These UK town names are just all out WTF on every level

The United Kingdom is responsible for a lot of great things, such as the development of the language we speak today. Since then though, the cheeky buggers have taken great and hilarious liberties with their language in terms of slang, sayings and names.

Now don’t get us wrong, we absolutely adore the cute and quaint towns and villages of the UK, but some of their names are nothing short of unconventional, weird and yep, totally inappropriate...

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Bell End (Worcestershire, England)

Shitterton (Dorset, England)

Crapstone (Devon, England)

Scratchy Bottom (Dorset, England)

Penistone (South Yorkshire, England)

Cocking (West Sussex, England)

Cocks (Cornwall, England)

Cockwood (Devon, England)

Cock Bridge (Aberdeenshire, Scotland)

Cockermouth (Cumbria, England)

Crapstone (Devon, England)

Fingringhoe (Essex, England)

Bitchfield (Lincolnshire, England)

Pratt’s Bottom (Bromley, England)

Twatt (Orkney Islands, Scotland)

Titty Hill (West Sussex, England)

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So funny they sound fake

Biggleswade (Bedfordshire, England)

Dingwall (Highland, Scotland)

Blaby (Leicestershire, England)

Gibble Gabble (Hyde, England)

Cumnock (East Ayrshire, Scotland)

Broadbottom (Greater Manchester, England)

Castlemilk (Glasgow, Scotland)

Lochgelly (Fife, Scotland)

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A mouthful and a half

Auchtermuchty (Fife, Scotland)

Camastianavaig (Isle of Skye, Scotland)

Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr (Conwy County, Wales)

Uwchmynydd (Pwllheli, Wales)

New Row Ysbyty Ystwyth (Ceredigion, Wales)

Inchnadamph (Sutherland, Scotland)

Achiltibue (Highland, Scotland)

Culnacnoc (Portree, Scotland)

Dwygyfylchi (Conwy County Borough, Wales)

Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch (Anglesey, Wales)

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Random AF

Looe (Cornwall, England)

Beer (Devon, England)

Box (Whiltshire, England)

Brokenwind (Aberdeenshire, Scotland)

Dull (Perth and Kinross, Scotland)

Christmas Pie (Surrey, England)

Frenchbeer (Devon, England)

Brawl (Thurso, Scotland)

Tongue (Highland, Scotland)

Killen (Northern Ireland)

Newbuildings (Northern Ireland)

Watermeetings (South Lanarkshire, England)

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100% real, and 100% British.

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