A good laugh: The lapsus

By Eddy Montilla


“A lapsus is an involuntary mistake made while writing or speaking”, a teacher explained to his students in his psychology class.

“Teacher, what happened to your right eye?” A student asked.

Good question, Rodney. This is a perfect example of what a lapsus means. Yesterday, I confused the word reign with ruin. After dinner, I wanted to tell my wife: “Dinner was excellent, dear. You are the reigning champion of my life!”, but I said instead: “You and your fat and lazy mother have ruined my life!”

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