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Survey Reveals Weird Names Brits Use for Remote Controls

by Kathy Jones on September 22, 2013 at 7:57 PM
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 Survey Reveals Weird Names Brits Use for Remote Controls

A new survey carried out by shopping site NetVoucherCodes.co.uk lists the various weird names that Britons use for remote controls, with names such as flipper, switcher or clicker being at the top of the list.

One of the most popular names that Brits have given to remote is flipper.

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Another favourite is do-dar, with clicker reaching 4th position; switcher is another name that Brits have concocted for remote.

Whatjamacallit and thingymajiggy are one of the oddest names that are in the circulation among the British for remote.

The other odd names that are also on the list are hopper, stick, doofangle and zapper.

Source: ANI
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