…not that I condone that sort of thing, but I know some enterprising college student is going to find this video, watch it with his buddies and take a shot every time I say the word “Tunisian” which may or may not be pronounced correctly. Honestly, I have a decent grasp on the English language (I used to be a radio announcer for goodness sake!) but I get hung up on some words. Tunisian is one of them. In fact I re-shot this video because I was sure I was saying it wrong, in retrospect I may have been saying it right according to some helpful youtube viewers but after reading the comments I have 5 different pronunciations of the word Tunisian and I am more confused than ever…let’s just call it the afghan stitch shall we, I am sure that name was made up because nobody was certain that they were pronouncing Tunisian correctly. I did however get the best comment ever from viewer DDspaperworks:
“I don’t care how it’s pronounced, I laughed myself into an asthma attack!! It was totally worth it (and my inhaler was close by ;).”
How’s that for a testimonial, comedy and crochet only here folks! On that note here is the video:
So, did you learn something? I hope so, this is a fun technique no matter how you say it and a great way to use up leftover yarn and make some wonderful projects like scarves for Christmas. Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!