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Here's a playing card from the tongue twister game KAMBA. It's SIX SICK SHEEP
SIX SICK SHEEP from the tongue twisting party game KAMBA

A snapshot from one of our favourite KAMBA cards, we're happy to let you know that the SIX SICK SHEEP are well on their way to recovering and no longer at risk of becoming part of the Sunday roast...

S is a letter that regularly crops up in tongue twisters and as a letter it has a particular kind of twistiness that's especially fiddly and awkward. So perfect for KAMBA then!

An early card sketch of the KAMBA playing card WHICH WEIRD BEARD

Think famous beards and you'll be thinking of the likes of Drake, Prince Harry, Abraham Lincoln and ZZ Top.

But weird beards ? That's a bit tougher so we've done what we often do at KAMBA and improvised the visuals of this surprisingly tough little tongue twister.

Here's the tongue twister being tried. How fast can you do it ?

Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. Or did he? We may never know for sure, but what we suspect is that this whole tongue twister business has been one big cover up. Let's take a closer look at the facts.

On the morning of October 31st, 2022, Peter Piper was seen picking peppers in his backyard. Witnesses claim to have seen him fill a basket with the peppers and then take them inside his house. But what happened to the peppers after that is anyone's guess. Did Peter eat them? Did he pickle them? Did he sell them to the highest bidder? Did they send him so mad that he went on to invent the world's funniest tongue twister party game, KAMBA ?

What we do know is that, ever since that fateful day, Peter Piper has been awfully quiet about the whole ordeal. He hasn't been seen picking any peppers, and he definitely hasn't been eating any pickled peppers. In fact, he claims to have never even liked pickled peppers in the first place. So what gives?

Theories abound as to what really happened to those pickled peppers. Some say that Peter gave them away to charity, while others believe that he buried them in his backyard so that no one would ever find out about his dirty little secret. The truth is, we may never know for sure. But one thing is certain: this tongue twister business has deeply questionable roots.

So there you have it! The Great Pickled Pepper Caper of 2022. A mystery wrapped in a riddle and drenched in vinegar. Will we ever know the truth about what happened to those poor peppers? Probably not. Would we be better off playing KAMBA than reading this ? Almost certainly! Find out more about the brilliant KAMBA tongue twister game here.

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