Weird/Rude Town Names

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  1. Done some googling found these ones on the first link:

    Ta Ta Creek (Canada)
    Submitted by Tracy A.

    Boysack (Scotland)

    Anus (France)
    Submitted by Mario B.

    Trim (Ireland)
    Submitted by N.M.

    Clap Hill (United Kingdom)

    Tittisee (Germany)
    Submitted by Tom R.

    Cockintake (United Kingdom)

    Ballplay (Tennessee)

    Caulkerbush (Scotland)
    Submitted by Curtis M.

    Agay (France)

    Assloss (Scotland)

    Bohner's Lake (Wisconsin)
    Submitted by Shannon B.

    Bigadic (Turkey)
    Submitted by Bud D.

    Backside (Scotland)

    Cockplay (Scotland)
    Submitted by Colin Y.

    Bangs Beach (Maine, USA)
    Submitted by Ian B.

    Bare (United Kingdom)

    Dickey (North Dakota, USA)
    Submitted by Dusty B.

    Blackdykes (England)

    Pennis Wood (United Kingdom)
    Submitted by Ian B.

    Gofuku (Japan)
    Submitted by Harry M.

    Three Cocks (Wales)
    Submitted by Harry M.

    Dickeyville (Wisconsin, USA)
    Submitted by Misty F.

    Dunmovin (California, USA)
    Submitted by Amanda N.

    Peterhead (Scotland)
    Submitted by Dave C.

    Mount Gay (West Virginia)

    Beaverville (Illinois, USA)
    Submitted by Katie K.

    Boody (Illinois, USA)
    Submitted by Katie K.

    Bone Gap (Illinois, USA)
    Submitted by Katie K.

    Vergennes (Illinois)
    Submitted by Katie K.

    Little Dix Village (West Indies)

    Tightsqueeze (Virginia, USA)
    Submitted by Barbara M.

    Iron Knob (Australia)
    Submitted by James R.

    Big Knockerstown (United Kingdom)
    Submitted by Matt W.

    Climax Springs (Missouri, USA)
    Submitted by Eric C.

    Fertile (Minnesota, USA)
    Submitted by Benny M.

    Ironwood (Minnesota, USA)
    Submitted by Kent

    Willacoochie (Georgia, USA)
    Submitted by Steve S.

    Moreheadsville (Pennsylvania, USA)
    Submitted by Mike B.

    Weener (Germany)

    Deep Gap (Tennessee, USA)
    Submitted by Curtis T.

    Glasscock (Texas, USA)
    Submitted by Alan J.

    Seman (Alabama, USA)
    Submitted by Crystal M.

    Long Dong (Guangxi, China)

    Titless (Switzerland)
    Submitted by James S.

    Onacock (Virginia, USA)
    Submitted by James E.

    Maiden Gully (Australia)
    Submitted by Carly

    Penistone (England)
    Submitted by Alan S.

    Fort Dick (California, USA)

    Gash (Iran)

    Probe (Utah, USA)

    Butztown (Pennsylvania, USA)
    Submitted by Ione J.

    Thong (England)
    Submitted by Martin

    Mary's Inlet (Canada)
    Submitted by Basil P.

    Bobbin Head (Australia)
    Submitted by Matt C.

    Mount Titlis (Switzerland)
    Submitted by Carole L.

    Sexmoan (Luzon, Philippines)

    Elephant Butte (New Mexico, USA)

    Dikshit (India)

    Pis Pis River (Nicaragua)

    Blowhard (Australia)
    Submitted by Dominic O.

    Sexbierum (Netherlands)
    Submitted by Sjouk K.

    Reamstown (Pennsylvania, USA)

    Pecker's Point (Newfoundland, Canada)
    Submitted by Matthew B.

    Lickdale (Pennsylvania)
    Submitted by Duane H.

    Pickles Gap (Arkansas)
    Submitted by Velton D.

    Nether Wallop (England)
    Submitted by Todd B.

