Dark Side of the Horse by Samson for April 18, 2017

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    Tigressy  about 7 years ago

    Cursed with that name – who’d blame him?

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    rshive  about 7 years ago

    And perhaps a speckled something too.

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    rshive  about 7 years ago

    And perhaps a speckled something too.

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    KEA  about 7 years ago

    should be eatanter

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    Cerabooge  about 7 years ago

    Such names are very common, but they hide it by using Latin.

    Sometimes, it’s both obvious and amusing. From what I can tell, the species name for skunk really does translate to “smelliest of the smelly”. Mephitis mephitis. Mephitis: noxious exhalation (according to one site)

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    Argy.Bargy2  about 7 years ago

    A relative of Captain Obvious?

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    Sherlock Watson  about 7 years ago

    Was he also into horticulture, or did someone else name the blueberry?

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    BlueFin Premium Member about 7 years ago

    Cuckoo horrrrrse! I believe Mr Laycee N Obvious has also named many roads. Especially here in southern parts of Finland. I’ve heard that some places in northern Finland that naming was done by Mr Keen O.N. Butts…

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    Stephen Gilberg  about 7 years ago

    And the big red jellyfish.

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