Better Collective Nouns for Animals

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"A gaggle of goslings?" No, let's call a group of baby geese a "Ryan of goslings." Instead of a "drove of bulls," say a "load of bulls." Don't say a "cast of hawks," but a "Tony of hawks." Jeff Wysaski has some great ideas for new plural nouns for animals.

Question: what should a collection of Neatoramanauts be called?

Content warning: some foul language in the text of the video.

-via Pleated Jeans

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A friend of mine once came up with a great word for a group of congressmen: a flatulence of congressmen. This would make a great news line: "Legislation could not proceed because there was an insufficiently large flatulence to meet a quorum."

(Maybe a flatulence of politicians would be more generic)
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