Naming a city is important.
Streets, parks, and buildings can be renamed eventually, but when you choose a name for a city, it's bound to be there awhile.
A name should be strong, it should be timeless and it should memorable.
The following Canadian cities decided to take another route and the results are pretty fucked up.
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We have some adorable towns that sound like they were named after baby bunnies, and we have some that might just make you gag a little.
Here are the 30 Canadian towns with the most fucked up names.
Bacon Cove, Newfoundland
I'm already moving there so I can open BaconCoveBlog.com.
We need more towns named after Disney Characters.
Happy Adventure, Newfoundland
I sure hope their tourism office has plenty to offer.
Apparently there's a sign when you leave town that says: "Come Again".
The town was actually named after the pet dog of the wife of the Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada at the time.
So much better than Shit's Creek.
You can't have balls creek without balls falls.
Sadly it isn't an amusement park.
Blow Me Down, Newfoundland
The village was named by a ship captain, which is fitting since it sounds like an old sea shanty.
I'll just skip this one entirely.
The land of double bagging.
Pain Court, Ontario
This place sounds kinda dangerous.
Big Beaver, Saskatchewan
In case you weren't sure, it's NOT Ottawa.
Sober Island, Nova Scotia
I bet they party harder than anyone else.
Crotch Lake, Ontario
Found by Mike Rotch. Speaking of which has anyone seen Mike Rotch lately?
Stoner, British Columbia
Of course, it's located in B.C.
I hope they never change their name.
They split away from Dullsville long ago.
Named after a baby who saw a dog passing by.
Salmon Arm, British Columbia
There must be some kind of nuclear power plant there if the fish have arms.
This town is on fleek.
Every hotel room is a honeymoon suite.
Heart’s Desire, Newfoundland
So just to recap Newfoundland has Dildo, Blow Me Down, and Happy Adventure. Sounds like a party!
Punkeydoodles Corners, Ontario
Yankee Doodle's canadian cousin. Legend has it, it was named by the mayor who happened to be a cartoon squirrel.
Keg River, Alberta
Don't swallow the water.
Dead Man's Flats, Alberta
Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.
Crapaud, Prince Edward Island
It used to be called Oh Crap, but that seemed too obvious.
Lady Slipper, Prince Edward Island
Formerly known as Man Shoe. Named after Fu Machu. Okay, not really.