OK...as a chef and someone educated about food, I was appalled the first time I saw the Long John Silver's commercials advertising Buttered Lobster Bites made with "real Langostino lobster." The term Langostino lobster is a nickname for a certain crustacean called the Squat Lobster. The word langostino is Spanish for prawn. (It may be familliar to some people becuase it is very common for European chefs to refer to prawns as langostines.) Squat lobster, however, are not prawns. They are not even lobsters at all, but are more closely related to hermit crabs and then, more distantly, true crabs. It is so aggrivating to me that the FDA allows “langostino” as a market name for these squat lobsters which are so far from true lobster it is almost funny, but not quite. They are fricking hermit crabs! Most are 3-5 inches in size. This is NOT Lobster! It's even more aggrivating because those certain businesses who use this shady advertising ploy are banking on the fact that the general American public isn't going to know the difference. And truly, most people don't know and don't care. It saddens me to know that I live in a country where this is a daily practice of advertising agencies which is approved by government agencies, and the citizens are too ignorant to know the difference, or even care.