Do you like to eat bagel seeds covered in cereal sauce for breakfast? Perhaps you like to quench your thirst with a nice cold glass of snowman blood? Or maybe you've marveled at the majestic grace of the animal known as the sea flap flap? You're probably shaking your head right now, but the chances are that you've done at least one of these three things at some point in your life.


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Don't worry, we haven't gone mad. Scroll down to see what we mean. The funny (and more than a little bizarre) descriptions of everyday things come courtesy of @CorrectNames, a hilarious twitter account by Mark Dempsey that attributes alternative names to everything from fruit and animals (dicknose monkey anyone?) to clothing and body parts. Which one do you like the most? Let us know in the comments below, and don't forget to vote for the funniest!

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Aunt Messy 1 month ago

"Squid Squad" is the best idea for a band name I've heard in ages.

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Nadya 1 month ago

It's just liquid snowman!

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Ironcat_xox 1 month ago

That's so funny and adorable at the same time!!

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Lely Rahma 1 month ago

Walking yarn

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darknessIsMyOutfit 1 month ago

More of a inmate mule

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Anya O 1 month ago

Doughnut seeds

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Charm Valenzuela 1 month ago

finally a fountain that spits lava

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Hans 1 month ago

You say that unless you ralize these arms can be used to punch you!

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Laury M. 1 month ago

I call them majestic flap-flaps. Or sea pancakes.

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