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What is your opinion on infantilised animal names?

Asked by ragingloli (46429points) May 22nd, 2019

Things like “danger noodle”, “formal chicken” and “murder log”.
Do you use this terminology?

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Dutchess_III's avatar

I am not at all sure what you’re talking about and I’m not sure I want to know!

cookieman's avatar

No opinion, but all three would make excellent band names.

canidmajor's avatar

Right there with yo, @cookieman. I have long thought that “Trash Panda” would be an excellent Korean metal boy band name.

SQUEEKY2's avatar

You mean things like Killer Kitten?

stanleybmanly's avatar

I don’t spend a lot of time, correction, ANY time forming an opinion. How’s the job thing going Luigi?

flutherother's avatar

There are times I feel I really belong in the previous century.

tinyfaery's avatar

Oh, come on. Don’t be such a grump. It’s cute.

Demosthenes's avatar

I had never heard of this, but it’s kinda funny. It’s actually similar to how many animal names arise linguistically. The Chinese characters for “panda” literally mean “giant bear cat”. It’s like a 3-year-old named it. lol

Stache's avatar

I love them because they are terms of endearment. They aren’t insults.

If someone called my dog “Little Rocket Baxter” or “Lyin’ Rufus” I’d kick them in the nuts.

cookieman's avatar

I like them as terms of endearment. My dog has an actual name, but we often just call her “Fuzzy Butt” or “Fur Bottom”.

KNOWITALL's avatar

I think they’re funny, but no I don’t use names like that for mine.

Dutchess_III's avatar

We used to call Dutchess “Yupid.”

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