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Meet the world's fastest talking woman

Posted on Wednesday, 9 July, 2014 | Comment icon 30 comments

Fran speaks so fast that it's hard to keep up. Image Credit: YouTube / LPE360
Guinness World Record holder Fran Capo is able to recite up to 11 words every second.
The fast-talking mother of one identifies herself as a comedian, an adventurer, an author and a motivational speaker whose impressively speedy vocals have seen her in high demand in venues across the United States and beyond.

Having broken the Guinness World Record for fastest talking female, Capo is able to belt out words so quickly that most people are unable to even understand what she is saying.

Her latest official record saw her say 603.32 words within the space of 54.2 seconds and she can recite the 'Three Little Pigs' story within 15 seconds.

She attributes her remarkable ability to the fact that the part of her brain responsible for speech works a little differently to that of most people, allowing her to perceive whole sentences as single blocks that can be recited all at once.

Source: Metro | Comments (30)

Tags: Fast, Talking, Fran Capo

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #21 Posted by Astra00 on 10 July, 2014, 6:14
What an overbearing person.....I need an aspirin
Comment icon #22 Posted by Aardvark-DK on 10 July, 2014, 9:25
Sound like my X....
Comment icon #23 Posted by Realm on 10 July, 2014, 12:39
Glad she ain't my wife.
Comment icon #24 Posted by Metal Head on 10 July, 2014, 20:14
The hell, she is just spewing gibberish she is not even enunciating any words she says the first couple words then gibberish then the last couple words. What a phony.
Comment icon #25 Posted by IBelieveWhatIWant on 10 July, 2014, 23:08
Because you can't understand it, that makes her a fake? Just like saying because you don't understand the words in rap that they aren't really speaking words.
Comment icon #26 Posted by Ryu on 11 July, 2014, 11:20
I agree with metalhead on this. You cannot possibly rattle off all those words and pronounce them clearly to boot. Something will invariably be sacrificed in order to meet this "record". As far as rap goes, the same thing applies, most of these people are garbling their words so badly that they may as well be going "Buh-blah, blah, buh-buh blah" rhythmically and people will think its "great". Even most people, young and old, can't seem to talk clearly anymore. They either mumble or garble their words; often doing both. I just fail to see the "talent&... [More]
Comment icon #27 Posted by IBelieveWhatIWant on 11 July, 2014, 20:35
You fail to see the talent because you can't understand it? I believe ignorance is the word I am looking for here. Take Eminem's Rap God for example. There is a verse that Eminem does in which he raps 101 words in 16 seconds. When I first heard it (I have been a fan of rap and hiphop since I was 12 I am now 21) I could barely understand half of it, now I have no issue rapping with it because I understood what was being said via lyrics. If there were subtitles put a long with this and you learnt it(not saying anyone would want to), I would bet everything I own you would understand it p... [More]
Comment icon #28 Posted by Bildr on 13 July, 2014, 2:01
As long as someone didn't slow down the video and show proof that she truly all said what she said she did in this short time... I claim this as false.
Comment icon #29 Posted by nohands on 14 July, 2014, 16:39
Comment icon #30 Posted by Silent Trinity on 15 July, 2014, 5:05
This woman is a walking example of why the National Rifle Association is a good thing .... annoying doesn't even cover it ......

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