Winter Storm Nemo is set to unleash its wrath upon us. Unsurprisingly, not a ton of people are afraid at the thought of it. Why? Because this supposed super snowstorm is named “Nemo.” A few Twitter folks handled the renaming honors for this horribly titled snowmageddon. Some of the best ones just happen to inspire fear and bouts of extreme laughter in us all.
TOP 4 WINTER STORM DRAG NAMES FOR NEMO (so far)1) Ava Lanche2) Slushy Bottoms3) Shenida Shovel4) Salty Rhodes
— DJ Corey Craig (@djcoreycraig) February 7, 2013
We really need to stop with the cute names for devastating storms. Winter Storm Voldemort would be taken much more seriously.
— Karen Callahan (@alwaysmisskaren) February 8, 2013
Why name a winter storm after a beloved cartoon character like Nemo? Why not give storms names of things we all hate like Boston Red Sox?
— Dean Obeidallah (@Deanofcomedy) February 8, 2013
Really, Winter Storm Nemo? We need to come up with scarier names for these storms like Winter Storm Crackwhore droppin powder on the streets
— Allen Michael (@allenmichael89) February 6, 2013
Winter Storm Nemo is set to be a “mega disaster”. Promptly being renamed to “Winter Storm Mark Sanchez”.
— Happy Gilmore (@_Happy_Gilmore) February 8, 2013
Winter storm Nemo should have been named winter storm Sanchez. That way another country would have intercepted it.
— Tom Brady’s Ego (@TomBradysEgo) February 8, 2013
Also, the names of their anchor team MT @mental_floss: The Weather Channel’s winter storm names: Orko, Plato, Rocky, Xerxes, Yogi, and Zeus
— Bill Weir (@BillWeirABC) February 8, 2013
— Matt (@Serotonin389) February 7, 2013
If storm #Nemo comes up short of predictions, they should rename it Tyrion after the dwarf on Game of Thrones.
— Martin Munson (@wickedimproper) February 7, 2013
— mike fuori (@weathersfuori) February 8, 2013
#topten ways to divert attention from drone debate # 7 rename nemo after Justin Bieber
— James Jay Carafano (@JJCarafano) February 8, 2013
#Nemo is such a teensy, cute name for a storm of this magnitude. I move that we rename it Nosferatu.
— Dana S. (@danar75) February 8, 2013