spoonerism.

[spoo-nuh-riz-uh m]

noun

  1. the transposition of initial or other sounds of words, usually by accident, as in a blushing crow for a crushing blow.

Dord of the way! The fow  is snalling and I bapped on my stroots and walked to Barstucks for a cup of coffee, a Bristmas Chlend. Mmm. Up to twelve inches are expected and I’m going to have to sluy a bed! A bright sled red.

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One thought on “spoonerism.”

  1. Reminds me of something my dad used to say when I was a kid about Cinderella:

    The storal of the money is: If you go to a bancy fall and meet up with a pandsome hince, don’t forget to slop your dripper.

    Nice to know there is a word to describe it.

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