|No. of Players:||1+|
|Type of Game:||written or spoken|
|What you need:||pen & paper or nothing|
To intentionally create slips of the tongue.
How to play
A spoonerism is the accidental (and often humorous) swapping of the initial letters or sounds of two or more words in a sentence. These slips of the tongue are usually the result of an unconscious process, as when someone says "shake a tower" when he actually means to say "take a shower." But players can amuse themselves and others by intentionally creating spoonerisms. Or an outright game can be devised. For instance, one player gives a clue that contains one-half of a spoonerism and the other players have to guess the other half. The first to do so gets to create the next spoonerized phrase for the players.
|Question:||What would be an insult to someone eating jelly beans?|
|Answer:||Hi, belly jeans!|
|Question:||What do animals with no tails have?|
|Question:||What does my eyeball tell you?|
|Question:||What did the cashier say to the mad bunny?|
|Answer:||You have bad money.|
I wave the sails so I can save the whales.
A butterfly will flutter by.
I tease my ears so I can ease my tears.
That's a pack of lies, there is no lack of pies.