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Funny Insults

51. Schweinehund

"Pig dog" in German and an insult commonly used in World War II movies and the 80's video game Castle Wolfenstein. See also 80's, German, Profanity.

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Funny Things to Do

52. Wearing a Sash That Says "Mayo"

You know, instead of "Mayor".

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Funny Words

53. Piccadilly

Used as a flavor word to make one sound old and cantankerous, e.g. "You piccadilly tramp!"

The word itself doesn't hold much meaning, though it may refer to people who wore piccadills (or large, lacy collars) in the 17th century. See also Old-Timey.

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Funny Animals

54. Goblin Shark

A particularly frightening-looking, deep-sea shark.

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Funny Questions

55. Working Hard or Hardly Working?

Favorite question of uncles everywhere.

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Funny Words

56. Popty-Ping

Reputed Welsh word for microwave. See also Kitchen.

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Funny Animals

57. Tardigrades

Also known as water bears, these microorganisms can live anywhere on Earth and look awfully like eight-legged bears in puffy space suits. See also Science.

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Funny Products

59. The Daddle Shop

A saddle for Dad to put on while the kids play cowboy games. See also Dads, Portmanteau, Western.

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Funny Sayings

60. Well, at Least I Didn't Steal Christmas

The ultimate holiday comeback. See also Holidays.

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