Salvador Dali Teaches You How To Speak

From ECHO Magazine, 1960, this issue that included a new way to speak, courtesy of artist Salvador Dali:

“A hilarious discussion between Salvador Dali and Edward Mulhare (who was touring at the time replacing Rex Harrisson as Henry Higgins in the play My Fair Lady) where Dali suggests a new way of intuitively articulating familiar words to make them more interesting. It’s a nice way of making everyday words sound a bit like Kurt Schwitters Ursonate. Mr. Dali urges that after this initial exposure to dalinguistics echo listeners will, with words of their own choosing, employ his methods to strengthen their communicating power. Try it out on your friends today…”