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cobl04 06-30-2008 09:33 AM

Westward Ho!, Devon, England Superthread
So far, we've visited:

1. Pop Survivor Round One
2. Australia Discotheque style
7. EYKIW/Liechtenstein
9. Australia
10. Sheikh Djibouti
11. Te Urewera National Park
12. Inaccessible Island
13. Lodgepole, Nebraska
14. Bangaluru, which was Bangin'
15. Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotameteaturipukakapikimaungahoronukupokaiwhenakitanatahu
16. Territorial Collectivity of Saint Pierre and Michelin
17. Ouagadougou
18. Dominican Republic
19. Longyearbyen, Spitsbergen
20. Fernando de Noronha
21. Kyzyl, aka Fuck Vowels
22. Torquay, aka Fawlty Towers
23. Bill, Wyoming
24. Fenway Park
25. Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic
26. Bumberry, NSW
27. Vrbno pod Pradědem
28. Unalaska, Alaska
29. Sexy Peak, Idaho
30. Fucking, Austria
31. Wittenoom, Western Australia
32. Hell, Michigan
33. Centralia, Pennsylvania
34. Anus, France
35. Vagina, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia
36. Wetwang, England
37. Cunter, Switzerland
38. Bastard Township, Ontario
39. Useless Loop, Western Australia
40. Tea, South Dakota
41. Giggleswick, England
42. Whakapapa (pronounced "Fuck a Papa"), New Zealand, aka Incest
43. Jen's Room, Lamethreadlocation, Geelong
44. Twatt, Shetland
45. Fingringhoe, Essex
46. Blowhard, Victoria
47. Orange Free State, South Africa
48. Middle Intercourse Island
49. Disneyland, USA
50. Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha!, Quebec
51. LemonMacPhisto's failure
52. Boring Lava Field, Oregon
53. Morón Air Base, Spain
54. Comet 3D/Biela (lost)
55. Dildo vs bug pinus, Newfoundland
56. Haiku Valley, Hawaii
57. Hole of Horcum, England
58. Cumbum, Tamil Nadu, India
59. Hell For Certain, Kentucky
60. Devil's Dyke, Sussex, England
61. Koolyanobbing, Western Australia
62. Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
63. Three Cocks, Wales
64. Saddam Hussein Town, Sri Lanka
65. Tittybong, Victoria, Australia
66. Humptulips, Washington
67. Sugar Tit, South Carolina
68. End of Earth, Michigan
69. Big Bone Lick State Park, Kentucky
70. Kholat Syakhl, Russia
71. Adelaide, South Australia
72. Dumb Hope, Northumberland, UK
73. Bumpass, Virginia
74. Bogan Gate, NSW, Australia
75. The Mullet, Ireland
76. Upperthong, West Yorkshire
77. Sexbierum, Holland
78. Pussy, France
79. Postwhorehouse Meadow
80. Brilliant, Alabama
81. Hooker, Oklahoma
82. Knob Lick, Missouri
83. Fresh Kills, Staten Island
84. Swastika, Ontario
85. Paw Paw, West Vagina
86. Tutaekuri ("dogshit") River, New Zealand
87. Virgin, Utah
88. Alphabet City, New York
89. Kumamoto ("fire cunt" in Swahili), Japan
90. Llanfairynghornwy, Anglesey, Wales
91. Geebung, Queensland
92. Knockemstiff, Ohio
93. Vazza's Bar, Montenegro
94. Rough and Ready, California
95. Uranium City, Saskatchewan
96. Iron Knob, South Australia
97. Howlong, New South Wales
98. Penistone, South Yorkshire
99. Cumby, Texas
100. Gay and Lesbian Kingdom of the Coral Sea Islands
101. Vaduz, Liechtenstein
102. Wank, Bavaria
103. Hooker Corner, Indiana
104. Brest Railway Museum, Belarus
105. Craggy Island, Ireland
106. Rooty Hill Holiday Inn, New South Wales

We now arrive at Westward Ho!, a seaside town in England. The name comes from a Charles Kingsley novel, and is the only town in Britain with an official exclamation mark. It also faces westward towards a bay. We hope you find your westward ho.

Westward Ho - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia!

bono_212 06-30-2008 09:34 AM


Axver 06-30-2008 09:35 AM

Somebody needs to add 106. Rooty Hill Holiday Inn, New South Wales to the location list before they go sleepward ho. :wink:

bono_212 06-30-2008 09:35 AM

What the heck is this:


Axver 06-30-2008 09:35 AM


Originally Posted by COBL_04 (Post 5255824)
We hope you find your westward ho.



JanuaryStar 06-30-2008 09:35 AM

Lol new thread title :lol:

cobl04 06-30-2008 09:36 AM

sorry the comp died for a sec.

who posted??

Who Posted?
Total Posts: 1,021
User Name Posts
Axver 226
mysterious_jen 132
coolian2 114
cinnaminson 98
KhanadaRhodes 77
bono_212 74
The Sad Punk 70
COBL_04 61
Alisaura 52
JanuaryStar 50
blueeyedgirl 32
Screwtape2 13
LemonMelon 11
bono_man2002 6
gluey 5

JanuaryStar 06-30-2008 09:36 AM


Originally Posted by bono_212 (Post 5255829)
What the heck is this:


Probably someone who had too much spare time on their hands.

coolian2 06-30-2008 09:36 AM

Brilliant. I'd rather find an Eastward Ho!, as I live in East Auckland.


coolian2 06-30-2008 09:37 AM

Anyway, good night guys. Glad to be part of zooming through another thread quickly.

And welcome to new Superthreaders.


cobl04 06-30-2008 09:37 AM

thank you thank you here all week

no its really bed time

coolian2 06-30-2008 09:38 AM

Also, i can't wait to see how quickly i race from 12,000 to 13,000. I'm betting two weeks, maybe less.

Axver 06-30-2008 09:39 AM


Originally Posted by JanuaryStar (Post 5255827)
Only Japanese and German? When French is such a widely used language? :eyebrow:

I'm a sucker for learning languages. Don't know why, but it's always been more interesting for me than let's say maths or chemics or physics or something...

Most schools on the Gold Coast (aka hellhole devoid of intellect that I escaped as soon as I could) offer just two languages: an Asian language and a European language. Japanese tends to be most common, since there are so many Japanese - tourists, investors, and occasionally immigrants - in southeast Queensland. Indonesian is becoming increasingly common too, due to Australia's proximity to Indonesia. And the European choice just seems to be random. No idea why we got German rather than French; I guess my school preferred their qualified English/German teacher teaching German and their qualified maths/French teacher teaching maths. :sigh:

bono_212 06-30-2008 09:39 AM

God, I'm almost to 13,000

And I'm finally hearing Dying Sailor to his shipmates for the first time.


Axver 06-30-2008 09:39 AM


Originally Posted by coolian2 (Post 5255838)
Brilliant. I'd rather find an Eastward Ho!, as I live in East Auckland.


I don't doubt that if you took a short drive, you'd find a Southward Ho very easily.

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