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Funny Instruments

81. Double-belled Euphoniums

The choice instrument of any parade in the Roaring Twenties. See also 20's, Old-Timey.

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Funny Insults

82. "You Pine Cone!"

A quote from every squirrel everywhere.

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Funny Foods

83. Beignets

Pronounced bin-YAYs. A Cajun foodstuff consisting of deep-fried balls of dough. See also Cajun.

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Funny Words

84. Usurp

To steal or misappropriate. See also Crime.

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Funny Names

85. Potpan

Shakespeare named a servant in Romeo and Juliet Potpan. Don't let anyone tell you he was always serious. See also Shakespeare.

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Funny Drinks

86. Eliot Spritzer

Fruit juice with seltzer, named after former NY governor for absolutely no reason. See also Politics.

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Funny Things

87. T1-81

A graphing calculator and the most technology-advanced and expensive handheld device available to students in the 90's. See also 90's, Math, Schools.

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Funny Words

88. Dummkopf

A German word often used for calling someone stupid. From the words "dumm" (dumb) and "kopf" (head). See also German.

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Funny Names

89. Herr Kartoffelkopf

What Mr. Potato Head is called in German. See also German.

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Funny Places

90. Tuba City, Arizona

Named after Tuuvi, a man who brought the Native Americans Mormonism. Not the musical instrument. See also Music.

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