When Nasa turned to Twitter to ask for help in naming the seven newly-discovered planets, they really should have known it wasn’t going to be taken too seriously.
— NASA (@NASA) February 24, 2017
Despite asking for help the following day after the discovery, suggestions by the public are still coming in thick and fast.
Of course, this was among them.
Planet McPlanetface 1
Planet McPlanetface 2
Planet McPlanetface 3
And so on…
— kevblokey (@kevblokey) March 1, 2017
Memes also made an appearance.
— Phillip Ashworth (@ashcan1979) March 2, 2017
Things got topical.
— Patrycia (@Amy_Patry) March 2, 2017
Things got deep.
Is There Life
Hope of Life
Dreaming of Life
Searching for Life
Any Life Yet
Life as We Know It
Any Life at All #7namesfor7planets
— Eve Melle (@eve_melle) March 2, 2017
Some decided to recite their upcoming weekend plans.
Time To Switch To Beer#7NamesFor7NewPlanets
— Inclusive Or (@inclusiveorate) March 2, 2017
Someone got a bit obsessed with Ed. (He’s not even called Ed?)
Ed, Eddie, eddy, mcEd, EddyMcEdface, Edderson, Edward #7NamesFor7NewPlanets
— Jason (@JasonKetel) March 2, 2017
And some still can’t forget about #JusticeForPluto.
Long Live Pluto
We Love Pluto
Screw You For Killing Pluto
Planet of the Keks
— Idiocracy Rising (@TideOfFools) February 24, 2017