• Ayds (diet candy)

    Source Ayds (pronounced “AIDS”) was a diet candy from the 1980s. Years later, the name would have its current meaning. MoreReport Item navigation Previous submission Next submission View full list More

  • 666 (cold medicine)

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  • SARS (drink)

    Source This drink from New Zealand shares its name with SARS: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. MoreReport Item navigation Previous submission Next submission View full list More

  • Jussipussi (bread)

    Source So that’s how Finnish bread tastes like. MoreReport Item navigation Previous submission Next submission View full list More

  • Wack off! (insect repellent)

    Source Australian repellent “used by the armed forces.” They surely need it. MoreReport Item navigation Previous submission Next submission View full list More

  • Megapussi (potato chips)

    Source –Our readers Oona, Lance and Peppar from Finland wrote us to explain “Megapussi” is a Finnish word for a “mega bag” and not actually the product’s name. Thanks! MoreReport Item navigation Previous submission Next submission View full list More

  • Vergina (beer)

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  • Shitto (sauce)

    Source Shitto is an allegedly delicious Ghanaian sauce with a name that makes Americans laugh, while everyone in Ghana seems to love it. MoreReport Item navigation Previous submission Next submission View full list More

  • Pee Cola (soft drink)

    Source A soft drink from Ghana. MoreReport Item navigation Previous submission Next submission View full list More

  • Golden Gaytime (ice-cream)

    Source Golden Gaytime is an iconic ice-cream in Australia, its name survived intact despite the homosexual connotations in modern decades. The company just decided to play up the camp name with the boxes, holding the words “4 delicious chances to have a gay time.” Here’s a classic Golden Gaytime TV ad from the 80s, “Let […] More

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