8 Crazy & Hilarious Street Names In Michigan That Will Have You Laughing!
With town names like Bad Axe, Hell, Ontonagon, and more, it should not surprise you that there are even crazier street names.
If you need a little serotonin to get you through your workday, I definitely have that for you.
No Name Road (Ludington, Michigan)
This road name is quite ironic if you ask me.
It seems like there are stores or houses on this 'No Name Road.'
I would love to have an address of 123 No Name Road. How amazing is that?
Stoner Road (Lansing, Michigan)
While I know Michiganders love to leisurely smoke, this is quite hilarious to me.
It gets better! The best part is...there are multiple streets called Stoner Road, including one in Fowlerville.
Psycho Path (Traverse City, Michigan)
If there is anyone is reading this and either lives on this road or near it in Traverse City, we need to talk.
With all honesty, I might have to stay away from this road in particular. Is everyone that lives there certified psychopaths?
No judgment! I just need to know before I take a trip.
Hiscock Street (Ann Arbor, Michigan)
Imagine having to say this street name out loud.
People would be so concerned every time it is spoken out loud.
That's probably more reason to mention where you live. A nice icebreaker.
Sprinkle Road (Kalamazoo, Michigan)
If I do not get free rainbow sprinkles on an ice cream sundae or on a donut, I will be very upset.
Personally, if there is not a sprinkle get-together or party, they are definitely missing out.
Climax Street (Lansing, Michigan)
It is becoming quite hilarious that Lansing has so many quirky names within the city.
It is even crazier that there is a road that is specifically named this.
My apologies! This road is not okay for children.
Friendship Circle (Lansing, Michigan)
After that raunchy street name, it is nice to know there is at least a little modesty located rather close.
I would love to visit this street and have little friendship pow-wows. But that is wishful thinking, right?
Just A Mere Avenue (Lansing, Michigan)
Did the city of Lansing run out of street names?
How sad! What if this street did not simply want to be a "just a mere avenue"? It wanted to be something grander.