After the success of the Russian hiccup rhyme, Deafinitely Girly was inundated with requests for this amazing little cure. So she dropped her personal Russian expert Tsarina a line, and she has very kindly not only provided the phonetic Russian version but also the English translation, too.
So what I would suggest is eating a piece of bread really quickly to give yourself hiccups and then giving they rhyme a go, but read it carefully as I vill write this only once:
Ikota Ikota peredi na Fedota
Se Fedota na Yakova
Se Yakova na vsyakova
And here’s what you just said:
Hiccups Hiccups move onto Fedot
From Fedot to Yakov
From Yakov onto any other
Did it work? Write to me and let me know please!
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