De : JMF
Date : Dimanche 25, Mars 2001 3:48
Objet : Re : Anagrams
--- Dans CirqueZavatars, M. a écrit
> Je préférerais quand même que vous fussiez monty-pythonisse.
> voilà..en anglais,car Monty Python est possible seulment en
> The man who speaks in anagrams
> Palin: Hello, good evening and welcome to another edition of Blood
> Devastation Death War and Horror, and later on we'll be meeting a
> who *does* gardening. But first on the show we've got a man who
> speaks entirely in anagrams.
> Idle: Taht si crreoct. Palin: Do you enjoy it?
> Idle: I stom certainly od. Revy chum so. Palin: And what's your
> Idle: Hamrag - Hamrag Yatlerot
> Palin: Well, Graham, nice to have you on the show. Now, where do
> come from?
> Idle: Bumcreland.
> Palin: Cumberland?
> Idle: Stah't it sepricely.
> Palin: And I believe you're working on an anagram version of
> Idle: Sey, sey - taht si crreoct, er - ta the mnemot I'm wroking
> on "The Mating of the Wersh".
> Palin: "The Mating of the Wersh"? By William Shakespeare?
> Idle: Nay, by Malliwi Rapesheake.
> Palin: And what else?
> Idle: "Two Netlemeng of Verona", "Twelfth Thing", "The Chamrent of
> Palin: Have you done "Hamlet"?
> Idle: "Thamle". 'Be ot or bot ne ot, tath is the nestquoi.'
> Palin: And what is your next project?
> Idle: "Ring Kichard the Thrid".
> Palin: I'm sorry?
> Idle: 'A shroe! A shroe! My dingkom for a shroe!'
> Palin: Ah, Ring Kichard, yes... but surely that's not an anagram,
> that's a spoonerism.
> Idle: If you're going to split hairs, I'm going to piss off. (Exit)
> Spoonerism (spoon'er iz''em)
> n. [after Rev. W. A. Spooner (1844-1930), of New College, Oxford,
> famous for such silps] an unintentional interchange of sounds,
> usually initial sounds, in two or more words (Ex.: "a well-boiled
> icicle" for "a well-oiled bicycle") (Webster's New World Dictionary)
> Il y a un mot en français pour "spoonerisme"?
Ye fund idinnje ditch, but ye shud larn spikn Sagzn correctly, silly
Frenngzepp, alias JMF.