The following words

Here are the definitions of following words, along with images!

Wordplay
Many writers use wordplay, it’s a literary technique and a form of wit (which also could be link to humour! Another word I have also researched!)
This is intended primarily for the purpose of effect or amusement. They can often be clever meanings or Rhetorical excursions, and Phonetic mix-ups such as spoonerism.
Spoonerism is another little phrase that also plays on words! It’s quite delightful, it deliberately plays on words. It is commonly heard as slips of the tongue from unintentionally getting words in a tangle.
Here is an example “The Lord is a shoving leopard.” (a loving shepherd), it changed the current words to something else. This definitely adds humour.
Another example is this image, it users words to play out the meaning to create an image!
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Here is an example of spoonerism! I found this on Pinterest. It is very useful and is helping me a lot find images for my research!
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