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inspired by a thread over at ssp... lets hear some of your city/town knicknames...

ill start... i think that my town has some pretty sweet names


Georgetown, Ontario


- G-town

- and i think this one is best its inspired from Toronto's t-dot..but with a twist, G-spot.

- and apparently people call it the little NHL, but i've never personaly heard any one refer it as that


What's your cities names?
 

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Edmonchuk
The Chuk or The Chuck
E-Town
Chicago on the Saskatchewan (a recent name, in reference to the logistically advantageous geographic position on the continent.)
 

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Lotusland
 

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Burn-A-g

get it...
 

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Oakville:

Jokeville, Cokeville, The Oak.C.

There are some others but I couldn't give them to you off the top of my head.
 

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Deadmonton
Redmonton
Edmonchuk
The Chuk or The Chuck
E-Town
Chicago on the Saskatchewan (a recent name, in reference to the logistically advantageous geographic position on the continent.)
Oh come on man...Edmonton, "the city of champions."
 

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Baja California?
 

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Waterloo: The 'Loo
Kitchener: K-Town
 

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Georgetown, Ontario


- G-town

- and i think this one is best its inspired from Toronto's t-dot..but with a twist, G-spot.
:lol:


But enough of that, for Toronto, I like Hogtown. Unique and catchy, I simply can't stand generic names, names copied from somewhere else, over-egotistical names, or ones referencing a more famous locale.
 
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