosylglutamylserylleucylphenylalanylalanylglutaminylleucyllysylglutamylarginyllysyl…
    …glutaminylglutaminylserylglutamylasparaginylglutaminylglutaminylserxisoleucine

    listed on this page.

    Also, the names generated for each of the isoforms sequenced above have 239356, 238704, 187974, 232914, 229927, 39805, 234148, 240256, 189348, 188874 and 232772 letters respectively, none of which match the length of 189819 quoted here.

    So I’ve stopped wondering whether “serx” really does mean “seryl” – it plausibly does, since all the real human titin sequences do end with “…serylisoleucine” – and now I’m wondering instead where the data for this page originally came from. Sarah, can you clarify?

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    • Chris
      November 6, 2016

      Hi there – I’ve just been trying to find a definitive file with the correct spelling and spotted, as you did, the “serx” which one might assume to be “seryl”.

      I also spotted that somewhere within it is “ethionyl” not preceded by an “m”.

      So this would assume, as you say, that there are possibly at least two errors and yet the character-count appears to be right.

      I wonder if someone wrote it up, and then counted the letters on what was believed to be a correct version? Still seems quite bizarre.

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  220. Stephen Thomas
    January 20, 2016

    What’s kind of ironic is that if the name presented here actually *were* correct, it would be even more impressive: unless I’ve screwed something up pretty badly, the canonical isoform’s IUPAC name actually has 239356 letters.

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  221. Penny
    February 1, 2016

    Wow,

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  222. Vladimir
    February 3, 2016

    Big in Japan! Even for a chemistry student like me! Just HUGE.

    Reply

  223. Tony
    February 20, 2016

    Foreigners who pay attention to me is Chinese we read a word in Chinese with only four words you use so long word LOL so The word in Chinese is the ji lian dan bai meaning of the protein.

    Reply

  224. umar
    March 3, 2016

    oh, thanks maam, thank you for the information , please allow me to copy paste , thanks

    Reply

  225. adeel ahmed
    March 8, 2016

    how the hell named it man its so ….

    Reply

  226. Kevin Gomez
    May 10, 2016

    i never knew a word could be that long!!!!!!!!

    Reply

  227. ProPork3455
    May 15, 2016

    So many Poles saw this.
    I’m one myself, but I live in England, so…….

    Reply

  228. Metalo
    October 17, 2016

    y se abrevia watamote

    Reply

  229. sarah
    November 30, 2016

    Hi there everyone,

    this page has a lot of comments on it and so I don’t really check it, but it seems that there’s a bunch of people who seem to think I have deliberately sabotaged this word.

    Just to clarify: I created this page from a site that no longer exists, which inexplicably posted what you see above on a single line. I copied it, formatted it, and then posted it here so it was actually readable.

    If it turns out to be the case that the word contains some errors, ok then – just reply here to let me know where I can find an accurate form of Titin, and I will update this page.

    Sarah

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    • Stephen Thomas
      December 1, 2016

      Hi Sarah

      I’ve tweaked the scripts I used to generate these results and posted them and their output here.

      get-titin-iupac.sh should work as-is on any Mac or Linux box. It uses curl to collect FASTA sequences for 13 titin isoforms from uniprot.org, then generates an HTML file containing the corresponding IUPAC name for each one. The HTML is formatted with a soft hyphen after the name of each acyl group, so it should render properly regardless of browser window width.

      Here’s the generated file for the canonical sequence for human titin.

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    • Stephen Thomas
      December 2, 2016

      Sarah,

      I’ve been messing about with counting the acyl group names in both your original posting and the ones I’ve been generating, and the results are kind of interesting.

      Here are the counts for your posting (left) and human titin isoform 3 (right) which has the closest total letter count (189766) to yours (189819):

      82 acetyl
      3060 alanyl 1632
      1337 arginyl 1402
      1219 asparaginyl 896
      1215 aspartyl 1430
      202 cysteinyl 355
      1 ethionyl
      1738 glutaminyl 724
      1178 glutamyl 2323
      1419 glycyl 1734
      202 histidyl 387
      1 isoleucine 1
      1506 isoleucyl 1656
      2348 leucyl 1692
      854 lysyl 2202
      385 methionyl 334
      1100 phenylalanyl 673
      1524 prolyl 1833
      1 serx
      1814 seryl 1911
      1788 threonyl 2088
      81 titin
      245 tryptophyl 401
      870 tyrosyl 830
      1933 valyl 2422

      As you can see, even leaving aside the minor typos (“ethionine” is almost certainly a typo for “methionine”, as is “serx” for “seryl”) there are some problems here. “Acetyl” and “titin” don’t belong inside a protein sequence as far as I know, yet there are 80 occurrences of each. The counts for the acyl groups that are supposed to be there are not even close to matching up.

