These 10 Texas Towns Have The Dirtiest Sounding Names
When it comes to living in Texas, there's plenty of diversity. The people, the food - it all makes living in the Lone Star State special to me. Something else extremely unique is all the different names we have for towns. Sure, you've probably already heard about Paris, Dublin, London, and Moscow all being Texas towns, but it gets more devilish than that.
Texas is a mighty big place with a lot of square footage, enough for the tiniest of communities whose names can sound downright dirty and might even make you giggle. Estately has revealed a complete list of the most lewd-sounding town names you'll ever come across. Now's not the time to blush. Let's take a look at some of the dirtiest-sounding town names our state has to offer.
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Located near the Killeen-Temple area, you'll find the tiny town of Ding Dong. Careful who you mention this town around.
A community of about 1000 residents, Cumings is located in Fort Bend County.
Not too terribly far from Abilene, you'll find the town of Bangs located in Brown County.
I was today years old when I learned there was a Latex, Texas. Who knew, right?
What kind of camp are we talking about here? This Texas town is located in Real County.
Gumby I've heard of, but never a location named Cumby...until now. It was named after Confederate army veteran Robert H. Cumby.
What's the fascination with the word "wood" in names? There's a bunch out there. Friendswood is near Houston.
Just over 300 folks live in this tiny Texas town. It's located in the center of Dickens County.
Not a very fortunate name. But, a beautiful area. Tool sits alongside Cedar Creek Lake in Henderson County. It's a popular spot for retirees.
Not the lewdest of names but...use your imagination. Its nickname is "The Windmill Town", for its J.B. Buchanan collection of windmills.
Texas is a state full of towns with some original names, you have to admit. Maybe someday when I'm traveling, I'll come across Ding Dong. My out-of-state friends probably won't believe me.
What's more, Texas has a handful of cities with nasty nicknames. Get ready to take things one step further. Read below and you'll see what I mean.