Friday Fun: Spoonerisms Revisited

Click here for original Spoonerism post

Alright all you readers out there – now it’s time for some fun!

A spoonerism is where the first syllables of words get mixed for a humorous result.

Example:  Tease my ears (Ease my tears)

This week’s Friday fun is another list of spoonerisms – this time you have to figure them out.

  • At the lead of spite
  • Hiss and lear
  • Go and shake a tower
  • Tease my ears
  • A lack of pies
  • It’s roaring with pain
  • Cat flap
  • Bad salad
  • Soap in your hole
  • Mean as custard
  • Plaster man
  • Pleating and humming
  • Trim your snow tail
  • Birthington’s washday
  • Trail snacks
  • Bottle in front of me
  • Sale of two titties
  • Rental Deceptionist
  • Flock of bats
  • Chewing the doors

If you get stuck send me a line!

These spoonerisms come courtesy of

About Jodi

Jodi L. Milner is a writer, mandala enthusiast, and educator. Her epic fantasy novel, Stonebearer’s Betrayal, was published in November 2018 and rereleased in Jan 2020. She has been published in several anthologies. When not writing, she can be found folding children and feeding the laundry, occasionally in that order.
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4 Responses to Friday Fun: Spoonerisms Revisited

  1. Paula says:

    Pretty sure I got them! Fun, and thanks for the laughs!

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  3. nrhatch says:

    Quite a collection.

    Enjoyed your posts this week. : )

    Hope you’re having a nice weekend.

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