Tennessee has some pretty crazy town names, and we scoured the internet to find 15 that are SURE to get you giggling. We bet the people there are crazy-kind and nice; also we’re pretty sure they have a great sense of humor. Can you imagine telling folks from out of town that you’re from Soddy Daisy? We love it. Tennessee, you got character.
15) Armathwaite: Named by Alwyn Maude in the late 19th century, Armathwaite has a century old tinge to the title.
14) Screamer: You can take this one as you will.
13) St. Bethlehem: We have one question – how many churches are actually in St. Bethlehem…? Do they have a lot on principal? Or do they rise above expectation?
12) Bone Cave: This is eerie.
11) Hanging Limb: This one is eerier.
10) Mousetail Landing: Actually a ghost town now, there’s said to be structures still standing underneath the lake.
9) Striggersville: Sounds kind of close to, “Triggerville,” which makes us feel like the second amendment is held up quite solidly here.
8) Lovejoy: All the happiness here. What a great place to raise optimistic babies!
7) Cash Point: We doubt this is where you go to make your millions, but the town looks pretty sweet.
6) McMinnville: Say this three times fast. It’s like the Mississippi of Tennessee.
5) Walter Hill: Located in Rutherford County, we think you could pretty solidly name your child after this lovely little town.
4) Ozone: From the name, we’re guessing Cumberland County really cares about the environment.
3) Krapp Springs: Well…we don’t have much to say about this one. Except we’re sure that everyone has a solid sense of self-confidence over here.
2) Trenton: This may not be the weirdest name on our list, but they have the largest teapot collection in the world.
1) Lakesite: Yes, you’re right! There IS a lake in Lakesite!