11 MORE strange street names in NJ (Can you believe we missed these?)
A week ago, we shared some of the strangest street names we could find in New Jersey. From Weasel Drift to Wits End, we thought we had New Jersey's oddball avenues mostly covered.
But you folks let us know: Boy, were we wrong. The closer you look, the stranger New Jersey gets. A bunch of you chimed in with ways ways we'd missed on Facebook and Twitter — including one some of you really couldn't believe we'd left out.
Got a funky street name in your town? Did we still miss one? Leave it in the comments below or hit us up on Twitter at @NJ1015.
But for now, we present 11 MORE of the strangest street names in New Jersey. Have fun taunting Google Maps with these.
Can you tell me how to get there?
As we said of Gayboy Court last week, "Not that there's anything wrong with that" Avenue.
Well ... that's welcoming.
Someday, it'll be "Approved Avenue." And then maybe even "Constructed Avenue."
A 4 percent school tax increase and layoffs in Lacey Township? We had to say it, but it sounds like you're going to need some of that luck, Lacey.
Um, wait ... where's the pond? And more importantly, where's the whale?
Because Hoes Lane was already taken.
We've always wanted to live there
Left without further comment:
We got a really hard time from you folks for omitting Shades of Death Road on our original top-12 list. It is, after all, among New Jersey's most notorious streets — the supposedly supernatural street that's home to Ghost Lake and The Fairy Hole. People report seeing ghostly apparitions in the fog and a Native American spirit guide who appears as a deer.
Personally, we think it's all a load of hooey. But we're rubbing the Good Luck Road street sign before heading to Warren County, just in case.