Here's one I was going to put into the current issue of PN, but I forgot. We were going to have a cartoon illustrating 'Freudian slips': A patient shakes hands with Freud and says "Good morning, Professor Fraud"
(Google shows 8,000 matches for "Sigmund Fraud", so I suppose it wouldn't have been a very original joke anyway).
Rick I've seen it written Fraud many times and done it myself a few before now. However equally prevalent is Fredu. Never Frued though. Odd.
On the subject of parapraxis - I was writing a piece of work concerning my personal experiences of training in therapy and I likened one element to 'a roller coaster ride'. Upon re-reading I'd written 'a roller coaster die'. Big deal? For some reason it unsettled me because for a moment I remembered the times when its all felt far too threatening.
I tell you, there really is some substance to these Freudian tits.
Before you judge somebody, first walk a mile in his shoes. That way, if things turn nasty you're a mile away and you've got his shoes.
The old ones are the best.