No dating just fucking
Despite having a population of only 104 in 2005, the village has drawn attention for its unusual place name in the English-speaking world.
Its road signs are a popular visitor attraction, and they were often stolen by souvenir-hunting tourists until 2005, when the signs were modified to be theft-resistant.
Regarding these "other avenues", Schmitzberger stated, "[w]hat they are, I am not at liberty to disclose, but we will not stand for the Fucking signs being removed.
It may be very amusing for you British, but Fucking is simply Fucking to us. It is puerile." A resident of the village, Josef Winkler, attempted to cash in on the village's fame by setting up a website on which he sold T-shirts featuring the village road signs, with the slogan "I like Fucking in Austria" printed on them.
The whole thing became a real trial for me and I had to stop.
People are very traditional here." In July 2009, it was announced that the village would install CCTV cameras in an attempt to deter summertime tourists from filming themselves having sexual intercourse in front of the Fucking signs.
Whether or not your vagina smells like a field of fresh lilies.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...
We've exchanged some emails, chatted a few times on MSN, and made plans to meet for a coffee or a drink. Contrast this with the number of women who put "no games" on their profile or their Craig's List ad.
The day before (or of) our date, she bails on me with some excuse about being busy with work or not feeling well, and says "let me know if you still want to meet sometime! Any one or two incidents and I would believe I'm just unlucky.
Höppl said that tourists, and the money they bring to the area, were welcome, but locals were sick of replacing the road signs.
Commander Schmitzberger, the local police chief, also hinted at other avenues to stop what he calls "foreign criminals" from disturbing order in the village.