25 of the Worst Business Name Puns of All Time
Owning and running a business is a huge accomplishment and responsibility. You pour your life into it and, in many ways, it becomes an extension of who you are. That’s why it’s so confusing when a business owner decides to give their business a ridiculous pun-based name. For us, it’s just a funny sign we drive by, but that awful name is on someone’s business cards and tax returns. Here are 25 of the worst names, (or best names, depending on your love of puns).
If my GPS accidentally took me here instead of the airport, I would be furious.
It’s hard to trust a company that found a way to add a poop reference to their name.
If Carl turns out to be difficult to work with, you can’t say he didn’t warn you.
Not to be that guy, but if you pronounce pho correctly, this one doesn’t work at all.
This one just barely makes sense. You’re selling delicious crepes; why do you feel the need to make them sound stupid?
Sorry, but that just looks like a regular pig to me. No thanks.
I’m sure that’s a business that’s going to last years and years.
Puns based on telling someone to die really don’t seem like the most inviting titles.
Do they sell people? What exactly is your business?
I don’t like it, but I have to respect it.
Come on. You’re better than this and you know it.
That name sort of makes it sound like the person coming in will be hairy. If that’s the case then I’m calling someone else.
If they really wanted to commit to the name they’d have an all-child staff inside.
You don’t have to put WOODEN in all caps; we get it.
Is Forrest Gump really the character you want people to think of when considering your business?
If Ice-T hopped out of that van, I would pay any amount for their services.
Customers are going to think of an idiot or the word “poop” when they read your sign. I’m sure business is booming!
Based on the quality of that sign, a butt pun is the least of their concerns.
I’m sure when William Golding wrote “Lord of the Flies” his dream was that one day it would inspire a potato-based corner restaurant.
TWO PUNS IN ONE TITLE! WE’VE REACHED THE PINNACLE!
I take back what I said about the last one because THIS is the pinnacle of pun-based titles.
Hmm, that’s probably not the association I’d want with my business or anything else in my life.
Believe it or not, there are people who lost everything in the Sock Market as well.
Nothing gets my appetite going quite like a horrible tragedy with numerous deaths.
You are going to confuse so many drunk guys with that sign.