Top Ten Places In London With the Best Names
The Top Ten
I love saying this. - Britgirl
I heard a dog barking I laughed so hard everybody looked at me and I pointed at the dog and and station name then they laughed - yuooy
You have to be Barking to live here
I always thought this was quite peculiar. Imagine saying "I live in Elephant and Castle! " - PositronWildhawk
Sounds more like a name of a pub.
It actually was originally, and now the whole place is named after it. - Rocko
This is so sweet. You say it...Too-ting. Lovely. - Britgirl
We love living rich housing and goods shopping kings road
Oh my God. You just couldn't help yourself, could you, PositronWildhawk? - Britgirl
Knightsbridge. What a cool sounding name! Anyone notice Knightbridge Station to Buckingham Palace takes an "L"-Shaped route? Like chess!
Glad to know the knight's protecting the queen. - PositronWildhawk
This just sounds cheeky to me. Cute and cheeky. - Britgirl
I live in ealing...good place but you shouldn't go to the places that you ain't invited...trust me not gonna end up well for outsiders...
The best place to live! Convenience is what sums this place up. You're never far from anything and has some nice leafy parks within the borough! Used to go jogging up to Kensington and Notting hill on a nice summers day. Perfect for shopping, food and seeing the different cultures there. What's not to love about she bu!
*groan* that was SO bad and yet so very amusing... - Britgirl
Rather you didn't Hackney. It hurts a lot. - PositronWildhawk
I live in Ruislip and it's awesome
Too sick bear live bear drug culture rasa
I was born deaf Earl's Court nice place house and open on Sunday 7 day shopping jobs to centre London and London underground bus lower racism different world people tourist hotel..
Good area Earls Court
Very rich people biggest bank city London