    Petting (Germany)
    Submitted by Bob F.

    Mount Mee (Australia)
    Submitted by Ian

    Titting (Germany)
    Submitted by Bob F.

    Titty Ho (England)

    Yocumtown (Pennsylvania, USA)

    Fugit (Kentucky, USA)
    Submitted by Tad L.

    Assinippi (Massachusetts, USA)
    Submitted by Carol S.

    Big Cockup and Little Cockup (England)
    Submitted by Kirsty F.

    Cocktown (Wexford, Ireland)

    Cockburn (Australia)
    Submitted by Peter R.

    Bangor (Wales)
    Submitted by Matt

    Dyckesville (Wisconsin, USA)

    Ballville (Ohio, USA)

    Prickwillow (England)
    Submitted by Alam C.

    Black Charlie's Opening (Australia)
    Submitted by Helen Hills

    Kinmount (Ontario, Canada)
    Submitted by Crystal G. and Mikey P.

    Euren (Wisconsin, USA)

    Cockland (Ohio, USA)

    Spuzzum (Canada)
    Submitted by Mike B.

    Bloody Dick (Montana, USA)
    Submitted by S.B.

    Shafter (California, USA)

    Beaver (Oklahoma, USA)

    Mt. Buggery (Australia)
    Submitted by Stan L.

    Handcock Town (North Carolina, USA)
    Submitted by Michelle S.

    Shitlingthorpe (Yorkshire, UK)

    Sackville (Canada)
    Submitted by Kyle W.

    Twatt (Orkney, UK)

    Muff (County Donegal, Ireland)

    Maggie's Nipples (Wyoming, USA)
    Submitted by Tom M.

    Bone's Knob (Queensland, Australia)
    Submitted by Cyd

    Fingringhoe (Essex, UK)
    Submitted by Jill M.

    Titz (Germany)
    Submitted by Ryan A.

    Needmore (Texas, USA)
    Submitted by Sheila A.

    Fruitport (Michigan, USA)
    Submitted by Michelle F.

    Zip Down (Pennsylvania, USA)
    Submitted by Lucia H.

    Mount Holly (New Jersey, USA)
    Submitted by Chris

    Some are quite shite, but I only copy and pasted the whole lot.
  2. LancePrivateJones

    LancePrivateJones LE Book Reviewer

    What about Blubberhouses in Yorkshire?

    Fucking corking name.

  3. theres a town in northern ireland called Muff
    theres also a "TOP" petrol station in this town with a huge sign outside it saying TOP Muff

  4. wetwang in Yorkshire
  5. I was in fcukin tears when I read the Maggie's Nipples and Bone's Knob :lol:
  6. there is a town on the internet called

  7. I dont think its listed there but theres a town in the US called mianus
  8. What's the point of posting that long list?

    It's spoiled the individual's fun!

    You missed "Wank" in Bavaria.

    Pronounced "Vank"

  9. LancePrivateJones

    LancePrivateJones LE Book Reviewer

    Is there not a place in Der Vaterland called 'Wankum'?
  10. How about Pratts Bottom in Kent.

    There's a little place by us called Pink Green.
  11. There are two villages in England quite close to each other on separate rivers. One river being called the "Puddle" and the other, the "Piddle". So we get the two villages:

    Little Puddle on the Piddle


    Little Piddle on the Puddle.
  12. Beaver Falls, Intercourse, Blue Bal, Butztown, in Pennsylvania
    Assawoman in Virginia
    Seman in Alabama
    Fugit in Kentucky
    Bloody Dick in Montana
    Glasscock in Texas
    Bohner's Lake in Wisconsin
    Fort Dix in New Jersey

    just to name a few. More in Pennsylvania for some reason must be wacky folks.
  13. Ozzletwizzle (sp?) Lancs
  14. Fingringhoe (essex)
  15. Sandy Balls in Dorset. Cant help wet myself a little every time i pass it...