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Funny Food Names - List and Pics

Updated on October 3, 2011

It's not hard to see the humor in these food product names... just sound them out, as we so often tell children who are learning to read!

Baked Goods

Name: Bimbo Sandwich

Product: Bread

Country: Portugal

Name: Finest Paris Brest

Product: Pastry

Country: United Kingdom

Name: JussiPussi

Product: Dinner Rolls

Country: Finland

Beverages

Name: Aass Fatol

Product: Beer

Country: Norway

Name: Black Bush

Product: Liquor

Country: Ireland

Name: Baldanis

Product: Liquor

Country: France

Name: Bonka

Product: Coffee

Country: Spain

Name: Cockburns

Product: Liquor

Country: Portugal

Name: Dry Sack

Product: Liquor

Country: Spain

Name: Erektus

Product: Energy Drink

Country: Czech Republic

Name: Fart

Product: Juice Drink

Country: Poland

Name: Fat

Product: Beer

Country: Sweden

Name: Horlicks

Product: Hot Drink

Country: England

Name: Pee Cola

Product: Soft Drink

Country: Ghana

Name: Piddle in the Hole

Product: Beer

Country: England

Condiments

Name: Botterramm

Product: Margarine

Country: Greece

Name: Cemen

Product: Sauce

Country: Turkey

Name: Chili Willy

Product: Hot Sauce

Country: United States

Name: Jerk Sauce

Product: Sauce

Country: Jamaica

Name: Krapai

Product: Pickled Dill

Country: Turkey

Dairy

Name: Bra

Product: Yogurt

Country: Sweden

Name: Dickmilch

Product: Milk Drink

Country: Germany

Dry Goods

Name: Cock Rice Sticks

Product: Noodles

Country: Greece

Name: Doobys

Product: Cereal

Country: Chile

Name: Cok' Bacon

Product: Corn Snacks

Country: France

Name: Kockens Anis

Product: Anis-seed

Country: Sweden

Name: Prick

Product: Potato Chips

Country: Brazil

Meat

Name: Belchers Square Sausage

Product: Sausage

Country: Scotland

Name: Bog

Product: Canned Pork

Country: Denmark

Name: Cock Soup

Product: Soup

Country: Jamaica

Name: Wimpy Chicken Bender

Product: Chicken

Country: England

Sweets

Name: Big Nuts

Product: Candy

Country: Belgium

Name: BumBum

Product: Ice Cream

Country: Germany

Name: Bumlingar

Product: Licorice

Country: Sweden

Name: Coming Lemon

Product: Candy

Country: Japan

Name: Crap's

Product: Chocolate

Country: France

Name: Creamy Ball

Product: Candy

Country: Japan

Name: Cream Colon

Product: Cookie

Country: Japan

Name: Fart

Product: Candy Bar

Country: Poland

Name: Finger Marie

Product: Cookie

Country: Sweden

Name: Gaiety

Product: Cookies

Country: Australia

Name: Grany Maniac

Product: Candy

Country: France

Name: Mental

Product: Mints

Country: France

Name: Plopp

Product: Candy Bar

Country: Czech Republic

Name: Spotted Dick

Product: Sponge Cake

Country: England

Miscellaneous

Name: Bona

Product: Baby Food

Country: Finland

Name: Cock on the Mountain Top

Product: Fruit in Syrup

Country: Thailand

Name: Cok

Product: Baby Food

Country: Russia

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      Nirvana Begovic 3 years ago

      Brest is a city in Brittany, which is located on France.

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      Kady Heron 4 years ago

      I like the Erektus energy drink

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      dypedifs 4 years ago

      Good job, the writer is good in this subject – this is my third paper for this course that I request him for and the other two made A’s. Hope this one follows the same pattern:)

      order essay

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      HOLLY 5 years ago

      THIS IS CRAP

      DO YOU GET IT THE NAME OF ONE OF THE FOODS IS CRAP

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      mythbuster 5 years ago from Utopia, Oz, You Decide

      Laughing too hard at some of the names/foods to comment properly. I just HAVE TO pass the link for this hub around! Thanks for sharing.

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      Dr.Vince 5 years ago

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      chance 5 years ago

      hahahahahahahahahahah lol

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      Julian Frye 5 years ago

      Very helpful tips

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      Hiss MiSSESS oWenxz! 5 years ago

      i can't find any cool ones

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      puter_dr 5 years ago from Midwest USA

      Bimbo sells products here in the midwest US. We have Bimbo breads and baked goods. They recently built a bakery in my town also.

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      Maddie Ruud 5 years ago from Oakland, CA

      @barr, in English "cock" is a slang term for male genitalia.

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      barr 5 years ago

      nothing finny about the "Cok" (Russian drink). Its not even the name.???- is translated like juice.

