Across the pond, in a suburb of South Yorkshire, the long-suffering residents of Butt Hole Road couldn't take the jokes visiting tourists and back-side baring teens any longer. So, the homeowners recently banded together and had the street name changed to Archers Way. But don't worry, there are still tons of unique street names out there.
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U.K.'s 'Mail Online' recently reported that residents of Butt Hole Road banded together to change the street's unfortunate name to Archers Way. However, an internet petition has already been started to change the road's name back again.
Location: South Yorkshire, England
Fun Fact: Name comes from the spot's historic function as a source of water, a water butt being a container for collecting water.
Street Name Submitted by: K23beausoleil
Location: Lovell, Maine
Fun Fact: The New England Frontier Camp calls Quite A Road home. We wonder if its campers think it's "quite a road" or just an ordinary road?
Fun Fact: According to the City of Littleton, the old and now isolated Jackass Hill Road became a quiet place for young men to park with their girls and look over the valley. Mischievous youths also came for the purpose of stealing the street signs, "Jackass Hill Road," as souvenirs.
Fun Fact: The term "dingle berry" is used to describe a wad of horse excrement that gets caught near its behind or in its tail hair. Considering the road is nestled among horse farms, we are guessing the name was intentional?
Fun Fact: Several explanations have been given for the road's macabre name, none of which has ever been conclusively established. It has given rise to many local legends about ghosts and other paranormal activity along the road.
Fun Fact: You are at your "wits end" when you are very worried or upset because you have tried every possible way to solve a problem but cannot do it. We hope living on this street doesn't predispose its residents to feeling this way.
For Fun: Just like the fictional Jot 'Em Down store on the 'Lum and Abner' radio program (1932 - 1954), there is an area in Georgia named Jot Em Down Store, named after a store that was once located there.