A spoonerism occurs when the first letters or syllables of two or more words get swapped.
The term spoonerism is named in honor of the Reverend William Archibald Spooner whose students used to
write down all the instances of spoonerisms that he made. This page focuses on spoonerisms made with band names.
Entries Beginning with M
Fem-Low originally M-Flo
Pertains to the singer and not the Virgin Mother.
A magazine devoted to bellies?
An airy fan mulls faith?
Sex change, again.
Dave Clark Five-striped Sparrow
As indeed tar would!
Another spoonerism previously posted as anagram
Lord of cattle?
Does that pertain to Mork From Ork?
More Metals originally Mere Mortals
Baikal is a lake in Siberia
A Migger with attitude!
The Bite Me Toss Bones originally The Mighty Bosstones
Whatever a bike mat would be
Both a spoonerism and anagram
Cape Canaveral Lavigne
Silly Moms originally Molly Sims
Margaret (less massive than my name backwards)
Mad Boater Scooter
She takes so much med, it has to be towed to her!
Lucille Ball sized hail
Wadi = Mideast term for valley, often a dry one
Multiplication Table Tennis Elbow Macaroni Penguin
...who ate too much chocolate and got doubly.
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