A friend of mine just forwarded me a tongue twister. And I got curious about a possible relation with connected speech
The pheasant plucker’s daughter sits plucking pheasants pleasantly
Such a tongue twister is supposed to end up with a swear word if said very fast. Recently I've also come across a video explaining assimilation process in spoken english. Is there any relation between this specific tongue twister and the connected speech in general?
(The video is this)
I was wondering if saying the swear word is the effect of the fact that in "pheasant plucker's" there's some kind of assimilation (for example I guess the "t" is absorbed to a "p") etc.