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by Allen J. Sheinman | September 25, 2014

Every few years or so, The List likes to ferret out the most far-out-named cities we can find, because planners who choose any of these destinations for an event can run riot with the signage, promotional material, T-shirts, etc. And we love it when planners run riot. Tip: Say any of these city names aloud followed by "Convention and Visitors Bureau."

Blow Gourd, Ala.
Boar Tush, Ala.
Fakit Chipunta, Ala.
Ouzinkie, Alaska
Three Way, Ariz.
Old Joe, Ark.
Yellville, Ark.
Sucker Flat, Calif.
Stoner, Colo.
Nut Plains, Conn.
Isreal Haul, Del.
Shortly, Del.
Bland, Fla.
Howey in the Hills, Fla.
Boozeville, Ga.
Nameless, Ga.
Ah Fong Village, Hawaii
The String, Idaho
Boos, Ill.
Bald Knobs, Ind.
Hard Scratch, Iowa
Flush, Kan.
Hasty, Kan.
Yaggy, Kan.
Rabbit Hash, Ky.
Dry Prong, La.
Swindleville, La.
Suckerville, Maine
Frizzellburg, Md.
Smooth Hummocks, Mass.
Racy, Mich.
Ham Lake, Minn.
Fink Bine, Miss.
Bogue Chitto, Miss.
Frankenstein, Mo.
Tightwad, Mo.
Yaak, Mont.
Colon, Neb.
Awakening, Nev.
Dicktown, N.J.
Yah-ta-hey, N.M.
Busti, N.Y.
Erect, N.C.
Pungo, N.C.
Zap, N.D.
Bloody Corners, Ohio
Dipple, Ohio
Spanker, Ohio
Slapout, Okla.
Drain, Ore.
Barking, Pa.
Porkey, Pa.
Purgatory, R.I.
No Mans Land, S.C.
Poverty Hill, S.C.
Bad Wound, S.D.
Defeated, Tenn.
Only, Tenn.
Little Hope, Texas
Uncertain, Texas
Eggnog, Utah
Satans Kingdom, Vt.
Mouth of Wilson, Va.
Humptulips, Wash.
Looneyville, W.Va.
Round Bottom, W. Va.
Vinnie Ha Ha, W. Va.
Dumbell, Wyo.

Source: Meetings & Conventions