      A closer look at your posted name reveals that most of it is just four long sequences in a nested repeating pattern that looks like it was built by a computer rather than a ribosome. I’ve posted another shell script, build-posted-name.sh, that shows the chunks it’s made from and how they’re put together to make it.

      So I’m now completely convinced that either your original source was bogus, or something truly awful happened to it during cut/paste or editing. Which is a shame, given the number of other sites around the Web (including Wikipedia) that seem to have copied the 189,819-letters figure from this one.

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      • sarah
        December 7, 2016

        Hiya,

        alrighty, I have updated the page – that look ok now?

        Sarah

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      • Stephen Thomas
        December 8, 2016

        The name correctly matches what I generated for titin isoform 1, but it’s 241,578 letters long rather than the 189,819 given in your first paragraph.

        Also, if the point is to give the name of the largest protein discovered then I believe that would be titin isoform 12 with a molecular mass of 3,994,625 Da (compared to 3,816,030 Da for titin isoform 1), whose generated IUPAC name has 252,176 letters.

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  230. Stephen Thomas
    December 1, 2016

    Incidentally, there was an error in the FASTA-to-IUPAC editing script I posted in January: it misspelled “asparaginyl” as “asparagyl”. I believe the replacement script uploaded today is correct.

    I’ve also included a small script to count the letters in the resulting names. Here’s its output for all 13 isoforms:

    Q8WZ42-1.html: 241578
    Q8WZ42-2.html: 240926
    Q8WZ42-3.html: 189766
    Q8WZ42-4.html: 235072
    Q8WZ42-5.html: 232141
    Q8WZ42-6.html: 40119
    Q8WZ42-7.html: 236314
    Q8WZ42-8.html: 242488
    Q8WZ42-9.html: 191148
    Q8WZ42-10.html: 190676
    Q8WZ42-11.html: 234930
    Q8WZ42-12.html: 252176
    Q8WZ42-13.html: 242451

    This makes titin isoform 12, at 252176 letters, the rightful claimant to the longest-name crown.

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  231. Lorenzo
    January 23, 2017

    Actually, I have checked it on Microsoft Word, it has 243.454 letters.

    Reply

    • Stephen Thomas
      January 24, 2017

      Word counts characters, not letters. What’s probably happened is that the process you used to get the text into Word has dropped most of the soft hyphens between the acyl group names, converted those made visible at line breaks to real hyphens, then counted those along with the letters.

      Reply

  232. bob caushi
    May 5, 2017

    yeah

    Reply

  233. Easondu
    July 18, 2017

    I know it’s fake, because it make non scenes. I read the whole word and i wasted me three hours ;-;

    Reply

    • ude
      December 11, 2019

      Just for you to know it is a real word it is a chemical compound name which is a term used in science labs. It also does make sense if you analyze it by the other chemicals found within the name. An example like this would be H2O or water or “dihydrogen oxide”

      Reply

  234. can yang
    September 13, 2017

    The longest word.
    finally i had find it

    Reply

  235. T
    October 16, 2017

    This crashed my computer when i tried to copy and paste the full word.

    Reply

  236. Bryan
    November 9, 2017

    I bet no one reads it

    Reply

  237. Rocolero
    December 27, 2018

    #DatazoCP

    Reply

  238. abra
    July 30, 2019

    Demenziale ed inutile, preferisco la versione corta del nome. Quello lungo dovrebbero cancellarlo proprio dai libri perché è totalmente inutile. Le parole non dovrebbero avere M A I avere più di 10 o al massimo 20 caratteri, ma proprio nei casi di maggiore lunghezza. A prescindere dalla lingua o dalla materia.

    …. E comunque spero che non la chiedano all’interrogazione per la laurea in medicina.

    Reply

  239. the best
    December 3, 2019

    i THINK THIS IS SO LONG IT wOULD TAKE ME LITTERLY 70000000000000000000000 HOURS

    Reply

  240. William
    January 26, 2020

    CRAZY ASF

    Reply

  241. Troy
    March 4, 2020

    I think he missed one letter lol

    Reply

  242. Foxy_FNAF
    April 4, 2020

    I’m pretty sure that this word is made up… but I could be wrong.
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    Sans.

