5 Texas Small-Town Names That Make Me Want to Move There
Unique town names are nothing new or special to a specific region. They're everywhere. Heck, I went to school in Corn, Oklahoma.
But these Texas town names made me smile thinking about the fun I would have filling out my address information. Thank you Google Maps for brightening my day.
Earth, Tx is a small rural community with a population around 1,100 as of 2010. Imagine going to the First Baptist Church of Earth, or working for the Earth Monitoring Company. I don't think I would ever get tired of telling people I'm from Earth.
LazBuddie is an "unincorporated" community with a school and a post office. Also, they have a Church of Christ.
They have a post office......
I just want to hear my family try to pronounce it a holiday get-togethers. Someone has been quoted as saying, "It's an island in a sea of grass." It's an island with around 300 people on it.
I know what you're thinking, and no. This has nothing at all to do with the G-rated name for the place that AC/DC was on the highway to. It's named after a guy whose last name was Heck, and he built a cotton gin.
I would only go if house number 666 was up for grabs, cause I'm just that kind of guy.