The following is a list of Nereids, the sea nymphs of Greek mythology. But some of them aren't mythical, but merely made up. Click on the FIVE that you think are FAKES.
And the not-so-legendary answers are as follows: Drymo, Protomedia, Thoosa, Pontomedusa, Dexamine, Thoe and Doris (yes!) are the REAL nymphs. (You can find a full list of Nereids here.) This means that Flymo, Loosa, Asprine, Floe and Tichibochsis are of course entirely non-existent in standard mythological sources. However, if you'd like to make up a few stories and sneak them into an eminent work of classical scholarship, I for one would definitely get a giggle out of it.
In other news, I see that professional Irish scenery-chewer (and former Steven Moffat employee) James Nesbitt has had a hair transplant. My question to the universe is "For the sake of all that's stylish, WHY?" I realize that going bald can be a distressing event for a man, but no artificial means of compensation ever looks good. Don't even be tempted to try, you'll only end up looking like a right Shatner. The only way to deal with it is to brazenly display your bonce to the world and remember that, if it's good enough for Patrick Stewart, it's good enough for you...