Favorite Cities to Say

Somehow "Montpelier" came up in conversation, and Michael Michael matter-of-factly said, "Oh, that's on my list of Favorite Cities to Say." While it might not be uncommon for people to have a list of Favorite Cities to Visit, having a pre-existing selection based simply on euphony is, at the very least, amusingly strange. I'm not making fun, mind you, as this strangeness is probably one of the strongest reasons we are friends. Besides, it inspired me to make a list of my own.
Favorite U.S. Cities to Say:
1. Minneapolis
2. Montpelier
3. Albuquerque
4. Wichita
5. Rancho Cucamonga
6. Toledo
7. Tallahassee
8. Boise
9. Cincinnati
10. Milwaukee

How fortunate it must be to live in one of these locations: you would regularly get to have as much fun as possible with your lips short of motor-boating.
What are your favorite cities to say?


Ted said...

I was just in Waikabubak.

Why - Ka - Boo - Bak

That's a pretty good one.

Caroline said...

I live in St Paul, aka Minneapolis' cooler but not-as-fun-to-say twin. It is a pretty sweet name, gotta say.

One of my favs is Walla Walla, Washington. (gotta add the Washington for full fun)

Anonymous said...

Walla Walla, Washington. And if I had to start a list of favorite Lakes to say, Titicaca would for sure be in the top five.

Kevin said...

Walla Walla, Washington! How could I have forgotten?

KirstB said...

Worcester (Wa-stah) or any city that you get to pronounce in appropriate regional accent.

Anonymous said...

Burque(Burr-Kay)is what we are supposed to call our little city as "in the know" locals. I'm glad it made your list of fav city names but I'm sad because your reference probably came from looney tunes.