Sometimes the world is just too serious, never in these places though! (WARNING: contains immaturity and terms which some readers may find awkward to explain.)
Foggy Bottom, Washington (USA)
We're starting our list on a fairly tame one here. Foggy Bottom is actually one of the oldest neighborhoods in Washington, D.C, built in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
This little hamlet in Dorset, England, has attracted worldwide attention for its name, which dates back at least a thousand years and means "farmstead on the stream used as an open sewer". Yep, it's easy to see why people found it funny!
Supposedly this town got its name from the phallus-shaped pin stuck in the edging of a row boat to act as a pivot for the oar... but we're not sure we believe you Canada!
Pee Pee Township, Ohio (USA)
Located in the heart of Pike County, Pee Pee was named after the Pee Pee River, a name derived from the initials of an Irish settler, presumably nothing to do with what's in its waters...
Not wanting to be overshadowed by other countries' efforts, southern Germany is home to a town called Wank. If you make your way there, you can visit the town's high summit and take in leisure activities "on the Wank".