Nowhere Special is a small hamlet located 1234.6 miles north/northwest of the sleepy city of Dublin, home to the world's largest collections of Drunks, Sheep and Small tiny fairies that keep me away at night.
It rests on the side of a cliff inclined at 60 degrees to the horizontal, slowing subsiding into the ground. This is where coffee and Big Macs are made. The locals find this particularly entertaining, because in fact the only where in the world that makes Big Mac Special Sauce is in Nowhere Special.
Nowhere Special served as a staging post for the great Marmite / Bush wars of 1450-1456 AD, where it harboured the worlds largest collective of miscreant ants. The Great Ant Army was defeated, however, when a large bulldozer reduced the town to ruin.