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30 June 2008

This time we have really been caught with our Sandy Balls in our Cockermouth.

A delegation formed by Twatts from Shetland and Orkney)

A protest has been planned to walk from the beginning of Bell End to mincing lane in Staffordshire.

   * Blubberhouses (North Yorks)
   * Flash (Derbyshire)
   * Cat Brain (Bristol)
   * Dog Village (Devon)
   * Elephant's Creek (Scotland)
   * Crank (Merseyside)
   * Indian Queens (Cornwall)
   * Pity Me (Durham)
   * Wetwang (Bridlington)
   * Brown Willy (Cornwall)
   * Lord Berkely's Knob (Sutherland)
   * Shitlingthorpe (Yorkshire)
   * Thong (Kent)
   * Twatt (Orkney)
   * Snobb (Surrey)
   * Boysack (Tayside)
   * Cockermouth (somewhere down south)
   * Acaster Malbis (Yorkshire)
   * Willey (Shropshire)
   * Aunk (Devon)
   * Cockermouth (Cumbria)
   * Pratt's Bottom (London)
   * Bottom Flash (Merseyside)
   * Shitterton (Dorset)
   * Chipping Sodbury (Gloucestershire)
   * Vomitham (Hampshire)
   * Crappingley (London)
   * Bell End (Staffordshire)
   * Cockfosters (Picaddely)
   * Picadelly (London)
   * Pusey (Oxfordshire) 

Top 20[edit]

Road sign pointing to Twatt

The following is the list of the top twenty names from the book, many of which are street names and most of which incorporate body part or sexual slang:

  1. Cocks, Cornwall
  2. Minge Lane, Worcestershire, England
  3. Bell End, Birmingham, England
  4. Twatt, Shetland (note, there is another Twatt in Orkney)
  5. Sandy Balls, a long-established holiday centre in New Forest, Hampshire, England with a name dating back to Henry VIII
  6. Muff (now Eglinton), County Londonderry, Northern Ireland
  7. Fingringhoe, Essex, England
  8. Back Passage, City of London, an alleyway in the EC1 postal district
  9. Shitterton, Dorset, England
  10. Slag Lane, Merseyside, a residential street in Haydock, England
  11. Hole of Horcum, North York Moors, England
  12. Fanny Hands Lane, Lincolnshire, England
  13. Inchinnan Drive, Renfrewshire, Scotland
  14. Cockshoot Close, Oxfordshire, England
  15. Fanny Avenue, Derbyshire, England
  16. Beaver Close, Surrey, England
  17. Dick Court, Lanarkshire, Scotland
  18. Lickfold, West Sussex, England
  19. Rimswell, East Riding of Yorkshire, England
  20. Spanker Lane, Nether Heage, Derbyshire

Other entries include North Piddle (from the Old English word pidele, meaning marsh), Pratt's Bottom, Ugley, and Spital-in-the-Street (a hamlet in Lincolnshire with a name based on the Middle English spitel, meaning hospital). Gropecunt Lane in Oxford has been renamed "Magpie Lane".