Rather not funny, but creepy
Once I spent the night in an apartment alone, watched a movie on my laptop, suddenly the electricity was turned off, and, of course, the Internet was gone. I started to connect to my mobile internet and saw someone's network called “CutYourThroat” (cut your throat). Besides, I live on the ground floor and there was a minor incident about a few days before. The internet cable was cut for us (it had already been repaired by that night) and footprints appeared on the windowsill from the side of the street, as if someone stood there and looked into the windows. In general, at that moment I became really scared. After 15 minutes, this network disappeared. Now every time I check the available networks I'm afraid to see it again :)
Don't laugh, but it's funny)
Brevity is the sister of talent, sorry TQ doesn't know about it.
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The question is still haunted by the question of which of the neighbors is so witty.
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Something like this.
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Well, something like that.
Kakieto simvalla nada to write gabbling mother shave god god damn mother don’t rub mate Holy 40 more bukiv gods let your mother cry I’ll cry
Han_Solo_Umret_V_Kontse and Parovozik_Kotoriy_Smog))
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I regularly distribute the Internet due to the good tariff. I couldn't think of anything smarter than this.
Every time I expect that the security service of the next hotel / office or other crowded place will come running and start looking for a signal source, but this never happened.
The most once had Wi-Fi "You are not welcome here", but a friend had "My problems". And every time she was asked for access to Wi-Fi, she said "Connect to my problems." It used to be fun to see the misunderstanding in the eyes of those people)
At our school, next to the history office, I was very good at catching school wi-fi. It's not hard to guess that, in general, everyone hung out around him. One fine day, next to this office, I began to catch very well another wi-fi, which was called "Alisa_is_11A_shluha". And, naturally, a lot of people saw it.
My neighbors often swore at the noise, so I solved the problem like this, not a word by the way.
Give them one hundred and forty characters, god I'm not so interesting to write that much
In our lyceum, we heard "for all homeless people", "azino777", "whoever comes in is the devil" and so on. Whatever the child was amused about, just not to learn!
We also had different groups by numbering, so each wrote in the name all sorts of nasty things about the other and competed who was cooler.
In our hostel, neighbors have a Sositepussy network. And in one hostel, where the administrator was a Caucasian man - BRAT
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During the growing popularity of Lana Del Rey (about 2013), I went to school with two guys: Vlad and Alexei. The first loved to laugh at the second. It was mutual. Once I asked Vlad to give me wi-fi. That one was called “leha ne gay”. I don't know what exactly made me laugh: the fact that for me they were completely far from such music or such a simple and at the same time ingenious, as for me, play on words.
"You're not yours and you're mad"
I'm mad .....
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My friend's wifi was called AnusBobra, I still don't understand whether it's stupid or funny. When the girl moved to him, she made the name change)
What funny names for Wi-Fi networks have you seen?
What are funny names for Wi-Fi networks?
What are funny names for Wi-Fi networks? Fi networks have you seen?
I remember that the vocational school building was reconstructed near our house, it was especially hard for someone - "Zaebalaetastroikaryadom" - the poet's soul could not stand it .. somewhere there was even a screenshot))
Some of the neighbors in Moscow had a memorable name for the Wi-Fi network:
In the dorm on the floor, someone very ingenious set passwords such as "wifi_tvoei_mamki", "alah_akbar", "fuck_you", etc., I don’t remember others. Oh, those lawyers, of course ....
This is the best so far
I don’t know, maybe someone had it.
My girlfriend plays the piano, a neighbor called his wifi sosed_pianino_pidoras. Esli ty eto chitaesh, Deer neighbor, to znay ty Sam pidoras syka, ty mozhesh waltz Shostakovicha sygrat '????? Pidora otvet.
At the gully's concert in Novosibirsk, the club had a free Wi-Fi "BUERAK SHIT"
By the way, did you know that the Answer cannot be less than 140 characters?
Yes, the answer cannot be less than 140 characters!
"Hui van a ne wifi" was really funny when I was 12 years old. There was something else "boyarishnik". Quite recently, it was at the bus stop then. When it wasn't so funny anymore
When I was in Moscow, somewhere on Tverskaya I was pleased with wi-fi named Father Sergius.
And in my mother's apartment the network is called a kind and friendly name "Ichkeria".
Recently I came across an old screen made at the university, unfortunately, I was busy with something then, so I could not find out who Anton was and why he fucked up
In fact, everything seems pretty obvious, but, nevertheless, smiled when I came across Wi-Fi with the name "fsociety" (based on the series Mr. Robot) and here are the characters from the TV series "Doctor Who" in the series "Bells St. John ".
for a year, and no one asked for a freebie :(
At Navalny's headquarters in my city, the putinvor network is funny. I'll be typing 140 characters soon. Well, or not soon. Alooooooooooooooo. So blet, 140 is a lot
I know a network by the name of Pontius Pilate.
And my relatives also named the Wi-Fi in the new house after me, but at first there were problems with it, and the smartphone taskbar was glowing: "Polina is a threat." since morning it happened.
