A place to celebrate ooner-spisms. Named after Reverend W.A. Spooner, (1844-1930) who was Dean and Warden of New College in Oxford, England. He is said to have frequently made these slerbal vips.

Sunday, May 15, 2005

Lunch orders

today I received a phone call from a Disciple crewmember -- he asked me to reserve a "sable for ticks." And I did. I wonder about the ticks when it is raining dats and cogs all day....

Saturday, May 14, 2005


One word -- Fudruckers.
A good place for blamhergers. But in our family we just call it "that place where you can get blamhergers."

Spoonerism of the day:
"Thy Lord is a shoving leopard, thy shalt not want."

Friday, May 13, 2005

Game: What did Spooner sean to may?

Dr. Spooner found himself in quite a situation when he was invited to a very formal occasion in England, at which it was necessary for people to appear in pairs. Mrs Spooner, however, felt ill and wasn't able to go. Dr Spooner found someone else to go with him. As he greeted his hostess, he said, "Oh good evening, Mrs Wellsley. I'm so pleased to be here. And you will be pleased to learn that because of my wife's illness, I have seduced a prostitute."

What did Spooner sean to may?
Please respond, class, in complete sentences.
You have as many minutes as you wish. Answer below.

Found here.

Fighting a Liar

Sir, you have tasted two whole worms; you have hissed all my mystery lectures and been caught fighting a liar in the quad; you will leave by the next town drain.