Brothers Embark On 2,000 Mile Trip To Visit Every Place With A Rude Name In Britain
The pair visited such wonderful places as Cumwhinton, Fanny Street, Upperthong, Butthole Lane, Willey, Titty Ho and Sandyballs.
As well as stopping off at Bellenden Gardens, Poundbottom, Cockermouth, Penistone, Butthole Bell End, The Knob, Lower Swell, Old Sodbury, Butcombe and Shaftesbury.
And because I know you're really only here for the naughty names, they also went to Shitterton, Lickfold, Fingringhoe, Slutshole Lane, Feltwell, Fanny Hands Lane, Scunthorpe, Rimswell and Wetwang.
Imagine living in Slutshole or Butthole Bell End...
The trip took just four days and saw them trek right across Britain, stopping off at 34 signs to take selfies.
Thirty-four-year-old Andy, from Aberdeen, came up with the idea of the trip after he drove through a place called South Gash in Fraserburgh with his brother all the way back in 2013.
So, he spent six years researching other rude-sounding-places and set about marking them on a map and making a complete British tour. He then had to convince brother Magnus to go along, too.
Andy said: "I always enjoy going out of my way to have fun and to take things too far.
"It was a lot of fun and we actually saw a lot of interesting places.
"It was a bit of a slog towards the end and it was dark when we got to some places. But never at any point did we get bored.
"I'd say it's definitely an alternative ways to see Britain. We just found it hilarious. We laughed our asses off at each place and that says a lot about us."
Andy and Magnus set off from Bellend Gardens in Edinburgh on Friday 27 April and arrived back at the same street on Tuesday 30 April.
During their trip the fellas say they saw some of Britain's prettiest spots with Poundbottom and Sandyballs being particular highlights for Andy. I doubt he'd be saying that if he ever experienced sandy balls for himself...
Andy's favourite place - based purely on its name - was Wilsford Cum Lake.
The cleverly planned out route meant the brother only spent between and an hour and an-hour-and-a-half between stops.
"We went right down the west coast, along the south coast and up the east coast of England," Andy said.
"We have got a childish and immature sense of humour. This is something we can tick off our bucket list."
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