Sep 26, 2016 8:36 AM
Lewd place names around the country include New Hampshire's Effingham
Fall road trip pro tip: If you're looking for Intercourse, drive straight up from Short Pump and make a hard left at Ramtown.
The real estate website Estately.com has posted a list of suggestive-sounding place names throughout the country. The site, which bills itself as a "simple, reliable and fun" place to look for a home online, offers their take on titillating town names.
"To do this, we placed our minds in the gutter and spent days looking over detailed maps and scrutinizing the names of all cities, towns and unincorporated communities for anything that sounded even remotely sexual or perverse," according to their blog.
New Hampshire's claim to Estately.com fame? Effingham. Runner up is the town of Merrimack.
The Granite State's neighbor, Vermont, came in with a few choices. Two of them, Hancock and Antrim, are absent from the Granite State list even though the two New England states share those town names.
So if you have some time on your hands and are out to Seymour Johnsons, that road trip will take you coast-to-coast from Connecticut to California. Seymour, Conn., is on the list, as is Johnsons, Calif.
Schoolyard-themed humor road trip, be sure to include Fertile, Iowa; Mary's Igloo, Alaska; Three-Way, Ariz.; Beaverlick, Ky.; Dry Prong, La.; Climax, Mich.; Sweatman, Miss.; Beaver City, Neb.; Sugar Bunker, Nev.; Pie Town, N.M.; and Nibley, Utah.
If all else fails, head to Cucumber, W.Va. But stay away from Cheat Lake, Wis.