Thought for the day:If confusion is the first step to knowledge, I must be a genius. --Larry Leissner
Do you like spoonerisms? I love them, hence, here's a post dedicated to the best ones that I've read.
History: Spoonerisms originate from the name of William Spooner, an Angilcan priest who had a tendency for 'tips of the slung', if you get what I mean.
Try and decipher the real sentences for these spoonerisms:
- A well boiled icicle. (A well oiled bicycle...see easy,na?)
- Fighting a liar
- I hissed my mystery lecture
-Tasted two worms
-Queer old dean
-The hags flung out
-Noble tons of the soil
And,the best one:
- Is it kisstomary to cuss the bride?
Since the next post is under preparation, let me skip the formalities and go over to the :
- I was feeling a bit depressed the other day, so I called the Help Hotline. I was put through to a 'call center' in Pakistan. I explained that I was feeling suicidal. They were very excited at this news and wanted to know if I could drive a truck or fly an airplane..
- A woman in a store asked for a baby food, which,according to ads, makes happier,more beautiful babies.
Her question: Please tell me-do I take it or does my husband?
- What is a streetwalker's slogan?
It's a business to do pleasure with you.
-A man was bragging to his friends about how his sister disguised herself as a man and was able to join the army. "But, wait a minute,"said one listener, "She'll have to dress with the boys and shower with them too. Won't she?" "Sure," replied the man. "Well, won't they find out?" The man shrugged, "Sure, but who'll tell?"
Till next time,keep smiling.