Food·Posted on Aug 18, 202029 Original Names For Things That Are Pretty Jarring To SeeFrom "Alexis Texas" to "baby gays."by Matt StoperaBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Alexis Texas Getty Images Hannah Montana was originally named Alexis Texas. 2. Mary Streep Keystone / Getty Images Meryl Streep's real name is Mary Streep. 3. Mars Men Sour Patch Kids/instagram.com Sour Patch Kids were originally called Mars Men. 4. Spongeboy Nickelodeon SpongeBob was originally called Spongeboy. They couldn't use that name because "Spongeboy" was copyrighted by a mop company. 5. Sidney Gail Oskin Cookie Monster's real name is Sidney. 6. Pictaboo techcrunch.com Snapchat was originally named Pictaboo. 7. Blood Fart Robert Mora / Getty Images Fred Durst originally considered calling Limp Bizkit Blood Fart. 8. The Whoopass Girls youtube.com The Powerpuff Girls were originally called the Whoopass Girls. 9. Tiny amazon.com / Via npr.org Clifford's name was originally Tiny. 10. Touch youtube.com The Spice Girls were originally named Touch. There was also another member named Michelle Stephenson. 11. Chicks and Dicks Fox The show New Girl was originally called Chicks and Dicks. 12. Six of One Getty Images The show Friends was originally called "Six of One." 13. MacMan Kazuhiro Nogi / Getty Images The iMac was originally supposed to be named MacMan. 14. Bucket of Blood Andrew T. White / Getty Images The drink Bloody Mary was originally called Bucket of Blood. 15. Tote’m Stores Scott Olson / Getty Images 7-Eleven stores were originally named Tote’m Stores. The name was changed to 7-Eleven after the company changed their hours to 7 a.m.–11 p.m. 16. Village Idiot Getty Images Nickelback's original name was Village Idiot. 17. Sex Maggots Stephen Lovekin / Getty Images The Goo Goo Dolls' original name was the Sex Maggots. 18. Naked Toddler Getty Images Creed's original name was Naked Toddler. 19. Baby Gays qtips.com Q-Tips were originally called Baby Gays. They added a "q," which stood for "quality." 20. Julie Anne Smith Cindy Ord / Getty Images Julianne Moore was born Julie Anne Smith. 21. BackRub Google. Google was originally called BackRub. 22. Mortimer Getty Images Mickey Mouse was originally called Mortimer. Walt Disney's wife hated the name, so he changed it. 23. Kitten ball Orlando Sierra / Getty Images Softball was originally called kitten ball. It was called kitten ball because the founder of the sport named his first team "The Kittens." 24. Scary Movie Dimension films The movie Scream was originally called Scary Movie. 25. Lunar Larry Max Nash / Getty Images Buzz Lightyear was originally named Lunar Larry. 26. Flesh staples.com The peach Crayola crayon was originally named "flesh." 27. Napron amazon.com An apron was originally called a "napron." The name was changed because people were always mispronouncing "napron" and calling it an apron anyway. 28. Cheerioats General Mills Cheerios were originally called Cheerioats. 29. Froffles Andrew Burton / Getty Images Eggo waffles were originally called Froffles. A combination of "frozen" and "waffles."