Wi-Fi Weirdness

The other day, while B was driving the car, I decided to check my phone for nearby Wi-Fi networks.  I didn’t plan on connecting to any – even if they were open, I don’t connect to strange Wi-Fi networks.  I just was curious what was out there.  I wasn’t prepared for my first Wi-Fi discovery, though.


There wasn’t a Mexican restaurant in the area, so I’m guessing this was someone who kept forgetting the password to their network.  All the security in the world won’t matter, though, if you advertise what your password is.


Why do I think that Mario lives near here?


I guess this is better than an idle donkey.


I’m not sure if this is Morse Code or a hidden smiley face.


Someone’s a fan of Star Trek!


Download files baby. Uh huh, uh huh.

Download files baby. Uh huh, uh huh.

Download files baby. Uh huh, uh huh.

And all the devices say, it’s pretty fly for a Wi-Fi!


This Wi-Fi network will only download files that rhyme.  (You can’t download anything named "Orange.")


Someone’s a fan of Discovery Channel’s week dedicated to Selachimorpha.


Some Wi-Fi networks like to just keep it classy.


Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird.  It’s a plane.  It’s a Wi-Fi network!


I thought the connection on this one would be $#*^, but it turns out you can quickly download log files or memory dumps.

What weird Wi-Fi network names have you seen?