Hmmm. I decline to answer that on the grounds that the answer may further incriminate me. I believe that’s the 8th amendment in the Bill of Rights within the World (of Warcraft), which is what I was referencing.
Pho-King is a common restaurant name. Broccoli Rabe is the name marketers gave Broccoli Rape, because, well, that should be obvious. But many (especially Chinese) stores still list it as Rape. Word association aside, baby rape is phoking delicious.
I’ve been to Big Bone Lick State Park. It is pretty close to Cincinnati. Also in that area are three historic hamlets:
1) Beaverlick. You probably won’t see any signs for it, but there’s still a Beaverlick Baptist Church, at least one other church and probably several stores with that name.
2) Sugartit. Yes, you read that right. Unfortunately there are no signs left for it, as the hamlet has basically been swallowed by the town of Union.
3) Rabbit Hash. There is still a Rabbit Hash General Store, and I have a t-shirt to prove it.
Big Bone Lick was by far my favorite though.
Further down 75 you eventually pass Suck Creek, Tennessee. I’m sure there are a lot of other oddly named places along the way that just don’t make it onto the signage.
I live right next to that Pho King. I thought it was the funniest thing when they were first building it. It’s still pretty funny. Do they not realize what it sounds like when they name their restaurant something like that?! Or maybe they do it on purpose to attract people.