Labeled as available in Available Domain Names started by Bannen, Feb 23, 2006.
got Awphul.com, i really liked this name and thought it was a good play on Awful.
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Hey, if I'd remembered I had that one posted I would have grabbed it; I've lately just been getting a bunch of zany but cool names to dev into fun stuff. Have fun with it, thanks for letting me know.
Here's a few more tossed atcha for the weekend, to keep your fingers warm:
vorfu.com -- means something, gosh knows what. Google it. Name?
huggerMount.com -- real thing.
reversingFan/s.com -- ditto.
fireRater/s.com -- useful. Even for firewalls?
snapInstaller/s.com -- usable.
drywallBoardlifter.com -- lots of real things tonight; you can sample them for traffic if that's what you like
faicet/s.com -- typo for faucet/s?
adjustible.com -- typo.
teenajers.com -- might be usable as brand.
nailGin/s.com -- typo for nailguns?
idogger.com -- cool for something.
scene10.com -- very usable for film/tv. All other 'scene + number' below 10 are taken. Bannen checks these things for you. Bannen is looking out for you. Bannen tries to... wait a moment... why is Bannen speaking in the third-person? Bannen must stop this immediately, and Bannen will try to....
Okay, I'm sane again. 10 is also a nice round number, so if you gotta dev a film site, scene10.com is cool.
hairse.com -- hmmm.... hairs-e, or hair-se something? Ha! Hair Search Engine. If you have lots to do but insist on wasting your time thinking up such things instead of doing what's really important, you, also, could come up with such ingenious and useless trivia, grasshopper.
bewtie.com -- nice and usable coined word.
trustible.com -- nice typo, better used as coined/brand.
stible.com -- also a nice coined.
ribs2go.com -- food take-out.
sin2go.com -- sex take-out.
illNayshun.com -- this is a hiphop artist. Doesn't EVERYONE know yet that you must register your name before becoming well-known, so domainers don't nab your name and force you to either pay for it, or pay for a lawyer to get it for 'free'? If anyone knows him, please tell him for Gawd's sake to register his name. Unless his sh*t sucks, in which case there's no point, he's a flash in the pan and a loser before even hitting any bigtime. Still, better to get the name and be flushed down the toilet than to have never been flushed, or registered or something, at all. Your 'wisdom for the day'.
Bannen is tired. Bed time.
yet another add-on list of swag
colorCaster.com -- very nice; painting, art, images, etc.
recordage.com -- nice for something.
tearable.com -- real word.
terble.com -- typos, or coined.
nicish.com -- real words.
pityFull.com -- typos.
pissOut.com -- sorry for those
deplumate.com -- yes, real word.
displume.com -- ditto.
List, and tips
Something I do that might help you, is I go to websites in other languages, and just start searching those words with the dot.com ending. Any that I find available, I then go to online language translators to see if that word might have value to reg. For example, I just found the name Voor.mobi still available... Googled it, and it brought back over 450 million results... high in anyone's book.
However, when you translate voor, it means 'for', towards, that kind of thing. Not a product or name or object... you don't get people typing in just 'for' in english into google search. So I wouldn't get the dot.mobi here... of course if the dot.com were avail I'd nab it as an anagram of various businesses and a neat LLLL.
For your information, I find that, of all the countries/languages I've checked so far, the most dot.com regs other than English seem to be German words... don't take this as difinitive because I ain't an expert on it. I type in German words and they're taken all across the TLD's, not just dot.com. Lots of Japanese and Spanish words taken too.
All that preamble because I'm going to toss a bunch on today's list; all have Google results, some quite large, especially the names. Many make just great coined words also. Most have little to no Overture.
maidey.com -- I like that one.
Kizzers.com -- beauty name!
irmhild.com -- dot.net taken...
rattish.com -- nice one.
urbanWink.com -- dating site?
clogar.com -- snazzy.
betaTrends.com -- usable.
mintable.com -- real word.
gaggish.com -- ditto.
verturd.com -- just sounds so satisfying to say this one.
beoogd.com -- can you believe over a million google for that crazy word?
cardling.com -- poker?
curdell.com -- surname.
nyves.com -- fantasmic coined word for knives?
marjerine.com -- typo.
marjarine.com -- ditto.
zuwaz.com -- nice coined. Real name.
zuwaza.com -- ditto.
nontle.com -- very usable.
workMesh.com -- great for jobs, job integration, etc.
kaartjen.com -- tickets, in Dutch
Unlax, man, unlaaaaaxxxx. I won't post this kind in all my lists; just thought I'd throw a few your way to see how it's taken. Enjoy.
Please let me know if you grab any.
