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Old 05-02-2008, 05:58 PM
 
Location: Wasilla, Alaska
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Deadhorse, AK, and Chicken, AK (the founder of the town couldn't spell ptarmigan).
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Old 05-04-2008, 01:06 PM
 
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Hayfork, CA- home of the forky hay farm

Todd, PA- were the local artist, Todd Todd lives. no, really, thats his full name

Fort Payne, AL- where its a pain to fortify your fears

Hereford, CO- when you move there, you get a free 1963 Ford truck, with a specail package, of 343,989 millage

Cushing, OK- with their accent, it spells cussing, and thats what they are good at

Antwerp, OH- found by aunte werp of Cleveland.

Dodd City, TX- found by Sam Houstons brother, Dorky Dodd

Tripoli, IO- locals say they found a mysterious man with three legs at the local landfill

Orangeville, IL- home of Illinois largest Orange farm, with a total area of .2 acres

haha
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Old 05-05-2008, 12:21 AM
 
Location: Baton Rouge
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In Louisiana:

Shongaloo
Belle Chasse
Pierre Part
Sulphur
Slaughter
Cut Off
Chackbay
Anacoco
Plain Dealing
Dry Prong
Lacassine
Dixie Inn
Mamou
Zwolle
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Old 05-05-2008, 05:57 PM
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Location: Suburban Dallas
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From Tennessee, you can say Chattanooga (yeah, I know. But it's still funny in a way).

Now from Texas, we have some other small towns. Here they are below.

Mobeetie
Dial
Grit
Noodle
Veribest
Earth
Wink
Seven Sisters
Cheapside
Oatmeal
Blanket
Hare
Direct
Chalk
Grow
Fairy
Topsey
Uncertain
Oklahoma (no joke)
Birthright
Nada
Cost
Concrete
Sublime
Flat Fork
Personville

And there you are!


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Old 06-26-2008, 09:39 AM
 
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Default Plumnelly GA

"Plum" out of Tennessee and "Nelly" out of Georgia.
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Old 06-26-2008, 09:40 AM
 
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Default Hot Coffee, Mississippi*

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Old 03-19-2010, 11:49 AM
 
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holy crap! my English professor is from Iron Station
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Old 03-19-2010, 03:52 PM
 
Location: Austin,Tx
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Texas:

Ben Bolt,Tx
Leakey,Tx
Hope,Tx
Moody,Tx
Welfare,Tx
Normannna,Tx
Grit,Tx
Bee House,Tx
Beeville,Tx
Circleville,Tx
Jollyville,Tx
Moffat,Tx
Iraan,Tx
Valentine,Tx
Kermit,Tx
Pumpville,Tx
Wolfe City,Tx
Klondike,Tx
Otto,Tx
Wheelock,Tx
Garciasville,Tx
Cotulla,Tx
Skidmore,Tx
Bebe,Tx
Speaks,Tx
Weedhaven,Tx
Sargent,Tx
Elmo,Tx
Blackfoot,Tx
Arp,Tx
Waka,Tx
Hoop And Holler,Tx
Egypt,Tx
Lovelady,Tx
Needmore,Tx
Staples,Tx
Nemo,tx
Tarzan,Tx
Frognot,Tx
Hogeye,Tx
Cactus,tx
Kickapoo,Tx
Telephone,Tx
Telegraph,Tx
Twitty,Tx
Whiteface,Tx
Kilgore,Tx
Muleshoe,Tx
Ding Dong,Tx
Farewell,Tx
Winnie,Tx
Venus,Tx
Goliad,Tx
Sylvester,Tx
Camelot,tx
Dilley,Tx
Looneyville,Tx
Tigertown,Tx
Little Hope,Tx
Grow,Tx
Needville,Tx
Study Butte,Tx
Fink,Tx
Earth,Tx
Echo,Tx
Gun Barrel City,Tx

Alaska

Candle,Ak
Chicken,Ak
Dead Horse,Ak
Kake,Ak
Krik,Ak
Manley Hot Springs,Ak
Mary's Igloo,Ak
Nightmute,Ak
North Pole,Ak
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Old 03-20-2010, 07:29 AM
 
Location: Brooklyn
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I don't know how much it counts (because it's not on the map any more) but when the metropolis that became Minneapolis/St. Paul was founded, it was named Pig's Eye. I think it's a shame that the name was changed; don't you think it would be fun to have a state capital called Pig's Eye?
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Old 03-20-2010, 08:44 AM
 
Location: Jersey City
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Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ
Loveladies, NJ
Manunka Chunk, NJ (sounds like a proxy for badonkadonk to me)

and I get a giggle when thinking about the Battle of Assunpink Creek, near Trenton.
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