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“Pretty Fly for a Wi-Fi”

Gangstas, they bump my shit them they know me

Continuing the procrastination-fueled hunt for the inane, Bwog has been keeping a watchful eye on the airwaves and is back with a mix of some of the more memorable Wi-Fi network names around campus.

And Big Brother can see your iTunes library names too! Add your favorites in the comments and be sure to check out last year’s roundup.

  • no you can’t have the password (ironically, not password protected)
  • Darth Vadar
  • Swag
  • pretty fly for a wifi
  • Gene Parmesan
  • Onebigroomfullofbadbitches
  • the iliad is like gangster rap
  • TeflonDon
  • Large Tiger
  • Cervantes
  • Kornhole-guest
  • Fck U Dolphin

Throwback to 2013’s first Lit Hum lecture via Wikimedia Commons

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous There’s one called Florian’s Lair. I like to imagine that his lair is full of magical ice cream sundaes.

    1. speaking of harry potter says:

      @speaking of harry potter favorite from last year: “rose & hugo”

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous I found a “get the fug off BETCH”

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Router, I barely know her

  • Computer Intruder says:

    @Computer Intruder Hide yo kids, hide yo wifi

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Free wifi nope just chuck testa

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous ‘we can smell your weed’

    1. Haha says:

      @Haha This is totally my wi-fi network.

      And we really can smell it.

  • When I lived in Nussbaum says:

    @When I lived in Nussbaum we were right above Community. Community goers would pick up our wifi. We thought about changing the name to Community poisons their food. We opted for “free wifi” and put a password on it.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous “A Dump Truck,” “aquamammal,” “oof,” and “penishead” are all in EC.

  • Lucille Bluth says:

    @Lucille Bluth (Screams)

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous “we can smell your weed”

  • AAAAAAAAA says:


  • In EC says:


    No idea why actually, but it does amuse me

  • last year i kept seeing says:

    @last year i kept seeing “STOP SLAMMING THE HALLWAY DOOR”. yes, in all caps.

  • hehe says:

    @hehe JellyBlubber

  • Furnald has... says:

    @Furnald has... …”super sexy internet (no pants)”

  • CC'13 says:

    @CC'13 dude i am forreal worried about the Don though, keep the fires burning wifi homies

  • CC'15 says:

    @CC'15 “AW YAH WIFI YAH”

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous “evil pediatrician”

  • Woodbridge says:

    @Woodbridge “EFFMAN1,” “Flounder,” “Fck_U_Dolphin,” and (my personal favorite) “DaddyStopTouchingMe v 21”

  • on 112th says:

    @on 112th “Wireless Spectaculaaarrrrrrrrrrrr” and “you can’t see tits on the radio”

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous My wifi at home is named “albondigas” because my dad’s fake internet name is Al Bondigas.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous “The Ghost of Steve Tolman.” Win.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Who?

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