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Initial post: 4 Aug 2014 11:48:14 BDT
Last edited by the author on 4 Aug 2014 15:47:01 BDT
jamborino says:
The reference in the 'funny TV/Movie quotes' thread to Phillip Schofield saying 'farty pood' instead 'party food' made me think about other Spoonerisms. A few more of my favourites are:

A woman saying to her friend 'I love cockporn (popcorn) at the cinema'

Family Guy - Meg Griffin saying to her dad Peter 'You're a smart fella', to which he instantly replies 'And you're a fart smeller'

Joy Borge somehow sounds more fitting than Boy George.

I once knew someone called Franny Tucker. He often got referred to as Tranny F***er by mistake. (OK, I made that one up).

The Dickens book 'A Tale of Two Cities' (I'm sure you can figure that one out for yourselves!)

And if anyone ever says you're a shining wit it might not be the compliment you think it is!

Posted on 4 Aug 2014 16:07:52 BDT
nikky g says:
So, what do you call " bunch of bankers" collectively? ............. A "wunch!"

Posted on 5 Aug 2014 00:05:42 BDT
jamborino says:
Thank you for replying nikky g.
It was looking for a while there as if this wasn't going to be much of a 'discussion' but you saved the day!

Posted on 5 Aug 2014 00:15:27 BDT
nikky g says:
Hello! This should be a good discussion subject. Although I cannot think of anything funny just now, I am sure this thread will pick up soon!
Oh, wait! There was one on the news I think, something to do with Turkish Kurds, or was it
Kurdish T..........I forget the rest! (Not really!) Goodnight

Posted on 5 Aug 2014 07:59:13 BDT
Hairy Horace says:
Don't forget Robin Hood's promiscuous cleric, Friar Tuck.

Posted on 5 Aug 2014 09:14:22 BDT
D S says:
No one would want to be a Bad Mum, would they? Or enjoy a Bright and Shiny morning?
Those are a couple of genuine ones from my mum.
It must run in the family though, since I do a few myself. Have you ever heard of the caped crusaders Ratman and Bobbin? No?
I shudder when I recall reading a story aloud to a class of nine year olds that contained reference to the County Hunt. Still gives me nightmares!!

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Aug 2014 14:34:32 BDT
Scarlet Lady says:
LOL - D S

Posted on 5 Aug 2014 15:49:15 BDT
nikky g says:
I was so desparate not to make a mistake when relating a joke to a colleague that I did indeed get "cooking fat" reversed!

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Aug 2014 20:24:49 BDT
Izzyanozzie says:
My wife said "Why don't we take the cross funnel cherry to France" ha ha

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Aug 2014 21:17:35 BDT
Graham says:
Someone once called me a shaft of wit. Was that a spoonerisms?

Posted on 5 Aug 2014 23:02:10 BDT
D S says:
I ended up calling a CSI a cream sign investigator

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Aug 2014 23:03:22 BDT
D S says:
Love the cross funnel cherry, btw!

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Aug 2014 23:04:35 BDT
Scarlet Lady says:
I applaud that

Posted on 6 Aug 2014 14:26:01 BDT
a former work colleague was always asking callers for their "coastal pode"

Posted on 6 Aug 2014 16:57:18 BDT
My wife said to me the once "has my willy shrunk to you?"

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Aug 2014 17:00:17 BDT
Scarlet Lady says:
Of course, and you replied No, but mine has!

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Aug 2014 17:04:49 BDT
ha..

Posted on 7 Aug 2014 04:49:01 BDT
Deckhanddave says:
I keep getting my wucking mords fuddled!

Posted on 7 Aug 2014 04:49:19 BDT
Deckhanddave says:
I keep getting my wucking mords fuddled!

Posted on 7 Aug 2014 11:42:56 BDT
jamborino says:
I'm sure the weatherman on TV last night said something about clattered scouds?

Posted on 7 Aug 2014 11:55:12 BDT
Last edited by the author on 16 Aug 2014 13:30:48 BDT
nikky g says:
Bradly Walsh asked a contestant on The Chase the country from which the word 'kochiniwa' came. I know he meant "konichiwa!" (Sorry if I got the spelling wrong.) That was so funny, I had to re-wind to check I had heard correctly.

Posted on 7 Aug 2014 12:43:42 BDT
I took a friend to a Russian restaurant in Glasgow called Cossachok. She phoned her daughter to tell her how much she enjoyed Chose a c#k.

Posted on 7 Aug 2014 12:45:05 BDT
I took a friend to a Russian restaurant in Glasgow called Cossachok. She phoned her daughter to tell her how much she enjoyed Chose a c#k.

Posted on 7 Aug 2014 12:50:49 BDT
J. M. Tracy says:
I remember a few years ago on R5 Live Nicky Campbell introduced somebody from the North Kent Hunt........

Posted on 7 Aug 2014 14:02:11 BDT
Last edited by the author on 7 Aug 2014 14:03:30 BDT
nikky g says:
I used to have a typing job working for a fella called Tucknott. Untortunately, my tinger slipped? He was not amused.
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