Funny Places

Funny Places

71. Punxsutawney, PA

Silly sounding nameand the home of Groundhog Day! See also Holidays.

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72. Pen Island

Google it. See also Sophomoric.

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73. Smackover, Arkansas

A real place. My mom lived there.

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74. Batman, Turkey

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75. Gnaw Bone, Indiana

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76. Brobdingnag

Fictional land of giants in Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels. See also Literature.

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77. Big Bone Lick State Park, Kentucky

Stopped there to get a shirt on our way to our honeymoon. It was my wife's idea. Too funny to pass up.

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78. Knob Noster, Missouri

As in, one who "Nosters knobs" for a living.

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79. Costco

The free samples must be parent-aproved, the toothbrushes are next to the inflatable pools, the products change weekly, and there are at least 4 people who live somewhere in its warehousey wonderland. See also Suburbs.

Added by CaptainCliche on March 1, 2010| Comment | You Like This |

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80. Sheboygan, Wisconsin

The legend of Social Studies. It's main exports are sausages and cheese. See also Dairy.

Added by a Guest on February 28, 2010| Comment | You Like This |

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