# Mrs. Malaprop Reads A Riddle

I, Mrs. Malaprop, will recite an original riddle, perspired by this puzzle. Each of lines 1-5 inscribe a part of a word, put them together in sequins to get the one-word answer to the riddle.

First Part: According to the psychiatrist, this is it I suppose.
Second Part: A token creation, the forest is my home.
Third Part: My mood is subjective, though it sometimes depends.
Fourth Part: In the list of apostles, I am one off from the tenth.
Fifth Part: An onion? No, I'm the polar opposite.
Sixth Part: Put us together and what do you get?

For those who love challenge, use what you now know.
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This is similar to the word riddle linked above, with the exception that it is being read by the fictional Mrs. Malaprop for whom the word malapropism is named. As a result, each line of the riddle contains a malapropism. Correct the false words and solve the riddle. A correct answer should contain the words that she meant to use in each line in addition to the final word obtained.

First Part: According to the psychiatrist, this is it I suppose.

Malapropism: "it" -> "id". Solution: id.

Second Part: A token creation, the forest is my home.

Malapropism: "token" -> "Tolkien". Solution: Ent.

Third Part: My mood is subjective, though it sometimes depends.

Malapropism: "subjective" -> "subjunctive". Solution: if. (thanks @dennisdeems)

Fourth Part: In the list of apostles, I am one off from the tenth.

Malapropism: "apostles" -> "epistles" -> "letters". Solution: I. (thanks @GentlePurpleRain and @BaileyM)

Fifth Part: An onion? No, I'm the polar opposite.

Malapropism: "onion" -> "anion". Solution: cation. (thanks @CodeNewbie)

Sixth Part: Put us together and what do you get?

IDENTIFICATION

• token -> Tolkien. The Ent is a Tolkien creation who lives in the forest. Jul 14, 2015 at 18:35
• subjective -> subjunctive Jul 14, 2015 at 18:39
• Union is a malapropism for anion. Polar opposite is cation. Jul 14, 2015 at 18:40
• So apostles must be a malapropism for "letters of the alphabet" in some form (I is one off from the 10th letter). Jul 14, 2015 at 18:41
• Perhaps it's apostle -> epistle? Jul 14, 2015 at 18:43