31 of the Funniest Named Cities in America

Number One: Left Hand, West Virginia. Believe it or not, this is the name of a real city in the United States.

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Number Two: Salmon, Idaho. Yep, this one too.

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Number Three: Big Trees, California. Hmmm…I wonder what’s in this city.

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Number Four: Beaver, Utah. After coming across the third city named Beaver, I had to put one of them on the list.

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Number Five: Odd, West Virginia. Well, this one is just plain…odd.

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Number Six: Ninety Six, South Carolina. I didn’t know cities could be named after numbers.

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Number Seven: D’Lo, Mississippi. While there are simply not enough vowel sounds in the name of this city, D’Lo does have some of the most beautiful lakes and forests in America.

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Number Eight: Waterproof, Louisiana. The reason Waterproof lands on this list is because it is actually located on the Mississippi River.

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Number Nine: Friday, Texas. Despite this city’s awesome name, it only has a population of approximately 100 people.

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Number Ten: Lost Cabin, Wyoming. This one is simply so eerie that it freaks me out. It reminds me of a city you would see in a horror movie.

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Number Eleven: Tipton, Michigan. As soon as I saw the name of this city, I was instantly taken back to my childhood days of watching the Suite Life of Zack & Cody.

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Number Twelve: Oswegatchie, New York. I’m not afraid to say that I copy-and-pasted the name of this city because I knew I would spell it wrong if I didn’t.

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Number Thirteen: Brothers, Oregon. I’m not quite sure why anyone would name a city Brothers, but I have to wonder… Is there a city named Sisters too?

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Number Fourteen: Sisters, Oregon. Sure enough, Brothers’ companion city, Sisters, is located just down the road.

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Number Fifteen: The Forks, Maine. I didn’t know cities could be named after utensils either.

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Number Sixteen: Ideal, Illinois. Since this city has only one intersection, it’s not exactly ideal like its name would suggest.

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Number Seventeen: Guys Store, Texas. This should be the name of a store, not a city!

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Number Eighteen: Two Egg, Florida. This town’s name is quite ridiculous, but shouldn’t it be “Two Eggs” anyway?

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Number Nineteen: Alfalfa, Oregon. Alfalfa is a funny word to begin with, and the fact that it is also the name of a city just makes it even funnier.

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Number Twenty: Halfway House, California. This is another city on the list that is simply creepy, rather than amusing or funny whatsoever.

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Number Twenty-One: Maybee, Michigan. Sounds like this city is unsure of its own name.

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Number Twenty-Two: Lovelady, Texas. Ooh, how romantic.

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Number Twenty-Three: Michigan City, Indiana. This city’s name makes no sense whatsoever since it is not located in Michigan. However, it does offer an incredible view of the beautiful Lake Michigan.

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Number Twenty-Four: Moose, Wyoming. I’m guessing they have a lot of moose here.

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Number Twenty-Five: Avocado, California. A city named after a food is certainly out of the ordinary.

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Number Twenty-Six: China, Maine. A city named after a country is even weirder.

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Number Twenty-Seven: Grabtown, North Carolina. Ladies and gentlemen, keep an eye on your personal belongings.

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Number Twenty-Eight: Rib Lake, Wisconsin. This city’s name does not make sense whatsoever because, let’s face it, ribs of any kind do not come from lakes.

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Number Twenty-Nine: Zzyzx, California. Surely there are not enough vowels in this city’s name for it to be an actual word.

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Number Thirty: Roach, Nevada. I don’t understand why anyone would ever want to live here.

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Number Thirty-One: Friendship, Wisconsin. Last but not least, Friendship, Wisconsin, which sounds like a city you would find in a utopian society.

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