Every time you drive through this town, your insurance rates go WAY up.
This is the greatest city in the entire United States, according to Sir Mix-A-Lot.
Nothing is an abandoned ghost town in Arizona. As you can see from the picture, even the rock shop closed down. And if a town can't even sell rocks, you know it's in trouble.
If you're going on a road trip through Europe, you can either drive through this city or detour through I'm-On-The-Pill, France.
We're guessing this town got it's name after the Easter Bunny paid a visit and was a little too good at hiding things.
This is officially listed as an "unincorporated community" instead of a full city, but it does have its own cemetery. Which is probably just where they bury all their used Kleenex.
In Hamlet, when Marcellus said, "Something is rotten in the state of Denmark," he was probably referring to this city.
They originally wanted to call this place Femaledogfield, but it took too long to write.
This town name is pretty ridiculous...mostly because it should actually be either "Toads Suck" or "Toad Sucks." Doesn't this city understand proper grammar?
This town sounds like it will be exciting, but when you get there it's a bit disappointing.
Before going here, you might want to first visit Foreplaytulips.
Unlike Intercourse, Pennsylvania, these towns' names will not let you down.
It's possible that you may know someone from this town. They just don't want to admit it.
In 1999, the city of Halfway, Oregon changed their name to Half.com for a full year, after the website agreed to pay them $110,000. Although we're guessing the city originally wanted twice that much but could only get half.
Okay, this one can't really be called a fail. Unless having the most awesome town name of all time now qualifies as failure.