Spacky Woonerisms

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Pjotr
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Re: Spacky Woonerisms

Postby Pjotr » Mon Jan 14, 2013 9:52 pm UTC

One of my favorite Spoonerisms (by the actual Rev. Spooner, no less) is "The Lord is a shoving Leopard". The imagery just kills me. :)
Every finger is touching and searching / Until your secrets come out,
In the dance, as it endlessly circles / I linger close to your mouth.
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This sentence is as succinct as possible.

Alexius
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Re: Spacky Woonerisms

Postby Alexius » Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:34 am UTC

The best Spooner Spoonerism is of course:

"You have deliberately tasted two worms. You hissed my mystery lectures, and were seen fighting a liar in the quad. You will leave Oxford by the town drain."


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