Whacked Out Street Names in Connecticut [PHOTOS]
Do you hang your head in shame when someone asks you what your Connecticut street address is? Thanks to the website onlyinyourstate.com let's prove that someone was smoking something when they made up these street names.
Right out of the gate this is my all time favorite! I love roast meat and I love to drive! In fact, I love to eat roast beef when I drive, although the mashed potatoes and gravy usually end up all over my slacks.
Truthfully, wouldn't you have second thoughts about making the turn onto Satan's Kingdom Road, especially on Halloween?! According to the CT Post, Satan's Kingdom Road was named after a bunch of hooligans from the Tunxis Tribe from the late 1700's.
I couldn't find any history on 11 O'Clock Road, but if I had to guess, the name was invented by a dad who actually built and named the road and had a 16 year old daughter with an 11 O'clock curfew. Whaddya think?
As you can see in the image, someone had a love affair with the color yellow! Yellow Road, Yellow Hill Drive, Yellow Birch Road! Do you think the residents on Yellow Yellow Circle come out and cheer when the school buses go by? Do they have a 'Yellow Party' every year where you have to dress up in yellow and only eat yellow food like squash, butter, pineapple, milanese rissoto, sweet corn, and caramelized banana tart? Probably not. OK, I'll stop now.
According to a Hartford Courant article from 1993, Tootin' Hills Road was named after Tootin Hills School located on Nimrod Rd. that was said to be named after a freight train that always passed through the West Simsbury hills.