A perfect summer day is when the sun is shining, the breeze is blowing, the birds are singing, and the lawn mower is broken. - James Dent
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

You've all heard the little saying, (possibly in the voice of an iMac like I did) of "Spring has sprung, Fall has fell/ Winter is here, and it's colder than usual." Is there a term for this type of rhyme misdirection? You lead the listener to think that you're going to make a rhyme (usually a somewhat scandalous one), and then you deliberately don't make it.

Another excellent example is the song "Mr. Brightside" by The Killers. If there is no term for such an action, can you collaberate and coin one?

- Nafo

A: Dear North Atlantic Fisheries Organization,
We've looked everywhere for such a term, but can't find one. So we smurfs have collaborated and decided to call it a "nafo" (pronounced nA'-fO). Yet another excellent example is the "Small World" parody on Shrek. That was a good question. We'll let you know if we ever hear a real name for it. For now it's a nafo, though.
--Poet