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“Underloaf” is a slang term for a fictional part of the human anatomy that can be used to stir confusion in health and medical-related discussions on Reddit.


On April 14th, 2014, Redditor Please_Stop_PMing_Me submitted a Success Kid image macro to the /r/AdviceAnimals[1] subreddit, which confessed to tricking his girlfriend into thinking he had irritated a made up body part called the “underloaf” (shown below). In the first 72 hours, the post gained over 13,700 up votes and 700 comments.


The same day on April 14th, 2014, Redditor John_McCuddles submitted a Bad Luck Brian image macro in which Brian is told he has underloaf cancer when visiting the doctor to /r/AdviceAnimals[3] (shown below, left). In the next 72 hours, the post gathered more than 11,600 up votes and 180 comments. On the following day, Redditor NeutrinosFTW submitted a “So I Got That Goin’ For Me” image macro joking that his “underloaf is great” to /r/AdviceAnimals,[6] accumulating upwards of 4,300 up votes and 60 comments in the following 48 hours (shown below, right).

Also on April 15th, Redditor DisRuptive1 submitted a post titled “Underloaf?” to the /r/OutOfTheLoop[2] subreddit, where he asked why the term was being referenced on the site. Meanwhile, Redditors kluanelaker[4] and TheTrueFlexKavana[5] posted comments joking about medical conditions concerning the underloaf.

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Snipe actually sounds like a plausible name for an animal. Underloaf does not sound anything like a body part. At best it might be some kind of innuendo for a body part, but really it sounds like some kind of culinary item.


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