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Sure, Go For It: Whynot, Mississippi: Why would you name your town Whynot? The answer’s kind of self-evident, but here’s the explanation I got: “They were gonna get incorporated, so they were sitting around trying to figure out what to name it and, and they were arguing and arguing, and someone said, ‘whynot Whynot?'”