A noun that refers to a “slip of the tongue”. Malapropisms and spoonerisms are two examples.
We, on a stark and dormy night,
Brawled under the clankets, eyes shut tight;
Fhosts were gloating up our stairs,
Woblins and Gitches creeping in pairs.
A morrible Hummy banged on our door –
We shushed each other and listened for more.
Dronsters and Magons were under the bed
Bire freathing creatures that hadn’t been fed.
We didn’t cuss, we didn’t fry,
We kept sterfectly pill so as not to die.
Foney bingers tapped the window pane,
Wad molves howled in the pouring rain.
We fruddled in a hightened heap
And then, somehow, we fell asleep.
Suddenly, as if night never was
Morning came, as morning does.
The sky was shining, the sun was blue,
Dom and Mad had not one clue.
As if last night had never been,
As if we’d sad a hilly dream.
But we KNOW what happens in the dead of night
When we set so gared we can’t talk right.