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What is the best name for a WiFi network you can think of? I think my favourites are "The Chosen LAN", "nananananananananaBatLAN" and "IRS.Surv.Van.33"


I've seen some really creative ones, list them below!

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I used to name mine FBI Van, now it is That Wifi

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My Guest it "It Hurts When IP"

My Personal is "Skynet Global Defense Access Point"

My Family one is "MI6 Surveillance Van" and "My Neighbors are annoying"


Just dont use somthing like "Bomb under MI6 Van" like my brother did!


other ideas include:


Connect here for internet mom!

Tell my WIFI love her

LAN of the free

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Silence of the LAN


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[insert generic "offensive" name here]

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Weak Signal or Low Signal Strength are fun for people who aren't tech savvy.


Main: Normal web.

Guest: Dark web.


Main: Balls Deep

Guest: Just the Tip



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I once drove by a p*nispump.


An old friend of mine once called his wifi : female24lfm

He is a guy though =)

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I remember one saying Give Us Ur Fucking Wifi. Exactly like that. Another one is "Give us all your Wifi bases"

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I remember seeing an open WiFi network with the SSID: "Don't steal my WiFi".

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On 7/22/2017 at 11:37 PM, iamdarkyoshi said:

What is the best name for a WiFi network you can think of? I think my favourites are "The Chosen LAN", "nananananananananaBatLAN" and "IRS.Surv.Van.33"


I've seen some really creative ones, list them below!

my hotspot is called 'squeal like keyu for wifi'


the joke is, someone in my class is called keyu,and he squeals a lot at high frequencies, so.. :P

if you actually did do it, you get free wifi



i made that when we were on the trip to quebec (5 days no wifi) so, yeah, it was fun


my home wifi is called fast and slow, fast is AC and slow is G only

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