Even if you don’t live in Denver, this Guide to Suburban Denver Subdivision Names is damn funny. I’m sure the same absurd naming schemes are pretty common in other cities.
In Maryland, when I was in high school, new subdivisions were being built upon farmland through which my mother and I foxhunted with the Howard County-Iron Bridge Hunt Club. Although I was always a bit sad to lose good hunting territory, I was downright offended when subdivisions would be named after the foxhunting no longer possible on that land, e.g. “Fox Ridge” with a hunting horn as the logo.
Then again, anything’s better than the name of the neighborhood built around our farm in New Jersey in the early 1980s: “Lifestyle 80′s.” I kid you not. Obviously, it was changed once the 90′s arrived, as the developer should have known in advance.