“Where did you go for your holidays?”
“We had two weeks in Bidet. Nice place but a bit wet.”
But European names can't compete with America, that has Slaughterville in, Oklahoma, Satan's Kingdom in Massachusetts, Accident in Maryland and Dogtown in Alabama.
And wait, there's Embarrass in Minnesota and Imalone in Wisconsin, you could have Intercourse in Pennsylvania, get bitten in Mosquitoville in Vermont, be Okay in Oklahoma, Rough and Ready in California, have Toast in Carolina, be Uncertain in Texas and find Hell in Michigan.
Let us also take pride in Britain. We have an even better collection of quirky names and most of ours come with a touch of class. Here's a selection, without resorting to any of the downright vulgar:
Loose Bottom, Slackbottom, Ramsbottom, Broadbottom, Curry Mallet, Matching Tye, Nasty, Great Snoring, Barton in the Beans, Jump, Blubberhouses, Wetwang, Giggleswick and Crackpot.
Wait, there's more: Pity Me, Dull, Lost, Brokenwind, Sodom, Knockerdown, Crapstone, Piddle, Pucklechurch, Nomansland, Nether Wallop, Bishop's Itchington, Ugley and Nasty. Not forgetting Penistone, which can cause amusement if pronounced incorrectly.
And let us not forget Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch in Wales which, with 58 letters, is the longest name in Great Britain and which translates as: "St Mary's Church in the Hollow of the White Hazel Near to the Rapid Whirlpool of Llantysilio of the Red Cave."
Or you could just say LlanfairPG.
Dull in Scotland is enterprisingly twinned with Boring in Oregon. Now if only Beer in Devon and Droop in Dorset could get together ...