They’re not really dirty, you just have a dirty mind! I kid, I kid. You have to admit, the names of these Oregon towns (plus the one saloon) are slightly suggestive, especially if you close your eyes a little bit and peek out the sides. Then perhaps you might see what I’m seeing? You don’t? Okay, it’s just me.

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Wait, no, I am not the only one who is thinking silly thoughts; case in point below.

This is one of the signs at Wanker's Corner Saloon in Stafford.

Wankers Corner Saloon
Wanker's Corner Saloon via Google Maps
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HERE ARE THE TOP 7 Naughtiest Sounding Town Names in Oregon

 

1. STAFFord (small town in Clackamas County)

Stafford Oregon
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2. BALLSton (an alleged ghost town in Polk County)

Ballston Rd in Ballston OR
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3. BEAVERton (a suburb of Portland)

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4. CLIMAX (located in Jackson County)

Climax OR
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5. DRAIN (small town in Douglas County)

Drain OR
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6. WOODburn (located in Marion County)

Woodburn City Hall in Oregon
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7. BUTTeville (located in Marion County)

Butteville Stop Sign in Oregon
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(Okay, these were just the top seven naughtiest sounding names to ME. I’m the one who is feeling a little randy today. I guess I need to go take a cold shower or something?)

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