The Most Peculiar Kentucky Town Name Is Laugh Out Loud Funny

Kentucky’s character comes from its residents, its history, its beautiful landscapes, and of course those quirks that make the Bluegrass State what it is. Like with any state, Kentucky is home to some quirky and peculiar places, many of which you probably never knew existed. If you’ve ever driven through a place and glanced at a road sign that had a strange Kentucky town name on it, perhaps it was Hell for Certain in eastern Kentucky. While this name may be laugh-out-loud funny, it’s one of many town names that have raised eyebrows over the years, and also a name that is typically known only by the locals.

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Many more people learned about Hell for Certain, Kentucky when it was featured in the Halloween forecast on the Weather Channel and shared by ShawnReynolds_:

If you think you already knew of a strange Kentucky town name but had yet to come across Hell for Certain, what do you think now? Have you been to Rabbit Hash, Monkey’s Eyebrow, or Booger Bash? Or maybe you’ve been to “Europe” while visiting London, Versailles, or Paris? Kentucky is a unique state with unique places and we love that these quirky town names give it so much character.

If you’re curious about more odd Kentucky town names, take a look at our previous article that features 19 of them.

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