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Definition of Titter on your tongue

Titter on your tongue

  • Small raised bumps on your tongue that are said to appear when you have been lying. Also known as "lie bumps"
    Child: "I have a titter on my tongue." Parent: "Have you been lying again?"

    Last edited on Dec 18 2021. Submitted by Anonymous on Dec 18 2021.

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