Ex Husband's Revenge

#1
I would like to congratulate the council planning department that thoughtfully allowed a begrudged ex partner to name the street of his former wife.

The road does exist and it's in Attleborough, Norfolk

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#2
I bet that there is no end of confusion/amusement when yu phone that in as your address!
 
#4
Perhaps no worse than Wyre Piddle or Piddle in the Hole, 2 villages somewhere eastish of Bristol if my memory hasn't faded too much.
 

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#6
I remember when I lived on Youriunedmylifeyoufuckingbitch Boulevard with my ex. Happy days.
 
#7
There's a place just outside Cheltenham called Uckington. Every Monday morning the council have to go and clean off the "F" that hilariously gets added to the front of the sign.
My sister used to live in Little Snoring, which was next to Great Snoring. Little Snoring was bigger than Great Snoring!
 
#8
There's a place just outside Cheltenham called Uckington. Every Monday morning the council have to go and clean off the "F" that hilariously gets added to the front of the sign.
My sister used to live in Little Snoring, which was next to Great Snoring. Little Snoring was bigger than Great Snoring!
Those long winter months aye!
 
#9
Perhaps I've got too much time on my hands, but according to Google Streetview, somebody appears to have nicked the sign.
I probably suffer from the same as you except I Googled it which took some of the urban myth out of it.

Somewhat notoriously, the village possesses a road known as Sluts Hole Lane, although this is most likely a spelling mistake made by late Victorian census takers which has passed into relatively modern usage. Attempts to restore the original name - Slutch Hole Lane - have been opposed by local historians. 'Slutch' is an old English word meaning slushy or muddy, and as part of the road remains in its original state, it would seem to be the correct term. Furthermore, maps and census documents held at Norwich's Library 'The Forum' prove that it was originally known as Slutch Hole Lane. However, this has not stopped local historians and media from making capital out of the misnomer.
 
#10
There's a small side street in Walsall, just off Ablewell Street, outside the town centre called Bullock's Row. The letter U has been modified to form an O.
 
#18
I bet you anything that 'Slutshole' is pronounced 'Slew-shoal' by the residents.

Electric Avenue, first street lit by electricity, and in South London. Who'd have thought it?
 

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