Go on and have a listen. I know you have three hours and thirty minutes to spare for this video.
If anyone had ever told you to mind your language, they’d probably proceed to smack you in the face straightaway for reciting even ten seconds of this gobbledeegook. The following is a video of a man reciting the longest word the world, in English no less (his thick Eastern European accent notwithstanding) totalling at 189,819 letters. Titin, also known as titty, I mean, connectin, is a protein in our body that maintains our muscle’s elasticity. I can only speculate that some pretentious scientist probably figured calling it in pronounceable names like ‘muscle retention protein’ or ‘MUSCLEFLEX NITRO EXTREME PROTEIN PLUS’ wouldn’t make it academically sound, and after unknown centuries spent in a Middle Earth dungeon somewhere, emerged out from self-imposed exile with three volumes worth of this stupendous word and a lifelong loss of social interactivity for the sake of coining this term that barely anyone on this universe could memorize. I would certainly like to see a Spelling Bee contest where this word is spelled for three hours and then exampled for another three hours in a bloody sentence. Also, you can actually see the potted plant next to him slowly die out and the man himself having his 5 o’clock shadow grow a bit!
If for some reason, you require the whole 65kb worth of Cthulhu summoning incantation, you can check it out here. Let’s hope no dark portals to the otherworld would open up if one ever manages to recite the entire unholy passage in one go!
On the other hand, the longest word ever recognized in the English dictionary is Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis. Go have a read over at good ol’ Wikipedia.