BRACKNELL is home to magical forests, numerous roundabouts… and some of the UK’s strangest road names.

Some of these street names are wholly unusual- while others are on the ruder side of the spectrum.

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Here are 10 Bracknell streets and areas with risqué and cheeky names:

Cock-A-Dobby, Sandhurst

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Do you live on Cock-A-Dobby?

The road is among a list of the top 10 rudest street names in Britain

You may also recognise the name after TV's famous schoolboys The Inbetweeners poked fun at it.

The cast James Buckley, Joe Thomas, Blake Harrison and Simon Bird – better known as Jay, Simon, Neil and Will from The Inbetweeners, visited Cock-a-Dobby as part of their Comic Relief Rude Road Trip.

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In 2013, they were given the fundraising mission by comedian Greg Davies, who plays their sarcastic head of sixth form Mr Gilbert.

Wagbullock Rise

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Believe it or not, there's an actual street called Wagbullock Rise.

Forget where your mind takes you for a minute, it's actually a nice little street tucked behind Bagshot Road.

World's End Hill

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This part of Bracknell sounds dramatic and would be the perfect filming location for The World's End except it doesn't have the iconic pub there.

Sometimes when people choose a location to live in, extra points will be honoured if the road name sounds nice.

Living in World's End sounds a bit dramatic but funny at the same time.

Chuff Corner

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Tucked away in Warfield you'll find Chuff Corner. One reader thinks the street name is cheeky.

Can you think as to why?

Cock Lane

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There is a road name in Warfield called Cock Lane. Does anything more need to be said?

Mushroom Castle

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We're not quite sure what the town planning department was thinking but this is hilarious.

There is an actual place in Bracknell Forest called Mushroom Castle. There are no mushroom fields, no castles, just a standard road with normal houses.

If your road name sounds a little odd, then comment the name of it below!