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  • Noel Stewart

    I think the lobster should be renamed CLIPPER.

  • Merm123

    I think I would call it the CLAWBSTER

  • Julie Dascoli-Yanop

    how about red claws

  • Laurie MacFarlane


  • Sue W.

    Lovely Dinner!!

  • Stewart Welsh


  • edeliz


  • Pat Hamilton-Croci

    Disco Lobster

  • Jason Pike


  • Brian Vaughn

    The Pinchster

  • Katie ann Ford

    pinchy claws

  • Colleen Goodbrand


  • Jan Karl Arcayos

    Sea nail-cutter

  • Tay


  • Jason Provo

    Lobsters belong to the large marine crustacean family known as Nephropidae. (just found this out by way of a well-timed google…). Also, my favorite lobster dish is lobster Newberg! A rich and spicy lobster dish. I would therefore give it the name, Newberg Nephropidae, hopefully to please seafood lovers and scientists alike. Got a nice ring to it, no?

  • Tiffani Wyley

    Mr. Claws

  • Carol Terminello Hintopoulos

    Claw Fish!!

  • redhead tail

  • Timothy Mccollum

    Red headed claw man….

  • bhjustice


  • Teresa Rojas


  • ilton alves


  • yousafzai

    Pablo the Lobster!

  • Erin Estilette


  • Tom


  • Quetta

    Long crab

  • Nicole D. C

    sharp pincher

  • Tbag

    The red scorpion 🙂

  • Carol Miller

    Eating lobster started out as the poor man’s diet. Lobsters were washed ashore in Colonial days and were eaten when nothing else was available. However, the lobster was a definite social climber. By the 1920’s it was gaining in reputation and price. So I would rename lobster “The Red Jacket.” The outer shell of a lobster is a beautiful color of red and anyone wearing a red jacket certainly wants to be noticed. The lobster definitely clawed its way from the bottom of the social food registry to the very top. Lobster is now one of the most expensive items on a menu and makes a striking appearance when served. Convinces me that “The Red Jacket” would be a suitable renaming.

  • jennyjet


  • bhoori


  • Jessica Neiweem

    I would rename the lobster the Giant Sea Scorpion because that is exactly what they look like to me. I wonder, however, how changing its name would affect how many people eat them. I know I would not enjoy going to Red Giant Sea Scorpion for a seafood dinner.

  • Rochelle Pieper

    Giant ocean crawdad!

  • MT

    Pinchy McGee!

  • Stacie Snow


  • TheGamer Gurlz


  • TheGamer Gurlz

    Or water scorpion

  • Sara DuVall

    Red Fantail
    Simple, but to the point.

  • Sonja Perez


  • Diane Lane

    Yummy with butter.

  • Cheryl Termin


  • dottie p

    too expensive for me to eat.

  • Kari McDowell

    They are delicious. I would call the Filet Mignon Of the Sea

  • Pamela Treviño


  • Keli Farrand

    cape codder

  • Lisa Buczek


  • cyberbabe11


  • Jan Clark

    I would call my lobster Boris ☺

  • justinkeene

    large claws

  • Rebecca lee

    As I’m english it would likely have to be lobby maclobface, just like that damn boat we named “Boaty macboatface”!!

  • Ken Grant

    Succulent Claws

  • Emily Aiken

    Walking Vice grips

  • Sarah Gililland

    MR. lobster

  • Deb

    Armored Sea Claw

  • MyKinKStar

    Tasty Pincher

  • David

    I would say Leo because most Leo’s are a pain.

  • rose morgan

    Big Crawdaddy.

  • Ray Ayala

    Introducing the ambidexter!

  • Halia Vankirk

    Claw fish!

  • Terri Drummond


  • Tami N Bill Jansen

    Lil’ Nipper

  • Dulce Dela Trinidad


  • Colleen Paulson

    Clipper with lots of butter please!

  • Jessica Matte


  • Richard Vargas

    I would name it “The Grand Crawdaddy”, because it looks like a really big Crawdad (crayfish).

  • Dicksy Maneschyn

    Spider Sea crustaceans because they have eight legs with two claws and crawl in the sea.

  • Natania

    Maybe sine Lobsters are omnivores, we could rename them LOBNIVORSTER!

  • 77giggles


  • Meghan Ashley Brents-Houston

    Red Crawler

  • Leslie Anne Soloman

    I’m not a lobster connoisseur so I got nothing to add. I’ve never eaten it and probably never will.

  • ramadevi

    The Cream shell, since people say that it tastes yummy. But I never ate lobster.

  • Renae Brannon


  • Dana Macdonald

    Steve lol

  • Dana Nelson


  • Daniel

    Long Crab

  • The Claw or Sebastian…. hahhaha

  • Chiashing Wu


  • Sylvia

    Shelley in the red dress!

  • Surveys Profit

    Crawdaunt…… from Pokémon go…

  • Billy Butterworth


  • Irene McKenney

    Yummy. That’s what it is

  • Darren Doherty

    I would name the lobster, Lobby Redsand

  • Rhonda Cox


  • James Goucher

    Name it what it is a “SeaBug”.

  • Steve Albright

    Butter me Bob

  • dolfanatl

    claw roach

  • ibrahim mukwaya

    salt-water crustacean

  • Lynn

    Before I cooked him, it would be something simple like Larry, and then Red, of course, after I cooked it. After I ate him, I would call it Delicious!!

  • Melieke Stewart

    Mr krabs

  • Sharmaine

    Pinchy whisker-face

  • Carolyn Warner

    Sir Lobalicious

  • Judy Burba McGarvey

    I’d name him I Can’t Believe You Dipped Me in Butter!

  • Sandy Kosick


  • Chris10g

    Big-Ass Sea Bug

  • Emma J Reece

    Fire clawed

  • Hibaa Ali




  • Kerie Hernandez

    Mr. Red Clawsper

  • Christen

    Big-Ass Sea Bug

  • Joshua Fields


  • Tammie Janis

    Ruby. Lobsters are dark red so Ruby Red for my pick!

  • David John Hearst

    Looks East Coast, so, “DOWN EAST JACK”.

  • Rich Duda

    I would name the lobster “RedClaw”

  • Penny Tillman


  • Agha Raza Abbas


  • Cherie Wellman

    lol call him :yummy.

  • Linda Cupit

    I would name the lobster “Delicious.”

  • deedee walker

    Well, I’m from N.S.(Nova Scotia) lot of Lobster fishing here
    “Maritime Wally”

  • deedee walker

    hum I’m from the Maritimes, in Nova Scotia, lots of lobster fishing here, umm
    how bout “RedRum”

  • Carl

    Great Daddy of the Crawdad.

  • Luanne Vickery

    Libby the Lobster

  • Di Bailey

    Gandalph The Grey

  • Sharon Strohschein


  • Paige Kostyniuk

    I’d call him Champ. It suites him. Like as if he has these huge boxing gloves on.

  • Isabelle Renaud

    Red Clap

  • Patrick Alain


  • Adrienne White


  • Christine M. Scott

    Rock Crawler

  • Killin

    Cockroach of the sea

  • Killin

    decapod deliciosa

  • Taylor Rupert

    Larry the lobster lol slot machine joke