When you buy a new wireless router, you have the opportunity to give it a name, which you will use to identify it in the list of local signals. You can go the boring route and provide the community a typical name, or you might entertain your neighbors by coming up with a funny WiFi name.
Want some suggestions for titles which will amuse (or confuse) the neighbors? Check out 19 of the most humorous WiFi names ever created.
It Hurts When IP
Normally we'd let you visit a doctor for something like this, but we'll go ahead and assume you're joking. We hope.
Bill Wi the Science Fi
Everybody loves Bill Nye the Science Guy!
This network name is even better because whoever discovered it said they were in the mall when they discovered it. It is always fun to discover funny WiFi names such as this"from the wild."
My Own Damn Internet
Someone did as they were told, so that's good. It probably took weeks of internet mooching until they left this major step, but all's well that ends well!
Someone's got a scholarly neighbor.
FBI Surveillance Van
Something tells us that the Federal Bureau of Investigation could be a bit more careful than this network name would suggest. Then again, they are a government service, so maybe not.
All these years later, and we're still getting a fantastic laugh over that Antoine Dodson"Bedroom Intruder" meme.
Inform My Wifi Love Her
This is the perfect example of a smart network name that's certain to make people smile.
Pretty Fly for a WiFi
Speaking of oldies but goodies, this is a throwback to the 1998 Offspring song"Pretty Fly For A White Guy." Plus 1 to being completely retro!
Look at all those names that are funny! This needs to be the best apartment building to live in, but for the man who refuses to pick up his puppy poop. We hate that man!
Drop it Like it's Hotspot
There is another Bill Nye enthusiast in this area, but we are more interested in that spot-on Snoop Dogg reference.
Wam Bam Thank You Lan
Speaking of old school audio references, this goes back to the David Bowie's"Wham Bam Thank You Ma'am," which was released in 1972. It is an oldie but a goody.