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    • asef
      September 4, 2020

      WICH DO I COPY N PASTE?????????????????????

      Reply

  243. What?
    April 18, 2020

    What? What the F&^&

    Reply

  244. Deadrange
    May 14, 2020

    Cool but if you search the longest word it gives you this:
    Pnueamonoltromicroscopicsilicovolcano (coniosis)

    Reply

  245. Octo Birb
    May 19, 2020

    I took the first and last Ietter and it said “Me”
    wow

    Reply

  246. dexflex
    June 13, 2020

    If you read this- 2020 was the worst year ever.

    Reply

    • anonymous
      October 15, 2020

      bc corona yep

      Reply

    • ian
      February 23, 2021

      im in 2021 and its just as bad

      Reply

  247. Bob Ross
    September 8, 2020

    g̸̢̻̣̖̥̅͂͠ͅi̶̛͈̘̖̊̅̏̈́̌̌̓͘m̴̺̬̖̈́͆͐̾͛̚m̸̝̪̲̯͕̱̮̠̲̹͈̘̜̬͛̈͑͜e̷̱̝͔̘̠̤͇̘̯͆̽̀̀̎̍͆ ̵͕̑̈́͂̀̋͘͠a̵͍͇̠͓͇̰͒̂̓̅ͅ ̷̱̲̱̗̿̑̋̇̿̑̅͜͝͠ͅb̵̡̡̧̨̡̡̛̹̫̙̪̪̞̙̙̔̋̈́̅̋i̷͕̖̩̲̜̼͉͈̰͐g̴̨̛̰̺̻͒̍̔̀̋̈́̈́͛̓̍̊̊̍͘g̷̞̼̲͚͇͍͋͛̀͆̆̔͐̈́̂̉͘͝e̵͕̙͓̫̝̩̾́̒̊r̴̙͕̞̩͚̈́̔̆̎̀̓̈́̏̽̃͌̉̇͠͝ ̵̰̭͙͔̋̒̏͘ẁ̴̳̲̦̠̖̜̮̜̙͔̹̱͙̜͋̽͘̚̕ͅo̸̪̹̹̰̦͉̣̠̱̯͙͑̆̋͛̏̃̈̌͘ͅȑ̶̛̜̄͂̓̀̾̾͒̈́͘͝d̴̝͂͋̀̇̅̀͝ͅ

    Reply

    • Confused Closet Demon
      October 11, 2020

      Why would you want that ;-;

      Reply

  248. nani!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    September 22, 2020

    hello

    Reply

  249. your girl
    September 23, 2020

    ahh~ Methionyl­threonyl­threonyl­glutaminyl­alanyl­prolyl­threonyl­phenylalanyl­threonyl­glutaminyl­prolyl­leucyl­glutaminyl­seryl­valyl­valyl­valyl­leucyl­glutamyl­glycyl­seryl­threonyl­alanyl­threonyl­phenylalanyl­glutamyl­alanyl­histidyl­isoleucyl­seryl­glycyl­phenylalanyl­prolyl­valyl­prolyl­glutamyl­valyl­seryl­tryptophyl­phenylalanyl­arginyl­aspartyl­glycyl­glutaminyl­valyl­isoleucyl­seryl­threonyl­seryl­threonyl­leucyl­prolyl­glycyl­valyl­glutaminyl­isoleucyl­seryl­phenylalanyl­seryl­aspartyl­glycyl­arginyl­alanyl­lysyl­leucyl­threonyl­isoleucyl­prolyl­alanyl­valyl­threonyl­lysyl­alanyl­asparaginyl­seryl­glycyl­arginyl­tyrosyl­seryl­leucyl­lysyl­alanyl­threonyl­asparaginyl­glycyl­seryl­glycyl­glutaminyl­alanyl­threonyl­seryl­threonyl­alanyl­glutamyl­leucyl­leucyl­valyl­lysyl­alanyl­glutamyl­threonyl­alanyl­prolyl­prolyl­asparaginyl­phenylalanyl­valyl­glutaminyl­arginyl­leucyl­glutaminyl­seryl­methionyl­threonyl­

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  250. anonymous
    October 15, 2020

    i searched this up on google. google didn’t respond. my computer didn’t crash. googlee said:
    413. That’s an error.

    Your client issued a request that was too large. That’s all we know.

    i raged. i broke the computer. copy and pasting and google didn’t. whoops.

