While "G20" conjures up many images of non-intercontinental-commander-coitus, I do not believe that it is becoming of what is supposed to be the annual preeminent meeting for policy-making in the world today. The G20 is a fine name for many things--a mid-size sedan made by Infiniti; the rapping nickname of Warren G's great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great grandson; an isotope for a non-existent chemical element ("Goron," say, or "Goxygen"). Further insult was added by a recent earworm of an idiotic rap song, forever linking the letter G followed by a number with dance floor stupidity rather than economic progress:
I'm getting really good at Photoshop.
Part of my problem with "G20" might not the various associative difficulties I have, but rather the word "Group" itself (for newcomers/non-news-readers, G20 stands for "Group of 20"). "Group": such an uninspiring, turd-on-the-carpet of a collective noun to describe this hypothetically inspiring and transformative meeting. How about "coalition," "action squad," "synergy murder convergence"? A group is arbitrary, static: a group is something alcoholics attend (insert joke about W. Bush no longer being in office), a collection of people who bargained for a coupon worth $20 of savings at Pottery Barn, the category on the sidebar of a pornography website in between "fetish" and "Hentai."
[Now I know why Germany and Japan showed up, respectively].