10 Suggestive Names of Real Locations Worldwide — Part 2: Chest Version
Have you ever been to a place somewhere in this wonderful world in which we live which has a name that seems suggestive — or perhaps less than wholesome? In locations outside of the country where you are based, the names of locations may seem to have a different meaning to you than the actual origin — but when those strange names are found in the same country as yours, they may tend to have you scratching your head.
10 Suggestive Names of Real Locations Worldwide — Part 2: Chest Version
This article is the second in a series which give examples of suggestive names of real locations around the world; and as a form of proof that they actually exist, an interactive Google map is included with each entry — along with a brief description of the highlighted location — and the main focus of this article is on chests and breasts.
Without further ado, let us begin — and the locations are listed in this article in alphabetical order…
1. Brest, France
Brest is the second largest administrative center in the cultural region of Brittany — or Bretagne — on what seems to be the nipple of western France along the natural sheltered harbor known as Banc du Corbeau; and it is located approximately 590 kilometers west of Paris and fewer than 300 kilometers northeast of Nantes. Although the former independent kingdom and duchy was bombed heavily in 1944 during World War II, Brest received a lot of support in terms of being rebuilt with a vision of the future and has plenty to offer visitors. By the way, this city does have its own coat of arms — which is appropriate, as the word arm when translated into French is bras.
2. Busti, New York, United States
Located in Chautauqua County in southwestern New York approximately 2.75 miles north from the border New York shares with Pennsylvania and 370 miles northwest of New York, the town of Busti was founded in the year 1823. One would think that Busti should have instead been located in the bosom of the state of New York — but that might have been squeezing it too close to the Finger Lakes region; and to have Busti Schenectady Finger Lakes might have required at least one cop to feel out the lascivious element.
3. Nipple, Utah, United States
You will need the high beams of your headlights when driving on the road near Nipple at night, as it is located at the foot of the Foote Range in a rather mountainous region in western Utah only 12.75 miles from the border Utah shares with Nevada and approximately 200 miles southwest of Salt Lake City. This location is not to be confused with Mollie’s Nipple, which is also approximately 200 miles away from Nipple. Well, at least we know that Utah properly has two Nipples.
4. Sugartit, Kentucky, United States
This sweet rural former community is located in Boone County on what is seemingly the northernmost nipple of the state of Kentucky. Also originally known as Pleasant Ridge in the year 1883 and then changed to Gunpowder — as it is located along Gunpowder Creek — during the 1920s, Sugartit is derived from the term sugar tit, which described a type of homemade pacifier for babies that was created by tying a piece of sugar into a small square of clean cloth or muslin with twine or a rubber band; and then twisting it into what resembled a bulb. According to page 427 of The Encyclopedia of Northern Kentucky — which was edited by Paul A. Tenkotte and James C. Claypool — the community received the name Sugartit because two local men would go to its general store to pick up their mail and exchange news during the winter months when farm chores were not very demanding, and they would often return home late for dinner; and their exasperated wives would remark that they “had to have a sugartit at the store.” That Sugartit is a part of the greater metropolitan area of Florence and is technically no longer a community really sucks.
5. Ta Ta Creek, British Columbia, Canada
Land is not inexpensive in the Ta Ta Creek area in East Kootenay in southern British Columbia, which might cause someone to say “Ta ta” as in “goodbye” rather than prompt some woman to flaunt her “ta tas” — but its proximity due south of both Kootenay National Park and Banff National Park may be the reason for the high real estate values; and the drive between Ta Ta Creek and Calgary is slightly greater than four hours with no traffic impediments. In fact, just Skookumchuck that idea altogether.
6. Teton Village, Wyoming, United States
If you are wondering why Teton Village is included in this list, that is because the word téton in French translates into the English word nipple. Teton Village is located near Jackson Hole in western Wyoming — and yes, Jackson Hole deserves its own entry in this series in a future article. If your Yellowstone is parked and aching to feel a large mound, you may want to take a peek of the rendezvous at Rendezvous Peak, which is slightly greater than four miles west southwest of Teton Village.
7. Lake Titicaca, Bolivia and Peru
The exact origin of the name Titicaca is disputed and not completely known, but it is too easy of which to poke fun at this lake — which straddles the border of Peru and Bolivia in the Andes mountain range and is the largest lake in South America — although water does pass through Lago Huiñaimarca; and it then flows out the single outlet at the Río Desaguadero, which then flows south through Bolivia to Lake Poopó. You read that correctly: the water flows from Titicaca to Poopó. Also, urine luck that small floating islands in the lake were constructed by the indigenous Uros people. According to this article at this Internet web site for Lake Titicaca, “And if you’re dreaming of visiting the Khajuharo temple in India famed for the pornographic art, you can get a little preview at the Templo de la Fertilidad (actually not so little, you’ll see what I mean).” Are you not glad to be given information which is supported by facts that you can properly digest?
8. Lake Titisee, Germany
Take a peek at Lake Titisee, which is located within five kilometers southwest of Titisee-Neustadt in the southern part of the famous Black Forest in Baden-Württemberg in Germany. The name Titisee dates back to the year 1111. The cherry on top of visiting here is to have a nice slice of black forest cake — a teat of a treat for a retreat.
9. Titlis, Gadmen, Switzerland
Called “the highest glacier excursion destination in the region of Central Switzerland, Lucerne & Lake Lucerne” by its official Internet web site, Titlis also boasts plenty of options for dining, lodging, and activities — as well as being the home of both the first revolving cable car in the world and the highest suspension bridge in Europe. Titlis is one place of which is worthy of keeping abreast as a destination for your travels in the future. Anyone who pokes fun at Titlis could possibly be considered witless.
10. Titty Ho, Raunds, Wellingborough, United Kingdom
Which is worse: naming a location Titty Ho or Hog Dyke? Either way, both names go on their Raunds in the Wellingborough district of Northamptonshire in England.
If while reading this article you were thinking that so many more entries were missing, know that dozens more examples of locations with suggestive names will be considered to be forth-coming in future articles here at The Gate — but in the meantime, please feel free to get them off of your chest and offer suggestions of your own in the Comments section below.
Anyway, I am glad to get this article off of my chest — but if you have not had enough in the meantime, please be sure to read about the 10 Suggestive Names of Real Locations Worldwide — Part 1…
…and if you need to see another photograph of a breast — well…as fowl as it may be, here you go:
All photographs ©2016 and ©2017 by Brian Cohen.