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      Hikalyu 5 years ago

      Hey, those pickled dills called "Krapai" are from Lithuania... :))

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      Brittany 5 years ago

      Ha ha ha! I had to force myself not to burst out laughing! WOW that is hilarious!

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      Sanoj 5 years ago

      Buitoni has a premade pizza dough in Switzerland which is called "extradick" / which in German means extra thick HAHAHA

      http://www.nestle.ch/de/Brands/Products/Pages/BUIT...

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      selena 5 years ago

      so cool

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      DJ 6 years ago

      To correct the correction...........Bimbo is also sold in Spain :o)

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      Jeric 6 years ago

      Oh my xD I was feeling really sad a few minutes ago.. but now im Laughing so hard XD

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      Daniel 6 years ago

      Well , the last one the russain COK is in cyrilic , in english it will be leterrally translated into juice , you`ll have to pronounce it with an S instead of the C - it will sound like that [S:oK]

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      guest 6 years ago

      cok is in cyrilic alphabet so it latin, i.e. english letters will be ''sok''...still funny tho

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      Bruk Taye 6 years ago

      oops, this is funny!it seems like a drum.

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      BlissfulWriter 6 years ago

      Ha ha. That's funnnny. Especially when you have the pics that goes with it.

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      I Have a Chilly Willy 6 years ago

      OMG we have chilly willy in my fridge!!!

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      yea 6 years ago

      karaip - is lithuanian.

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      Kim Lynn 6 years ago

      Wow, who knew there were so many crazzzzzzzzzzy names!

      Thanks :D

      Kim

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      Ani.. 6 years ago

      Even I cannot use VODA PHONE

      Awesome and really hilarious....

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      Ikka 6 years ago

      It's too bad when you know only your language :(( but you can laugh at that

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      ieki2926 6 years ago

      Sudyti krapai is from Lithuania...

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      Serge 6 years ago

      l0olololol.

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      Mc Given 6 years ago

      Ha ha ha. the fart juice drink was so funny. love you baby

      iiiiiiiiiiii

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      Mz 6 years ago

      Really enjoyed the collection hehe! Another one to add might be the Japanese drink ''Pocari Sweat''

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      Mr.RAT 6 years ago

      Hey Maddie, you gathered nice list here.

      But there is mistake. Talking about pickled dill from Turkey. Actually they are from Lithuania. You can check out, "krapai" is dill in lithuanian, not a product name (if interested - s?dyti means salted).

      And "cok" is juice in rusian.

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      Shona Venter 6 years ago from South Africa

      Bwahahahahhahaaaaa. Absolutely brilliant, Maddie. I also love finding items with strange names as I wander through the shops. It's amazing what you find when you keep your eyes open. Funny signs are another category where one can have a good laugh.

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      Rusty Graham 6 years ago

      Hi,Some good stuff on here, made me laugh. Thought I might point out I discovered some boiled sweets from an auto dispenser in Munich, Germany. All that was written on the wrapper was "FUCK". Perhaps you could verify this. It was in 1985 though, so maybe they've had a name change. Cheers for the laughs. Rusty.

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      talkietaco.com 6 years ago from http://www.talkietaco.com

      Very good some of them. Can anyone help me as I'm new to this. How do you add your hubs to a specific category? Most of my stuff is comedy so I'd like a way to add my writing to that.

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      Sparrow 6 years ago

      the internet is amazing.

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      dan 6 years ago

      In Hawaii they have the Donkeyball store. It sell half ass balls, snow balls, creamin screamin balls, salty balls and so on. real fun shop

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      Ben 6 years ago

      try to find barfy burgers. from argentina.

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      5923quarterly 7 years ago

      Hilarious list, thanks for putting it together. They have Bimbo bread in Latin America too; it's actually a company based in Mexico.

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      LIutho 7 years ago

      Name: Krapai

      Product: Pickled Dill

      Country: Turkey

      It's wrong. That's from Lithuania...

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      says 7 years ago

      the eruktus drink is disturbing

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      blah 7 years ago

      the last one "cok" is pronounced sok...

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      Batur 7 years ago

      Funny list. Karapai, however, is not turkish. It is Lithuanian I think. Çemen is turkish but the letter Ç is pronounced as "ch". Still, it would read "cemen" in english speaking world.

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      sami 7 years ago

      plopp chocolate bars actually come from Sweden home of Pricks cakes and Viol and Spunk sweets : )

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      thatreallybites 7 years ago from Washington, DC

      Gotta love it! Great Stuff

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      Paradise7 7 years ago from Upstate New York

      This was really cute. I enjoyed it--thank you!

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      nick 7 years ago

      this is the best

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      Jennifer 7 years ago

      Great list! I love finding this funny product names while travelling. I recently moved to Spain and posted one of my finds on my blog, Buguis - precooked hamburgers filled with dots of cheese.

