You may think you're an Avocado connoisseur, but just because you may prefer a smashed avo toast than owning a home... doesn't mean you know everything about the odd fruit.
A brief history of the fruit reveals that the word actually means 'testicle'. Yep.
Avocado's have been popular since about 500 BC, in Mesoamerica (Mexico and Central America). During that time, the area was filled with Nahuatl-speaking Aztecs. When they discovered the fruit, they called it āhuacatl, which directly translates to 'testicle.'
How do you feel about smearing it all over your breakfast now? Personally, we think it'll make it even more popular among millennials...