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Spoonerism

Great Quotes >Spoonerisms. So what the heck is a spoonerism? It is the interchanging parts of two different words in a phrase. It is named after the Reverend William Archibald Spooner (1844-1930), Dean and Warden of New College, Oxford.


We're going to give credit to John Q. Public for these "spoonerisms," because it is questionable as to whether the source of all of these are from the Reverand Spooner.

What was said.....

What was meant......?
  • fighting a liar
  • you hissed my mystery lecture
  • a blushing crow
  • tons of soil
  • our queer old Dean
  • know your blows
  • go and shake a tower
  • it's roaring with pain
  • beer gut
  • flutterby
  • lighting a fire
  • you missed my history lecture
  • a crushing blow
  • sons of toil
  • our dear old Queen
  • blow your nose
  • go and take a shower
  • it's pouring with rain
  • gear butt
  • butterfly

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    Last Updated April 1, 2013

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