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      Sarah  7 years ago

      My favorite is the Doobys Cereal from Chile - have to order some of that!

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      Sarah 7 years ago

      Well done - thanks for the laughs!

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      Anonymous 7 years ago

      I can't believe the German candy Dickman's isn't up there.

      Especially the way the things look.

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      kelly samantha 7 years ago

      I love it haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahahhahahahahahha it's very funny and cooolhaahahahah it make me laugh until i fall down of my bed

      i love it

      keep up the exellent work

      hahahahaha best wishes,

      kelly samantha

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      erq 7 years ago

      Jussi= Finnish name(Male)

      Pussi= a bag

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      kephrira 8 years ago from Birmingham

      brilliant, really made me laugh!

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      jack 8 years ago

      LOL jussipussi rolls

      this is hilarious!

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      Joxxon 8 years ago

      Plopp is Swedish. Thanks for a great compilation

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      me 8 years ago

      lol

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      Jessica mateo 8 years ago

      it was so funny i almost pee my pants

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      Onex 8 years ago

      This was great, truly made my day!

      Thanks for this site!!!

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      Sandy 8 years ago

      Very funny names. I like the Bimbo Sandwich.

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      angiemoose 8 years ago

      We get Bimbo brand bread all the time. I guess it's very big in all of Latin America. They sell it in the US too. It shouldn't be too hard to find, especially if you live near a Latin American neighborhood.

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      jimdunn 8 years ago

      good stuff. i know what i'm doing today - gonna get me a bimbo sandwich and finish off with a krapai

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      mulberry1 8 years ago

      Pretty entertaining, I've heard of a couple of these.

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      Peachfreak 8 years ago

      OMG that is hilarious.

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      mattferry 8 years ago from California

      funny stuff... and I think we all like the "finest paris brest" as long as its not from a "dickmilch". :-)

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      mr williams 8 years ago from Norfolk, Virginia

      um wow what a collection lol

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      cody 8 years ago

      that was the best haha doobys!

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      Stuart 8 years ago

      All fairly infantile - another example of the isolationist vacuum that American live in.

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      Magda 8 years ago

      In Turkish, the letter "ç" (as in çemen) is pronounced as "ch", so the name of the product is pronounced "chemen".

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      Rashed 8 years ago

      In Bangladesh still one international big phone company couldn't start their business only for the name "VODA PHONE" Cause in Bengali Language VODA means Female sex organ ...... lol

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      Maud Boggins 8 years ago

      BY the way, Cockburns port is pronounced "Coburns"!

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      Chloe Comfort 8 years ago from Long Island

      I have now been provided with my laugh of the day. Great hub! Passing it along to those I know will appreciate it. Kudos!

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      blarney stone 8 years ago

      I'm just off for a nice cold 'Fart' and a 'Crap' bar. :)

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      Big Whizzy Izzy 8 years ago

      Best laugh I've had in ages, I'm going to tell all my friends. 'Fart' means 'Good Luck' in Polish?? I can't say that any of mine have been lucky for anyone, as they say, it's an ill wind that blows nobody any good!!!

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      Sherri 9 years ago from Southeastern Pennsylvania

      FANTASTIC! My mother is Polish...I need to call her right now!

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      granite_butterfly 9 years ago

      This is too funny. I have a "farty" friend who might enjoy knowing that in Poland her productions translate to good luck!

      Best,

      granite_butterfly

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      Zsuzsy Bee 9 years ago from Ontario/Canada

      Maddie! What a hoot...I'm still laughing.

      I love the funny hubs the best

      regards Zsuzsy

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      helenathegreat 9 years ago from Manhattan

      Japan is a hilarious place for finding things like these. We have many a funny picture of hilarious signs in English there.

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      Patty Inglish 9 years ago from North America

      FArt means Good Luck? - Wonderful!! :)

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      Tim Hollis 9 years ago

      Great collection. Thanks for the great pics.

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      Carol Bancroft 9 years ago

      LOL! This was great!

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      spacebull 9 years ago from Space

      This was funny :)

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      Don 9 years ago

      Priceless! Thanks for the laughs.

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      Maddie Ruud 9 years ago from Oakland, CA

      Thanks for the correction! I'll update that right away.

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      confessing7girl 9 years ago

      hiiiii amazing collection u hv here!! i just hv to point out that the 1st commercial about the Bimbo sandwich is not from Spain but from Portugal!!

      real funny

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      guest 9 years ago

      loool!! this is soo funny!

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      Jason Menayan 9 years ago from San Francisco

      I lived in Poland and asked my students if they knew what "FART" meant in English. (In Polish it means "good luck") They laughed when I translated.

      I also saw a bottle of soda called "BIG DICK" in Poland. I bought it and gave it to a friend who proudly displays it in the bar he works at in Amsterdam (Spijker).

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