My English relatives always thought Charlotte was a very odd name for a city.
We certainly don't have a Jane, Tennessee or Mary, Pennsylvania.
Or Matthew, South Carolina or Christopher, Massachusetts.
Manhattan and Harlem are 314 miles apart.
The people of Superior and Wisdom have a bit of an attitude about themselves.
The town of Alzada during Joe Montana's hey day was known as Joe.
In the Mussellshell Valley you can visit Two Dot and Checkerboard.
The town name I find most incongruous for Montana - Sumatra
"I am very good at reading women, but I get into trouble for using the Braille method."
~ Otterpop ~
"I'm very important. I have many leather-bound books and my apartment smells of rich mahogany"
My hometown made the list JNA posted; Bountiful. The running joke around rural Utah (and probably other parts of the rural west, you guys could tell me) is to say that you're from "Ranch Exit".
"...I would never try to tick Hink off. He kinda intimidates me. He's quite butch, you know." - Maister
We have Lizard Lick and Bahama (pronounce Ba-ha-ma, long a in the middle) in this neck of the woods. I have always thought the town I work for has the perfect name for a town, short, positive-sounding and unique. Sorry for being a tease, I will not be posting it
"Never invest in any idea you can't illustrate with a crayon." ~Peter Lynch
On a recent roadtrip, I found it humorous that the town of Comfort, TX was right down the road from Welfare, TX!
Not a town, but I always chuckle when I see the highway sign for Big Bone Lick State Park in Kentucky!