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Not sure what’s going on in Europe, but it’s full of places that seem to be named by some very immature adolescent children. They’re suggestive, inappropriate, and some, downright naughty. If you’re big into selfies, you’ve got to travel to these spots just for the photo-op that’s sure to get thousands of likes on Instagram. Or, if you could just use a giggle – it’s still worth a trip to these ridiculously named places. So sit back and relax (and laugh) at the following, insanely inappropriate and naughty names of places in the UK.
Tickle Cock Bridge
Why not Tickle Armpit Bridge or Tickle Feet Bridge, instead? Tickle Cock Bridge is the name of a pedestrian underpass in Castleford, England. And it’s a name that’s NOT to be taken literally.
Butt Hole Road
Something stinks. No, not this oddly named place in South Yorkshire. It’s the name of this street in Conisbrough.
Hey, I did this last night. Just kidding. Ugh, the name of this little village in Essex is too inappropriate even for me.
I can’t tell if this is a road sign, or a warning sign. This one in Malvern, Worcestershire is quite the charmer. If you’re planning a visit, I guess you’re free to get as excited as you want.
Great idea sign in Heage, Derbyshire. I think I’ll do that tonight. Wait, do you mean spank her? Or Spank it?
Is this some sort of a cheap shot at a Catholic Priest? After all, it is a little town in England where clergymen have been known to stay. Nah, the wood is probably just referring to the trees. That must be it.
Ok road in Northamptonshire. Are you serious? Or are you just asking for some snickering selfies?
Ummm, sign, are you talking about the four-legged kind – or the one with two legs. Who knows? All that is known is that this sign is just north of Buttock in Horsham, West Sussex. Rather ironic don’t you think?
Hey St. Mellons, how’s the mellons there? Are they big and firm? Soft and juicy? Guess I’ll just have to take a trip to South Wales to find out.
That sounds painful. Well, not to these chaps who seem to be standing rather proudly beside this ridiculously named sign. FYI, for just a mere $200,000, you can own a quaint little home on Cockshutt lane in Sheffield.