    Reply

  251. anonymous
    October 30, 2020

    OKAY EVERYBODY CHILL IT’S NO THE ACTUAL THING I COPIED AND PASTED IT TO A GOOGLE DOC AND IT HAS 275,928 LETTERS SO THERE IS SOO MANY MISTAKES. Thank you for your time

    Reply

    • anonymous
      October 30, 2020

      NOT*

      Reply

  252. Joey26538
    November 20, 2020

    Imagine you were a doctor and you had to say METHIONYLTHREONYLTHREONYGLUTAMINYLARGINYL … ISOLEUCINE for THREE STINKIN’ HOURS!

    Reply

  253. Lance Davis
    November 25, 2020

    Hangman anyone?

    Reply

    • ian
      February 23, 2021

      sure m8

      Reply

  254. e
    December 7, 2020

    this has 4555555630 letters

    Reply

  255. Georg Selyshchev
    December 10, 2020

    What does it mean? That long word, I am curious

    Reply

    • Ricky
      January 22, 2021

      It is the scientific name for Titin i think

      Reply

  256. Dawn
    January 12, 2021

    ABOONDALACACA…

    Reply

  257. Shiela Grandev
    February 9, 2021

    WOW. Just WOW.

    I wonder who typed that first!

    Reply

  258. a
    February 16, 2021

    Imagine reading the 3 in a half hour word like MrBeast

    Reply

  259. a
    February 16, 2021

    Imagine reading the 3 in a half hour word like MrBeast -_-

    Reply

  260. Leonardo
    February 26, 2021

    what the fuck

    Reply

  261. EnderGirl
    March 2, 2021

    I tried to copy & paste this into google docs

    I HAVE LAGGED GOOGLE DOCS 16 TIMES?????????????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Reply

  262. EnderGirl
    March 2, 2021

    I tried to copy & paste this into google docs

    I HAVE LAGGED GOOGLE DOCS 16 TIMES!

    Reply

  263. blaine vincent
    March 3, 2021

    this is such a long word i can not believe this

    I gonna break my com right now with this word putting it in google

    Reply

  264. blaine vincent
    March 4, 2021

    uh don’t do what i did it most likely would make and error

    Reply

    • thicc boi
      March 8, 2021

      ? wat u mean?

      Reply

  265. jeff
    April 12, 2021

    I dare wiki to make a page about this

    Reply

  266. broski cake
    April 15, 2021

    Got a number one victory royale
    Yeah fortnite we bout to get down (get down)
    Ten kills on the board right now
    Just wiped out tomato town
    My friends just go down
    I’ve revived him now we’re heading south bound
    Now we’re in the pleasant park streets
    Look at the map go to the mark sheets

    Take me to your Xbox to play fortnite today
    You can take me to moist mire but not loot lake
    I would really love to, chug with you
    We can be pro fortnite gamers

    He said hey broski
    You got some heals and a shield pot
    I need healing and I am only at one HP
    Hey dude sorry, I found nothing on the safari
    I checked the upstairs of that house but not the underneath yet
    There’s a chest that’s just down there
    The storm is coming fast and you need heals to prepare
    I’ve V-Bucks that I’ll spend
    More than you can contend
    I’m a cool pro fortntie gamer
    Cool pro fortntie ga-

    Take me to your Xbox to play fortnite today
    You can take me to moist mire but not loot lake
    I really love to, chug with you
    We can be pro fortnite gamers

    La la la la la ee a
    La la la la la ee a
    La la la la la ee a
    Yeah you be my pro fortnite gamer
    Pro fortnite gamer

    Can we get a win this weekend
    Take me to loot lake
    Let’s change the game mode and we can disco dominate
    We’ll top an ATK take me to the zone
    I’m running kinda low on mats
    I need to break some stone
    Dressed in all these fancy clothes
    He’s got Renegade Raider
    And he’s probably a pro
    He just shot my back
    I turn back and I attack
    I just got a victory royale
    A victory royale

    Take me to your Xbox to play fortnite today
    You can take me to moist mire but not loot lake
    I really love to, chug with you
    We can be pro fortnite gamers

    \

    Reply

  267. yoooooooooo
    April 29, 2021

    wow its so big i cant even copy and paste it to my friend :/

    Reply

  268. looooool
    May 24, 2021

    that’s a long ass name

    Reply

  269. Orrinpants
    September 24, 2021

    I put in a pangram checker and even though it has 241578 letters it ISN’T A PANGRAM

    Reply

  270. Texico
    November 8, 2021

    oh no
    it is my password

    Reply

    • YEE
      December 22, 2021

      me: my name isn’t that hard to pronounce!

      my name:

      Reply

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