6 names Dory from ‘Finding Nemo’ would be calling this storm if she were talking to Marlin

We Finding Nemo enthusiasts know quite well that Dory is loyal, fearless, and the ultimate optimist, but there’s also no denying that she’s the beloved buffoon of the movie’s maritime gang. Despite the fact she embarks on a quest across the ocean to find her new friend Marlin’s son Nemo, Dory, who suffers from short-term memory loss, just can’t seem to remember the name of that little guy she’s searching for.

This winter season, The Weather Channel has taken the liberty to give winter storms “noteworthy” names to raise awareness of the storms’ potential impacts. We commend the The Weather Channel for using its pick for the letter N so wisely; we definitely agree that Nemo is a noteworthy name. Given Dory’s inability to remember anything for more than ten seconds, here are some “noteworthy” storm names that start with N that she’d probably use instead when referring to Winter Storm Nemo.

1) Ne-Yo: Ugh, Dory’s “so sick of [snow storms].” There’s also so much snow in this video. It just makes sense.

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Time-waster of the day: February 27, 2012

Remember your favorite TV dad, Nigel Thornberry? Well, luckily for us, it looks like he’s given up making nature documentaries and has pursued a career in music.

Nigel has teamed up with your favorite artists to bring his magic “blargh”s touch to the most classic of jamz. He’s just such a wild Thornberry.

Whip My BLARGH – Willow Smith (feat. Nigel Thornberry)

FriBLARGH – Rebecca Black (feat. Nigel Thornberry)

Aaron’s Party (Come Get Blargh) – Aaron Carter (feat., you guessed it, Nigel Thornberry)

More of Nigel’s characteristic “blargh“s await you. YouTube is your oyster: search away, friends.