some spoonerisms

July 31, 2006

Some examples of what was actually said

It’s roaring with pain but the drain will give way to rizzle, with possible shattered scowers and wustery blinds.

mean as custard

a bottle in front of me

Which of us has not felt in his heart a half-warmed fish

You have hissed all my mystery lectures, and were caught fighting a liar in the quad. Having tasted two worms, you will leave by the next town drain

This is the British Broadcorping Castration

this vast display of cattle ships and bruisers

I don’t like to eat parrots and keys

I woke up in the morning with a hump on the bed

Mrs T was bitten on the funnel by a finger web spider

In a stage play there was an off stage bang. A character ran in and shouted “I heard a shostle pit… a postal shit… a shistol pot?”

“And we’ve just heard from a lady who would like to meet Nicholas Parsons. Also a letter from a parson who’d like to meet knickerless ladies.” (Round the Horne)

Go in with buns glazing!

This could be my ducky lay

We searched every crook and nanny

a well-boiled icicle

now some examples of what was meant to be said

He fills her soul with hope

she’s a Dental Receptionist

We’ll have the flags hung out

After several hours of talks the weary bankers returned

keep up-front costs to the minimum

My son just accused my wife of sucking the fun out of his life

What is the difference between a rooster and a lawyer? one clucks defiance

I’m just going to take a shower

see lots more spoonerisms here

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