Kembla Grange 2: Electric Boogaloo. Dapdon't. Crackto. Goonville.
Those are just some of the names Mercury readers have suggested for a new suburb to be created by splitting Kembla Grange in half.
Of course, the name of McKeon was thrown into the ring by quite a few people on the Mercury Facebook page.
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Which is odd, given residents objected to an early council option of McPhail because it sounded like a surname. It sounded like "McFail" too, which didn't help.
Council has already spent more than a year figuring out what to name the new suburb - their original short-list was rejected by residents last year.
The new list is made up of Murringah, Stream Hill or Haworth, due to their local connections.
Murringah is the Dharawal word for coal, Stream Hill is the name of an early land grant and the location of one of the oldest homesteads still standing in the area, and Haworth is a property owned by the Haworth family and part of the 1825 Dunlop Vale land grant.
But Mercury readers have a few other ideas - including those mentioned in the opening paragraph.
Other unkind suggestions included Flannoville, Methville and Crapto.
It's safe to say council isn't going to be going back to the drawing board to consider any of those options.
Others took it a bit more seriously, suggesting names like Flame Tree, Dapto Hills or Swan Hill - none of which were on the short-list.
Of the three names actually up for consideration it seems Haworth is the preferred option for Mercury readers, followed by Stream Hill.
Murringah seems the least popular, with one commenter saying it would be too hard to spell for outsiders
But the Wollongong is full of tricky suburbs for outsiders - Woonona, Unanderra, Thirroul. Even Wollongong causes spelling problems.
Residents have until September 17 to make their selection. And remember, Crapto isn't one of the options.
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