Last Call – Where Farmer John Lives Edition

How could you possibly live on this street and not be hungry all the time?
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  1. Maxichamp Avatar

    No joke. I was in Washington's Olympic Peninsula last summer and drove past Kitchen Dick Road.

  2. tonyola Avatar

    It's baconnnnn![youtube CErapf79rqM youtube]

  3. dwegmull Avatar

    Everyone on that street is named Kevin.

    1. tonyola Avatar

      Except old Sir Francis down near the corner.

    2. Alff Avatar

      Everyone in the world lives no more than six streets away.

  4. Alff Avatar

    That's in Macon.

  5. name_too_long Avatar

    I wonder how many times they've had to replace that sign after someone stole it.

  6. Matt Avatar

    I grew up on Bacon Drive. How awesome is that?

    1. FuzzyPlushroom Avatar

      Not much beats going for a bacon drive. Seriously, if you've never driven while eating bacon, you should. Only recommended if you drive an automatic, take pains not to get grease everywhere, and bring napkins.

  7. njhoon Avatar

    This is in the Diner Subdivision. Bacon lane cuts right through the whole development. When you first enter off of Coffee Expressway, it intersects Pancake Drive, French Toast Way, Eggs Rd. A little further down there is a tricky corner at the junction of Lettuce and Tomato. It always seems busy by Cheese Burger Drive.
    A popular way to go is After Last Call Rd. That route can be dangerous as it is only open late at night, is very twisty and goes by jumping tree orchard and is not recommended.

  8. highmileage_v1 Avatar

    Somehow I don't think Vincent could get Jules to drive down that road.