A spoonerism is a kind of speech error in which consonants or word-components are switched between two words in a phrase. For example, ‘Jelly Beans’ becomes ‘Belly Jeans’

Reverse-contrast ‘Italians’ operate with a similar subversion of expectation—swapping the stroke weights of conventionally thick and thin strokes to create a strange and often uncomfortable impression. Spooner takes the Italian genus and mixes it with the playful charm of early grotesques.

“Don’t pet the sweaty things!”