Internet is a treasure trove of hilarious stuff. When some user on Twitter suggested that perhaps we should rename the animals and call them by names that make more sense when you look at them – and that’s how we got Leather Bubblebear, and Stingy Sea Condom.
Wanna see more? Here’s a list of most hilarious animal names as coined by witty users of Twitter and Reddit.
#1. Stingy Sea Condom
Jellyfish? Nah. I mean you look at it and you see a giant sea condom, and well, it stings. Ask Monica Geller.
#2. Leather Bubblebear
A giant inflatable bubblebear, made of leather. No wonder they easily go flap-flop in the water. You can also call them floaty cows but that’s a bit of a stretch.
#3. Battle Unicorn
Ever seen a Rhino charging? Imagine a unicorn donning a leather armour and a bulky exoskeleton. And then rushing at you like a leather tank.
#4. Disco Turkey
Disco was popular for a decade, but disco turkey is forever. That bling doesn’t lie.
#5. Meth Mouse
Just a lemur that has been breaking bad.
#6. Sabertoothed Jungle Tuba
The Jungle Tuba that, ironically, trumpets all over the jungle.
#7. Electric Nope Rope
There are so many types of nope ropes but be especially aware of the electric one. It can produce 600 volts.
#8. Luggage Horse
Already has two backpacks full of food (fat, to be precise), and will carry your luggage too. Bless the Bactrian Camel, also known as the luggage horse.
#9. Contempt Puppy
Contempt puppy is the only happy that doesn’t think you’re a bundle of sunshine in his life.
#10. Nosey McWeinerface
An inhabitant of the Southeast Asian island of Borneo, Nosey McWeinerface is not happy with the name y’all gave them. They would much prefer to be called by their real name, which is Proboscis monkey.
#11. Overcaffeinated Cuddlemonkey
Another one from Madagascar, the land of Lemurs. Name is self-explanatory.
#12. Pantless Thunder-Goose
The thunder-goose can run at the speed of 70 kph when they are not wearing pants. To know how fast they’ll run while wearing pants, someone will have to put pants on them – which is hard considering their kick is strong enough to kill a lion. Good luck.
#13. Wizard Cow
So much crafty than a regular cow. Can climb mountains and shit for the quest and adventures.
#14. Swimy OHMYGODWTF
Better known as the Sarcastic Fringehead, this cutie can turn really terrifying when it wishes.
#15. Toothy McNudist
Gina Linetti in Brooklyn Nine Nine had the mole rat as her spirit animal for a while. But Toothy McNudist surely has other accolades to his name.
Also known as the Nature’s wolverines.
#17. American Murder Log
This murder log is huge and bulky, and quite slow moving on land – but it can still run at 50 kph. Fast enough.
#18. Toupee McTrump bug
Also known as South flannel moth or Trumpapillar named after Donald Trump’s hair. It is extremely venomous, and you should never touch it.
The bug, too.
#19. Sir Huggles von Deathcuddle
Fluffy deathcuddle. Aww.
#20. Deady McLongtime
Also known as fuel.
#21. Floaty Potato
Manatees are also called sea cows. They are herbivorous, they are mammals, they are cute.
#22. Stab Rabbit
The stab rabbits often wound the young Cheetahs and lions who try to hunt them. Pretty cool, eh?
#23. Hot Moose
Hot enough to give you a ride.
#24. Formal Chicken
Formal chickens are always impeccably dressed for the next corporate meetings, although they keep wondering why after every corporate meeting their ice keeps melting more and more. Surely, there is a catch and Kowalski will analyse it one day.
#25. Fart Squirrel
Skunk that stunk? Fart squirrel is more apt a name.
#26. Prison Pony
Prison ponies from the Savannahs of Africa.
#27. Danger Noodle
In China, people actually have danger noodles and regular noodles together.
#28. Giraffe Sheep
Llama mia, here I go again.
#29. Flappy McBeakbag
You might think that Pelicans use those beakbags as a built-in lunch box, but those are actually used as fishing nets.
#30. Tyrannosaurus Deer
What a turnaround for Tyrannosaurus!
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