Spoonerism Sentences II
You will be presented with sentences, each with two blanks representing a given number of omitted words. The two blanks will contain spoonerisms of each other. A spoonerism is a swapping of phonetic sounds between or within words.
Example: When an earthquake strong enough to [shake a tower] caused great damage to the bathroom, Gregory was glad that he had decided not to [take a shower] at that time.
Theme: At the Salon
1. On a global scale, it is extremely unusual, but if you live in Scotland or Ireland, [2 words] will not make your [2 words].
2. It is much easier to remove elastic [2 words] with [2 words] than with gloves on.
3. The chauffer took the [2 words] to the beauty parlor to have her hair [2 words] just before the wedding, to surprise everyone.
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