‘Defensive’ Harry ‘overthinks every word’ in US chat – ‘unsure of where he stands in life'


“Most fascinating of all, when he attempts to say ‘Home for me now…. is the States’, it comes out as the longest sentence in history,” Inbaal claims. 

“He’s looking from side to side, he’s shrugging, he’s repeating words, he’s pausing multiple times.

“The full transcript of this single, simple sentence is: ‘D’ya know. Home… home for me now… is.. is… is.. for the time being.. it’s.. it’s in the… it’s in the States. And it really… and it feels that way as well’. 

“Hoda replies ‘Does it?’, and I think she’s right,” the expert opined. 


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