Worcester’s got some interesting street names, so we decided to come up with a list of the best and worst street names Worcester has to offer. Let us know if we missed any…….
Top 5 Worst Street Names In Worcester
5. Florida Ave
Of all the states in the Union they could’ve picked, they had to choose the most God-forsaken, Walmart-infested, fat bastard enclave of them all? Fail.
4. Plastics Street
This is really the best they could come up with? Did they name this street after Regina George or was there some city planner who just hated aluminum with a raging passion?
3. Chester Street
The only thing I can think of when I hear the word “Chester,” is “molestor.” That’s why people stopped naming their kids Chester. You’re setting your kid up for a lifetime of being called “Chester the molestor.”
2. Gingerbread Ave
Speaking of molesting kids, is there a shadier name than Gingerbread Ave? It’s a dead end street with two houses on it, and for some reason the City of Worcester named it after a house that an old woman who lived in the middle of nowhere used as bait to eat, enslave, and/or molest Hansel and Gretel.
1. Clive Street
Also known as Spanky Ave. Easily the most disliked and racist street in all of Worcester.
Top 5 Best Street Names in Worcester
5. King Philip Road
King Philip was the name a bunch of settlers gave to the Indian chief they were at war with. Then they massacred his entire tribe and named a street after him in Worcester. Murica.
4. Chevy Chase Road
I still say he’s the funniest movie Dad in history.
3. Bel Air Street
Didn’t even know this street existed before today. Now I wanna call a cab up and tell the drive, “Yo Homes, to Bel Air…..street.” Then I want Uncle Phil to toss me onto the patio by my pants for trying to hook up with Ashley.
2. Mary Jane Circle
I see what ya did there Worcester. I don’t know who names these streets, but I’m gonna assume it was someone’s kid is behind this one. Some big shot downtown was running out of names for streets, when he asked his stoner son Spicoli to come up with a name. So his son told him “Mary Jane” and then when his Dad went through with it him and all his buddies had a giggle session in the basement for the next two hours.
1. Dick Drive
What’d we miss?