Lots of you are talking about the children’s bubblegum sweets Camel Balls, after one parent branded them “explicit”.
So we’ve taken a look at some other products on the market to see if they really have the worst name out there.
Here are some of the ones we’ve found - how many of these can you remember?
Uncle Joe’s Mint Balls:
A family favourite with a variety of sweets in their range. But you can’t beat this classic. They’re still available to buy today so what are you waiting for?
The sour-flavoured bubbly may not be seen in shops that often now, but they’re doing a roaring trade online. Do you remember them?
Hanky Panky popcorn:
A toffee relic of the 70s. Coated in caramel and packed full of nuts, this really was the only thing to snack on while watching the telly.
Charms Blow Pops:
As a child, a cheeky lolly on a trip to the shops was the perfect treat. Did you ever get bought one of these?
Weasel Puke Coffee:
Artisan coffee is certainly the “in” thing at the moment. But is this taking it too far? A strange way to get a different flavour.
Civet Poop Coffee:
Same as above. Would you try it?
Cock flavoured soup mix:
In supermarkets near you, a different kind of chicken soup.
Heinz Spotted Dick:
A classic British pudding, perhaps, but one that always baffles our neighbours from other countries. Tastes better than it sounds!
Mr Brain’s pork faggots:
You’ve definitely seen these in the supermarket at least once. Admit it. Have you ever bought them?
Another confectionery favourite and in a variety of fruit flavours too. Get down to your local sweetie shop and get a quarter in a paper bag. Apple, cherry or blueberry?