Sometimes we hear things differently.
We hear words that aren’t there. We hear words that are there. We tune into what we think is being said.
Sometimes a word can be used and it can sound quite comical.
Here are some more examples:
- Ammonia: Kevin’s mum offered me a lift after school but I said ammonia short way from home.
- Antidotes: My uncle likes me very much and my antidotes on me.
- Apertif: If he has to eat anything crunchy, my grandad takes apertif from a glass in the bathroom.
Attitude: When I saw our dog with Nell’s cap in his mouth, I was just glad it wasn’t my attitude.
- Avalanche: In our house, we have breakfast at 7:30 and we always avalance at 12:30.
- Avoidable: When you walk into a field of cattle, you should always take care to avoidable.
- Bellicose: You shouldn’t hit someone in the bellicose it hurts.
- Benign: Last year I was eight, so this year I’ll benign.
- Bulletin: The cowboy slipped because he’d got a bulletin his leg.
- Centimetre: Granny arrived last night and I was centimetre at the bus station.
- Climate: The tree in out back garden is really tall and one day I’ll climate.
- Contrite: Megan writes brilliant stores, but I contrite a thing.
- Deceit: When we get to the park there’s always a rush to see who can get first to sit on deceit.
- Eclipse: On a Sunday my dad gets the garden shears and eclipse the hedge.
Fascinate: I have nine buttons on my shirt, but I can only fascinate.
- Gladiator: That vicious old hen of ours used to peck me loads so I’m gladiator.
- Judicious: There was an advert on TV that said hands that judicious can be soft as your face.
- Nuisance: My brother was complaining that he hadn’t had anything nuisance he started school.
Do you have any other examples like these? Let me know!