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all.
20/Feb/17 12:01 AM
Good morning all!
20/Feb/17 12:02 AM
Good Maen 🌞🌷reminds me of our Riverwalk covered bridge
20/Feb/17 1:02 AM
Nice to have the window open last night
20/Feb/17 1:03 AM
Good Maen, good people.
20/Feb/17 1:29 AM
I've been working on trying to develop a really good spoonerism and it's harder than I thought to come up with a reversal that results in a clever alternative. I'm usually pretty good with word humor.
20/Feb/17 2:21 AM
Oh, well. I'm going to do the puzzles and give the word part of my brain a rest.
20/Feb/17 2:23 AM
everyone!

Loved the spoonerisms! While Plum is in the development stage, try this one....

SODDEN THIEF & POSTAGE SELLER
20/Feb/17 3:12 AM
Here's one that would be appropriate for Peter, but open to anyone of course.

CHILLED BEER. &. VENTUROUS SHIP'S COMPANY🚢⚓️🍺
20/Feb/17 3:18 AM
CHILLED BEER & VENTUROUS SHIP'S COMPANY = cold brew & bold crew
20/Feb/17 3:25 AM
Hubby is out on top of our wood shed trying to trim tree branches away from the roof of the shed. I need to get out there and make sure he doesn't come tumbling down. Although, what I could do about it, I don't know. I can at least hold the ladder when he attempts to come down.....or, call 911, whatever the case may be. Let's hope it's the former.
20/Feb/17 3:33 AM
Well, I've got your answer, Kathy.
DAMP STEALER and STAMP DEALER.
20/Feb/17 4:02 AM
Happy Sunday!
20/Feb/17 4:10 AM
While you're enjoying a breath of fresh air, I'll just post my favorite spoonerism I've come up with so far ... GASH SEPERATED A FRUIT PIE
20/Feb/17 4:17 AM
everyone!!!
20/Feb/17 4:25 AM
Ack! Spoonerisms! They're as bad as trying to think up palindromes or semordnilaps!
20/Feb/17 4:34 AM
Overslept today! Surprised there are not more posts. Guess many in usa away for long weekend.
20/Feb/17 4:42 AM
Oh, shosho ... I know what a palindrome is, but I have to look up semordnilap. I didn't know there was a term for the famous 'stressed' spelled backwards is 'desserts.'
20/Feb/17 4:46 AM
Just because it is such a nice day today (and everyone is eager for me to quite the computer and go outside), I'll post a second, albeit contrary, spoonerism:

JERSEY MODELS & MISTIER WITNESSES
20/Feb/17 4:49 AM
... and I get that the term semordnilap is a semordnilap of the word palindromes. Clever mnemonic device.
20/Feb/17 4:51 AM
Oh, well ... since the west coast is waking up, let's shout out to Keith!
20/Feb/17 4:52 AM
22
20/Feb/17 4:52 AM
muff . . . murphle . . . wha?
20/Feb/17 4:59 AM
You're welcome, Plum! Here's some obnoxious ones - diaper - repaid (think what payment a baby gives for feeding him/her), diva - avid (a person most attentive for attention)!
20/Feb/17 5:07 AM
Oh! Oh! I just came up with an unusual, (and, if I do say so myself), clever clue for a spoonerism:

SEVERAL SINGERS & A CLINGER

20/Feb/17 5:09 AM
(Don't treat the clue as a 'normal' spoonerism clue.)
20/Feb/17 5:10 AM
I believe today's picture is one of Dino's.
20/Feb/17 5:14 AM
shosho - in a related way, though not a semordnilap, your examples make me think of how I used to drive through a small Michigan town at night. There were only two signs lit up. Going east the signs urged me to 'EAT BOOKS' and going west I was assured that 'BOOKS EAT.' Not much else to tickle my funny bone on a long rural journey.
20/Feb/17 5:18 AM
Morning all, showing off their beautiful colours in the sunshine.
20/Feb/17 5:49 AM
This one popped into my head on the way home from church!

A friend who tells you to shut the #$%^&* up -----
a tin reflective device
20/Feb/17 6:28 AM
Looking it over, my last one (singers/clinger) isn't a true spoonerisms after. I guess I was distracted by Shoshone and my 'little town blues.'
20/Feb/17 6:41 AM
Sorry, shosho. Autocorrect struck and I have a tiny mobile screen.
20/Feb/17 6:58 AM
Agh. I can't stand the misspellings and typos and lost words. It's not easy to type on a little screen -- and even harder to proofread before posting.
20/Feb/17 7:07 AM
But at least it's sunny and warm out here! I can't remember any previous winter that we've had weather this sunny and warm in mid-February! So if I can't see the screen for the sunshine, I'll take the glare packaged with a 60 degree peek at spring, thank you.
20/Feb/17 7:12 AM
Good Morning to all
20/Feb/17 7:38 AM
Morning all. Today's puzzle asks you to start with a single letter and make an eight letter word, and then go back to a single letter. You have to do this by adding (or subtracting) one letter at a time and making a word each time. You can rearrange the order of the letters. Clues as to what the More...
20/Feb/17 9:47 AM
Plum and Judy have me stymied at the moment, but I haven't given up yet. For others who are stuck, here is an easy one.
FORMER UNTRUTHS & FINAL TARTS
20/Feb/17 9:56 AM
IF WE KEEP SETTING AND SOLVING THESE SPOONERISMS WE MIGHT ALLOW PETER TO GET TO 66. SO HAVE A GO FOLKS!
20/Feb/17 9:58 AM
MIND YOU, IT IS GETTING TOWARDS THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE SO THAT IS ANOTHER INCENTIVE TO POST SOMETHING. HAL, SHOSHO, WHERE ARE YOU.
20/Feb/17 10:00 AM
Mind you I'll be red faced if I claim end of page one and someone beats me to it. But I'll take the risk.
20/Feb/17 10:01 AM
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