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How to Pronounce 27

How to Pronounce 27

How to Pronounce 27
Duration 4 min 33 sec
Published 28th Aug '13

How to Pronounce 27, or simply 27, is the title of a video uploaded to the Pronunciation Book channel on the 28th of August, 2013, and is the 51st video in the 77 Days Video Countdown.

Video detailsEdit

27 lasts for 4 minutes and 33 seconds. For the first 4 minutes and 18 seconds, The Announcer makes the following speech (A.K.A. the 27 speech), after which there are 15 seconds of silence until the end:

"You are the maître d' at a popular western style restaurant. There are four courses on tonight's menu.
One is fresh.
One is modern.
One is subtle.
One is sweet.
There are 10 tables in the dining room and five seats at the bar.
It is 7 p.m.
The weather is warm.
Reservations have been disabled.
A line is starting to form.
An impatient customer has arrived.
A charming customer has arrived.
The charming customer is winking.
The impatient customer has become mournful.
A brooding customer has arrived.
There is a chance that the brooding customer is a chef at a rival restaurant.
A hopeful customer has arrived.
An insouciant customer has arrived.
The brooding customer has become curious.
The mournful customer has left.
The charming customers getting closer.
The hopeful customer has accepted a seat at the bar.
The curious customer has accepted a seat at table 1.
The charming customer has accepted a seat at Table 1.
The insouciant customer has accepted a seat at table 1.
The restaurant is 7 percent full.
It is 8 p.m.
The weather is warm.
A line is starting to form.
A pedantic customer has arrived.
A talkative customer has arrived.
A loud customer has arrived.
A stately customer has arrived.
An authoritative customer has arrived.
The loud customer is yelling.
The pedantic customer is looking at the talkative customer.
The authoritative customer is teasing the stately customer.
The talkative customer is reading the menu.
Table 1 is on course one.
the mood at table 1 is contemplative.
The loud customer has seated himself at table 10.
The talkative customer has accepted a seat at table 10. 
The stately customer has rejected a seat at the bar.
The authoritative customer has accepted a seat at table 10
The pedantic customer has accepted a seat at the bar.
The stately customer has rejected a seat at the bar.
The stately customer has rejected a seat at the bar.
The stately customer has become nonplussed.
The nonplussed customer has accepted a seat at table 10
The restaurant is 16 percent full.
It is 9 p.m.
The weather is mild.
The hopeful customer is eating in silence.
The pedantic customer is eating in silence.
Table 1 is on course three.
Table 10 is on course one.
The mood at table 10 is carefree.
A line is starting to form.
A mysterious customer has arrived.
The mysterious customer has seated herself at table 4.
The restaurant is 18 percent full.
The mysterious customer has ordered a cocktail.
The mood at table 4 is unknown.
The loud customers trying to enter the kitchen.
Table 1 is on course four.
The mood at table 1 is steadfast.
table 10 is on course two.
The mood at table 10 rollicking.
The nonplussed customer is discussing politics.
The talkative customers discussing the stars.
The pedantic customer has left.
The charming customer has stopped winking.
It is 10 p.m.
The weather is mild.
The customers at table 1 have left.
Table 10 is on course four.
You must close the restaurant at 10:30 p.m.
The hopeful customer has left.
The mysterious customer has ordered dessert.
The talkative customer has kissed the loud customer.
The customers at table 10 have left.
The mysterious customer has ordered an additional cocktail.
The mysterious customer will not leave.
You must close the restaurant at 10:30 p.m.
The mysterious customer will not leave.
It is 10:33 p.m.
The weather is cool.
You must close the restaurant at 10:30 p.m.
The mysterious customer is singing alone.
Something is going to happen ... in 27 days."

TriviaEdit

SpeculationEdit

  • Perhaps this western restaurant serves omelettes, as 56 suggests?
  • These lines sound a bit unnatural; it is possible that they are in code. The announcer could actually giving orders to soldiers about the enemy surrounding them (for example, table 10 is like 10 o'clock).
  • Someone on the youtube channel suggested that it sounds like a transcript of a restaurant game.
  • 34 suggests that The Announcer might have a slight OCD. Maybe describing every thing happening at the restaurant is his way of making sense in what's happening.

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