When I moved to my future husband, when I connected to Wi-Fi, I discovered a network called "SPIDER" in Latin. Well, I laughed at this Spider, imagining that a huge, hairy and creepy spider was sitting under this nickname, and I forgot about it. A couple of years later I came across this nickname again and asked my husband what kind of mysterious Spider it was. (after all, he knows all the neighbors in this house) and why she chose such a strange nickname. Asking in bewilderment: "What other Spider?", He climbed to look at the names of the routers and suddenly began to scream with laughter. Then, with tears in his eyes, he explained to me that this was a neighbor's grandmother - Raisa, who wrote her name in Latin letters under the Cyrillic alphabet - PAUCA. In short, no one in our family called this neighbor Raisa anymore. Exclusively Spider. And I seem to understand how people get nicknames and nicknames.
TOPOR_DROVOSEKA was heard in the forest
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The neighbors have a network called "Ladies but not you"
I have nothing more to say. There are very few signs left. A little more. Here. Nearly. Nearly. Nearly. Is that all already? Yes
I live in a hostel: "KOMNATA20! 8", my access point from a mobile phone is a "sratny dialect", Wi-Fi of neighbors with a password "sosi2281488" - the elders live in the room. something like that.
At my house - KISULICHKA9. When Mom was setting up the net.
Oh palmolive (140), my delicate gel (140), you smell (140) orchids (140). Oh palmolive (140), my delicate gel (140), you smell (140) orchids (140).
My neighbor has Wi-Fi - Moya Prelest '. Sometimes I hear him talking to himself, but that's a whole different story.
"BorisHuyPopadesh" in the Pension Fund of the Moskovsky District of St. Petersburg. Eat some more of these soft French rolls and have some tea. The limitation on the number of characters is strange here.
my wifi is called and will be called "Stas you p * dor".
I immediately apologize to all Stasov. and whoever is not Stas and sees this sacred thought on his list has a ghostly opportunity to meet me.
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Once my friend and I went to Lviv to relax and during the walk we went to one cafe in the center, when we wanted to connect to wi-fi, we saw a wi-fi called "Glory to Ukraine", no matter how funny it was, but the password turned out to be "Glory to the Heroes", here is such a funny story
My personal top (at home and at the university): Zhyzn Eto Pizdec, wifi vsemu golova, sociologi9 dlya mudakov, Narkobaron, Ne smotri, Okkupai Wifi
A little up to 140 characters.
At one time, I had a chance to lie down in the hospital. I was in the urology department. There they treat all sorts of things related to the male reproductive system. So that's it. There was a network called "Huy v pizde".
My friend has the name of wi-fi Zapax_noska other more idiotic, but at the same time I have not seen any funny ............................. .............
I don’t know about others, but I named mine #konstantinovich_voobscheto.
Since my name is Konstantinovich)
"Cool the fucking" in the house of friends, the friends themselves have a point called Uglynakedguy (this is a link to the TV series "Friends"), in the parents' house there are a whole bunch of different variations of ptn_pnh, and when I go past the regional traffic police, dots with the names "school", "prison" and "purgatory".
It was funny to see two password-free Wi-Fi to choose from at the Schrödinger Cafe in Dnipro:
Vpodvalevampiry at my friend's house - _- _- - _ / _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - __- __- __-_
Not very funny, but still:
"Kachaite porno poka ya dobriy".
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From the very moment when I got a laptop, and this was about 7 years ago, I have been observing a closed network called ZALUPATOR at my home, the owner has not been found out
And all this time I constantly hear from guests asking if this is your network, and the corresponding jokes
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For all my time, I have changed a bunch of names for the point opened on the phone. These were mainly my surname and first name and their derivatives. I had to rename so that after I gave the password to a friend, he could no longer connect.
When I finally got tired of coming up with new connections with "Karamoff", "Nikita" and "WiFi", I spat on everything and called the point "Free wifi lol fuck you". Then such a name seemed to me well, very funny.
Oddly enough, for six months after that no one else asked me to give out Wi-Fi: /
At my neighbors "Laboratory Heisenberg". When I remembered that Heisenberg was the main character in Breaking Bad, I realized that I didn't know anything more about the neighbors ...
In our dorm, they like to name networks according to their favorite teachers. Integer methods were taught by Tarnaeva (a teacher like this). She sent to the other world (that is, academics) many students who worked almost perfectly in other disciplines. So, at one point I saw a list of Tarnaeva-milaha, Tarnaeva-milaha-1, Tarnaeva-milaha-2 and so on 5.
At the university, in my first year, I saw two wi-fi networks: KyHuJ | uH | `yc_MacTepa and KopoJ | u_ceKca
I can't say that it was funny, just amused by the resourcefulness of the dudes, it was techno corpus, they apparently solve the problem)
A sister once told a story: For several weeks she was connected to a neighbor's passwordless Wi-Fi. At first, I just sometimes used it for fun (for free), and when the money for my Internet ran out, I used it only. A month and a half later, the neighbor understood everything and renamed it to wi-fi to "x * y_tebe_a_ne_wifi". Whinnying for a long time (:
I happened to see the name of the network "Tits in the test" ... but in Latin. Then I just add the remaining characters blablablablablabla
When I lived in a hostel, the laptop was catching a Wi-Fi called "definetly not 15/08 room". It seemed funny to me
Another interesting name I saw walking around St. Petersburg a couple of years ago. It had no password, but it was called "You are not welcome here".
In the house opposite my school there was a passwordless wi-fi "Come in my Fuhrer", my friend created his "I go my Hitler" next to it. From the outside, these two Wi-Fi looked funny.