Last night (5/29), Sriram Hathwar and Ansun Sujoe became the co-champions of the 2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee, with the winning words stichomythia and feuilleton.

So, I challenged my coworkers to spell these two winning words, with predictable results, which you can see above.

In case you're curious, stichomythia is dialogue, especially of altercation or dispute, delivered by two actors in alternating lines. Feuilleton is the part of a newspaper devoted to fiction, criticism, or light literature.

See. You learn something new every day. Now, can you spell them?

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