Game: Funny Town Names

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Anchorman's Comment
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Beaver, UT. Hooker, OK. Needles, CA.

I have been to Hooker, OK before. I didn't have an exact address so I just put the city in as my destination for my GPS. When I arrived it informed me that I was "arriving at Hooker on the left". I got a little excited for a minute...!

Dave's Comment
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What interesting town names stick in your head. I had a run from "peculiar Mo" to "normal IL".

Just glad I didn't go from normal to peculiar. Although tractor man will say I never left peculiar hahahah

As a Missouri boy I can offer you some Trivia about Peculiar MO. When the town applied for a Post Office, the application stated to "pick a name that was unique or peculiar". They chose Peculiar........

Licking Missouri is 40 miles south of where I grew up 😂


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ChickieMonster's Comment
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Rainy I don't mean to hijack your thread.

Butcher, you look soooo familiar. Did you go to private school here in SE MO?

ChickieMonster's Comment
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A private CDL school I should say...


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Rick S.'s Comment
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We had a game when I was touring with bands. Every town will "ville" in the name - substitute VEGAS for VILLE.

So, we're playing Ashevegas tonight.


Earl J.'s Comment
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Only TN and as far as I know it's only in Tennessee lol.

G-Town's Comment
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Someone beat me to the punch with Intercourse, PA. But there's also Blue Ball and Bird In Hand, PA.



And they are all right near each other

One other very important Amish town in Lancaster County (PA),...Paradise. A bustling community where the horses outnumber the residents.

Guys I drive through these towns with my Wally Wagon in and buggy encounters are frequent and to be expected. Whole different world...

My favorite sign somewhere on Rt 10: "Horse Wash - OPEN"

Truckin Along With Kearse's Comment
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Rainy, I sure hope we cross paths someday. Im sure it would be a Laughfest! You really crack me up sometimes.


Would be awesome. A lot of times I don't even mean to be funny lol. When I sit at the counter at TS 70% of the time the driver next to me pays for my meal to thank me for the great laughs lol.

I used a fake name to write my books cause I didn't want my bosses to know it was me. After the books circulated the building, of the bosses was like "there is no missing your sarcasm. I knew it was yours as soon as I read it". One of my reviews said " somehow she made a murder mystery have me burst out laughing ".

So yeah....would love to meet up. I wanted to try to get with Rick when I was in FL but dispatch complicated my life that day lol

Truckin Along With Kearse's Comment
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Rainy I don't mean to hijack your thread.

Butcher, you look soooo familiar. Did you go to private school here in SE MO?


Hahahhaha my smiley isn't working but I'm in a great mood today ;)

Michael S.'s Comment
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I'm going to say that this place in NFLD will do well in whatever ranking comes from this thread. I'm not going to spell its name, because it will just be censored by the site.

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