There is no shortage of silly place names around the world. The UK is home to the town Bell End, in Argentina you can visit Moron, and French Polynesia has Disappointment Islands. It also turns out that, once translated into English, Denmark has some hilariously named villages and towns. Courtesy of a Reddit user here’s a comical map, displaying some of the best literal translations of Danish place names.
Of course these destinations aren’t all the actual, contextual meaning of places in Denmark. For example, Copenhagen doesn’t really mean “buy a harbor,” it means merchant’s harbor — but that is the literal translation if you were to take every word at face value.
Some of the best names on the map include Dandruff Crazy, Frog’s Squad, Onion Big, Sperm, Squirrel Healthy, Bake a Cup, Beer Piece, Cheese Oath, and our personal favorite, Not Town.