30 Places With Names So Strange, You'll Think We're Making Them Up | 22 Words

So, where are you from? That's a normal question to ask when meeting somebody new, and most of the time it's actually just really boring filler.

But what if you lived in a place where the name was, shall we say, a little bit more unique?

If it was one of the towns below, I can guarantee it would spice up that conversation...

Hell, Michigan

via: Wikipedia

You can literally tell someone to, "Go to Hell" and there's nothing they can do about it.

Monkeys Eyebrow, Kentucky

via: List 25

Do they even have eyebrows? I'm not sure, but legend says that if you stand on the top of the hill and look down on the town, the town looks like it's in the shape of a monkey's eyebrow. In that case, there should be an apostrophe in that name, but I'm not the mayor.

Nothing, Arizona

via: List 25

There is NOTHING to see here. Nothing at all...

Chicken, Alaska

via: Flickr

What do they call the residents? Chickens? Hens and Roosters? Chickeners?

Bumpass, Virginia

via: Virginia

No one will ever know if you're telling them where you're from or what you want them to do.

Anus, France

via: Wordpress

It's a name that all the residents can really get behind.

Windpassing, Austria

via: List 25

Now the residents here are some that you wouldn't want to get behind, especially after Taco Tuesday.

Truth or Consequences, New Mexico

via: Colorado Guy

I guess it's a little better than Truth or Dare, although not nearly as fun.

Humptulips, Washington

via: Wikipedia

Better than roses, given the whole "thorn" situation, if you know what I mean.

Yolo County, California

via: Pinterest

"Yes, I know 'you only live once,' but where do you actually live?"

Boring, Oregon

via: Wordpress

This is Boring. No, literally, this is Boring.

Accident, Maryland

via: Flickr

"No, honey. You weren't an accident. You're from Accident."

Intercourse, Pennsylvania

via: Wikipedia

If the school's mascot isn't the Trojans, they're doing this town a disservice.

Hooker, Oklahoma

via: Trip Advisor

See? You have to have a fitting mascot. Well done, Hooker! Well done!

Batman, Turkey

via: Wikipedia

To the Bat Cave!

Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, Wales

via: Wikipedia

Often shortened to Llanfair PG, it translates to English as "St. Mary's church in the hollow of the white hazel near to the rapid whirlpool of Llantysilio of the red cave." Good luck with that.

Why, Arizona

via: Blogspot

Good question...if only there was an answer to that! Wait...

Whynot, Mississippi

via: Only In Your State

There you go.

Dildo, Newfoundland

via: Wikipedia

Apparently there have been several campaigns to change the name, but the residents always vote them down. After all, who wouldn't love Dildo?

Lickskillet, Texas

via: Only In Your State

But not advisable if that skillet is a flaming heap of fajitas.

Cheesequake, New Jersey

via: Pinterest

That sounds like a delicious natural disaster.

Nowhere Else, Australia

via: Tumblr

Well, there's Nowhere Else to go, so I guess we're stuck here.

Titty Hill, England

via: Thrillist

Located in rural Sussex, it's a great place to visit on your way to nearby Wetwang and Shitterton.

Cut and Shoot, Texas

via: Cyburbia

Did I even have to add that it was in Texas? It's a pretty safe assumption, I think.

Toad Suck, Arkansas

via: City Lab

They were going to go with Frog Blow, but that didn't make any sense.

Santa Claus, Georgia

via: List 25

Maybe that's where Santa winters...

Puke, Albania

via: Pinterest

Let's take a walk through Puke! I want to go to Puke!

Hot Coffee, Mississippi

via: Mental Floss

Much better than Tepid Tea.

Pee Pee, Ohio

via: Trillist

Do you want to go to Pee Pee? It's a No. 1 destination.

Fartsville, Indiana

via: Pinterest

Because, of course, these are No. 2.