What’s that you say? You didn’t even KNOW that arthurhatton.com has an official Polish village? Well, I didn’t either, until an online friend of mine suggested that I click the Wikipedia random article link and become an expert in whatever subject I landed on. Now for some reason, in the past, whenever I clicked that link I always landed on the page of some European football or cricket player (yeah, I don’t get it either), but this time I decided to give it a whirl just in case I might be interested in cricket this time. Instead of landing on anything dealing with European sports, it transported me to the ancient, inspiring land of Mochty-Smok.
Best. Village name. Ever.
In fact, I love the name Mochty-Smok (pronounced MOCKH-te SMOCK… err, I think) so much that I am officially adopting the village as the Official Polish Village of ArthurHatton.com. I welcome the new and everlasting friendship between myself and Mochty-Smok and hope that it brings us years of mutual admiration and trust. Where is Mochty-Smok, you ask?
Well, it’s in Gmina Zakroczym, I know that. I know what you’re all thinking – you’re dying to know how you can get there immediately. Well, now, with Google Maps technology, you can visit Mochty-Smok from the comfort of your own home.
Now, let’s take an immersive tour through the three major landmarks of Mochty-Smok, according to Google Maps.
Whoa! Okay, here’s another one.
Now that’s what I call impressive! No way. Check out those sweet tread marks. Last one:
Okay, I love Mochty-Smok but I don’t want to know what went on (or who was imprisoned or lived) down here. This ends the tour of Mochty-Smok, so seriously, exit the Haunted Tunnel of Mochty-Smok as soon as possible. No refunds.