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Animals: Rebranded

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Dear scientists,

You’re great and all, but frankly, we don’t think you’re doing a very good job of naming stuff. Therefore, the internet has decided to take matters into their own hands, with utterly hilarious results.

Enjoy!

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I think I would have called them Fluffyboings, but this works, too.

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And my personal favorite …

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Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

10 thoughts on “Animals: Rebranded

  1. You’re right – hilarious!!

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  2. I love these, but I would make one change. Our friends daughter calls our ferrets “danger noodles” and it just seems to fit! LOL

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  3. A friend introduced me to a few of these and others like them a month or so ago and my kids and I all fell about laughing. I keep meaning to introduce it as a dinner table topic and see what other funny animal “rebranding” names we can come up with.

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  4. Hilarious. I love them all. Oh, and want to hug them all.

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  5. Anything cuddly and furry is automatically called a fluff-nuff by my daughter

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