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15 Most Awkward Food and Restaurant Names of 2011
Posted by Jillian Madison

    22 Responses

  1. Hillary says:

    Hilarious! The man on the Poo Cafe sign looks so sad. I love it.

  2. Jackie says:

    Omg, “innocent kid’s juices”!!! LMAO.

  3. Ferd Berfle says:

    Hookers have to eat something at picnics. May as well be macaroni salad.

  4. Linda says:

    Vag Fresh? Isn’t that an oxymoron?

    • dee says:

      did they cover up pedobear on the meatball packaging? I can faintly see what look like animal ears under the topmost meatball to the left…

  5. RR's Pompoms says:

    Happy New Year !

  6. Fia says:

    Uh… I’ll have the chicken in OK sauce. It’s the only thing that sounds safe!

  7. Tacet says:

    Uncle Jimmy’s Hangin’ Balls are actually horse treats… but everyone always kind of giggles when you see them at the tack store. I’ve never bought any for my horse, but apparently, horses like them!

  8. Pat says:

    Notice that most of these are from non-native English speaking locales.

  9. Sreshta says:

    fook yew food network :)

  10. SNL Fan says:

    What? No Schweddy Balls?

  11. Smidge says:

    The Kiddo Balls is a reused pic… someone shooped a PedoBear on one of the balls in the spoon.

  12. Julie says:

    I once had a friend that had a Sharpei named Yuck Foo!

  13. Shutup Man says:

    They’re not called Nigglets, they’re Higglets. That’s a poorly done PhotoShop.
    Note the brand is Higgs….

  14. Sodalishous Russpies says:

    I don’t think eating Uncle Joe’s Mint Balls will freshen your breath. They’d probably taste like poor hygiene and shame.

  15. droopydrawers says:

    Innocent kids juices…this is a UK Product. a fruit smoothie. Bought it lots of times but never even thought how lol funny that is. chicken in ok sauce…oh how that made us honest packaging description at last! part of the fun of travelling is unleashing your inner ten year old in the grocery stores. Bonka Ars was a brand of coffee (Austria). The comments here are just as funny as the pics. Thanks.

  16. connie says:

    i live in Fort Smith Ar,(pop.< 90,000) and while there are many Vietnamese restaurants here that specialize in noodles,there is one called (no kidding) "a Pho King Vietnamese Noodle Soup Restaurant"

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