We have spoonerisms, Bushisms
, Burgessisms and such, but sadly there don't seem to be any PIPKISSISMS known.
In more recent times George Bush was renowned for Bushisms
and in the same way sports commentators David Coleman and Murray Walker are remembered for making many a faux pas during their commentaries.
While these sorts of George Bushisms
may play well south of the border, hopefully Canadians will realize that questioning our soldiers' sacrifices is far more patriotic than simply mourning the loss.
SURF the net and you'll find loads of classic Bushisms
Spend a day in the White House and hear Bushisms
Whenever skies are grey, I delve into my collection of Bushisms
by Jacob Weisburg (Simon & Schuster, pounds 5.
Y son tantos, que al periodista Jacob Wisberg --uno de los analistas politicos mas respetados de ese pais-- le han alcanzado para publicar dos libros: Bushisms
I y Bushisms
He was shouting Bushisms
and waving his arms about that is, until he was removed.
Elisabeth Bumiller, "Recent Bushisms
Call for a Primer," New York Times, January 7, 2002.
Actually, according to Stone, it was after undergoing complicated prosthetics tests that Bale decided he wasn't the right man for the job, and nothing to do with not wanting to come out with classic Bushisms
like, "I believe human being and fish can coexist peacefully.
Finally, turning to the assembled press corps, he jokingly uttered one of his most famous Bushisms
when he declared: "Sometimes you misunderestimated me.