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    Yes, Sugar Tit is a place, as seen in the sign above. Sugar Tit, SC is on hwy 101, several miles south of I-85 and the BMW plant..

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    Yes, Sugar Tit is a place, as seen in the sign above. Sugar Tit, SC is on hwy 101, several miles south of I-85 and the BMW plant..
    ...also a Sugar Tit near Big Bone Lick State Park...that was the one I am familiar with.

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    More Michigan trivia. In Hell, MI you can grab a burger at The Dam Site Inn. Nirvana, MI is a three hour drive from Hell.

    Flint, Mi had and electrical contractor named Arrow Electric. Their slogan was "Let us remove your shorts".

    In the Upper Peninsula there's Pine Stump Junction, Rudyard, Kipling, and Felch.

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    Sign outside Christmas Michigan. "Last stop for Gas before Christmas" [img]smile.gif[/img] (I don't know if it's still there tho)
    I too have been to Hell (Mi) and back and can attest to the fact that hell DOES freeze over
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    There was a song about the sign outside a town, the songwriter had quite a time with the name of the town, and that the sign was
    " You are Entering Evyleth "

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    I live in the best community in South Carolina known as Sugar Tit,,,,,,,,,it's located at the

    intersection of Hwy. 101 (Nipple Ave. is what we call it) and State Road 296, Reidville Rd. ( We call it Sweet

    Breast Lane) and for those of you who don't get out much, that's between Greenville and Spartanburg in the

    upstate! BMW is about 4 miles from us and they are very proud they are close to us.

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    Fuzzy Duck Liquors ... Columbia Tennessee

    Almost wrecked the car laughing ....

    fuzzy-duck_s-.jpg

    Lol!

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    In the 30's my mother dated a fellow in San Francisco and the address of his business was '1 Polk & 2 Fell'. I just Goggle Earthed it and it's a high rise now..probably wasn't in 1930 though.

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    old as internet but:

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    I drive thru often, been there forever, old 3-story ornate brick building on the corner of main-street of a medium sized town, emblazoned across the top of the building in large letters: "Buzzard Law Firm" . (Used to be "Thomas A. Buzzard, Attorney at Law" for many years, I suppose the buzzard nestlings must have joined the firm.)

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    My best friend has a race shop in St.Louis called P F M Racing (Pure F...ing Magic) I still have one of the caps he had made up with the name.
    Last edited by Brianison; 01-26-2019 at 05:06 PM. Reason: spelling

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    Richard Whiskey,used to call him Dick Liquor.
    Passing thru Kissimmie or Bel Glade in the 60's a Dairy Queen had the three sizes of their burgers listed on the road sign as Daddio Junior and the Spook.

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    Deathwish Piano Movers “We’re so good it’s scary” has done alright for themselves doing partiularly difficult moves, pianos and other items.
    As for S&M Liquors, I’ve never shopped there, but driven by many a time... always makes me smile.

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    I went to school with a girl named Susie Nipple. She was on the swim team and her event was, of course, the breast stroke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustyzman View Post
    I also remember a radio contest as a kid for the funniest business name. As I recall the winner was Beecher Tool and Die. Always thought that was humerous.
    Heard of that place. It's right around the corner from Beecher Meat and Liquor.

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    My Dad worked his entire career at Health Insurance of Vermont. Yup, HIV in big letters on the building.

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    There was a Gynecologist office in the Beverly neighborhood on the Southwest side of Chicago staffed by a Dr. Blank. Who remembers Salvation Army's "Women's Clothes Half Off" sign?

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    Quote Originally Posted by neilho View Post
    I went to school with a girl named Susie Nipple. She was on the swim team and her event was, of course, the breast stroke.
    Dang, I wish I had known Susie. That was my event in high school too!

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    There used to be a screw machine shop in Waterbury CT called Perfection Screw. Bill

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