Google Sightseeing

I use google maps all the time. The idea of google sightseeing is entertaining at least in a passive sense. As long as I don’t have to search out new ideas for what to look at and can just look at the RSS reader every once in a while and go “oh, that’s interesting…”, then I’m happy.

I was looking at it recently and noticed the “top 10 rudest place names in Britain”. Now, I’ve never been to any of those, but at the bottom it mentions a place a little closer to home. It links to an older article on Fucking, Austria.

As many of you may know, I’ve been there a few times now when we’ve had guests, and think it’s a wonderful photo opportunity. We usually do Burghausen, Fucking, and Altötting in one day, it’s a great day trip (you need a car to do it).
Anyways, here’s a few pictures from our trips there:

My brother, Petra, and I:

no more Fucking, Austria *sniffle*:

(sorry if you’re easily offended, it’s supposed to be funny)

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5 thoughts on “Google Sightseeing

  1. If they were that conservative and upset.. they could altar the spelling to resemble the name of the man its supposed to be named after in the first place…

    how did the spelling get altared..

    and Yes.. its f**ng hysterical… :)

    even more funny that its the adjective for
    everything..

    f**g police, f**g taxes.. if they have em.. so on so on..

    funny stuff..

  2. The Germans are not known for their sense of humour and as Basil Fawlty once said “Don’t Mention The War”. I wonder if they have a place called Sense of Humour because they certainly don’t have one. My other half is Austrian and I couldn’t stop him laughing.

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