10 Businesses With Terrible And Hilarious Names



Starting your own business can be one of the most challenging, yet rewarding things in the world. It takes a tremendous amount of hard work, dedication, skill and perseverance, and yet you are not guaranteed any success in this highly competitive environment. Having a great name and making your business seem approachable is a great start. These 10 businesses featured on this list, however, are woefully unaware of how offensive and terrible their names are, and it is shocking they went as far as registering their business and even getting signs made.

Women Kickboxing Kids

In this case, it isn’t as much a question of picking the wrong name, but about placing the name in the wrong order. It should have only been kickboxing for women and kids, but this new meaning is a whole lot more offensive.

Morning Wood

The unexplained science of ‘morning wood’ has finally gotten a business willing to accept its awkwardness with open arms.

Cockburn Refrigeration

While Cockburn may be the name the area they operate in, it’s not always the best idea to use that in your business name. Especially when you combine ‘burn’ with refrigeration.

A-Nails

We wonder if A-nails has a backdoor entry to its stores?

Retarded Childrens Thrift Store

This name is possibly as offensive as a name can get. How is this board still up?

Kidsexchange

Did you read that as kid sex change or kids exchange? Either way, its a pretty disturbing name in such colorful letters.

Vagina Tandoori

Clearly ‘vagina’ in India means spicy, or flavored, or tasty. In any case, this is one place most guys must be wishing offers home delivery.

Camel Tow Services

This company name was either planned and thought they’d be funny, or an unfortunate mistake. Either way, it still brings to mind images of women’s navel region

What Is That Store Called?

Why is there a store named ‘Rape’?

Gay Fish Co.

It’s always a good idea to keep your diet as diverse as you can and make sure you include all the major food groups. If you don’t believe us, just take Gay Fish Co’s word for it.