List from Heaven! #32
All right, you'll have fun today. I have been so busy lately I haven't been contributing regularly... and have hardly had time for my own domaining. So here's some of my faves for Bannen's Best, letting go of a few names I wanted to reg eventually. There's lots more so I don't mind giving you these gifts. Run to the registrars now, believe me later!
tipSpy.com -- Oh, like you can't use that one!
paptop.com -- typo of laptop.
spitSpy.com -- Dentists?
Marakin.com -- surname.
freeNaps.com -- splendid. Napster downloads?
icrobat.com -- can't lose with that 'i' in front of acrobat.
crussi.com -- very snazzy coined words.
laughible.com -- typo but usable for fun site.
laughzine.com -- oh, great one for joke site or any funny book!
puterBot.com -- use it well, gamers.
creemie/s.com -- both of those stellar coined words. Extremely brandable.
Some application nametypes:
editingApps.com -- very usable.
garageMetal.com -- considering my love of music names, this is a big gift if you're a metal muzak fan. I'm happy enough with GarageRap.com
luttel.com -- nice one.
minsten/s.com -- plural has 8 mill Google, common surname somewhere.
roboBanking.com -- very proud of that one, use it well with your ecommerce.
shootable.com -- grabbit, gun users or filmers.
stuir.com -- surname.
toreAss.com -- means moved quick; slang.
trillyun.com -- great money names, very brandable.
milyun.com -- with one l.
cellNuclei.com -- scientists can grab that one...
flavrSavrTomato.com -- no, I haven't gone wacko. This is the name of the very famous genetically engineered tomato, that has now been discontinued; Google it for fascinating info.
overturd.com -- typo, or if you hate overtures.
frankensex.com -- 8 adult names coming your way, none with swearing. Jump ahead if you're offended by even these.
celebritySexStar/s.com -- Bannen has hundreds of avail adult names which cannot be posted here
manualist.com -- this is a real thing.
bristler.com -- this is both a 'marital aid' product , and a surname.
fingerCream.com -- nicely usable, common skin products term.
quietSwitch.com -- real item. Don't know if TM'd.
tearable.com -- real word. Paper, tickets, crafts, I don't know.
That's all. Hope you enjoyed and regged some of those. Let me know, thanks.
Here's a few more.
Few more nice ones tonight, just add to previous list from tonight.
sinjax.com -- dot.net is taken...
sadSpy.com -- very nice for something.
JaguarSpy.com -- FerrariSpy.com taken.
duled.com -- very nice word for something. 34K Google.
dolid.com -- 80K Google.
imnise.com -- both of those also with 'z'.
buriers.com -- very nice for something. Real word.
LosCops.com -- 'the cops' in Spanish?
Yes, I've been going through a coined word phase lately. I'll get over it soon?
# 33 for THEE
bulkThread/s.com -- for big forums, or for sewing.
tvavel.com -- typo.
casinosWest.com -- all other directions taken.
lippil.com -- like that one.
ginches.com -- real word.
gaunches.com -- also real word. Aside for being a slang term for underwear, it was also the name of an ancient people. I don't know exactly what they wore for underwear.
plawns.com -- these seem nicely usable for something.
Painth.com -- Town in Pakistan.
palaceCare.com -- finding good housekeepers for mine is always a challenge.
manicStreet.com -- p.s. Manic Street Preachers is a band.
yappyPoodle/s.com -- I'm sure we've all wanted to throw a bottle or 2 at one of these in our lives.
yapBark.com -- that says it all. At least, in mutt talk. Add 'growl' and 'whine' to that, but those aren't really dog words so much as emoting. For language, their complete lexicon is yap, bark. - courtesy the Bannencyclopedia.
eyeContractor/s.com -- might be usable for any eye business.
2020clearSight.com -- 2020clearVision and 2020Vision taken.
2010pass/es.com -- nicely usable for Olympics; for tickets? If you can figger out how to monetize it without actual Olympics content on there...
lazyager.com -- those all takes off of teen-ager.
datager.com -- nicely usable.
datatician.com -- Oh, very nice one. Data names often good sellers, and **Xtra special Namepros Excitementable ** datatician is actually a real word. You'll hardly ever see it though, I think there were actually 8 google results for it, in the whole wide world. But, reg it, develop it, go forth and make it into the famous, venerated, successful word its Momma always wanted it to become, brave Nameproer.
spermage.com -- adult, or health, or fertility, I don't know. All I know is, anyone who regs this name is NOT likely to admit they did so in this thread. So I will have to Whois you and then post your name and address in large bold letters myself, on many other forums. No, don't thank me, Bannen tries to help those more embarrassable than himself; it is my calling.
twoote.com -- fun.
floort.com -- for dating?
hotParadises.com -- beaches/travel.
doSlap.com -- you have my permission.
dosly.com -- surname.
hotSpyware.com -- usable.
tripSchool.com -- this one seems nicely grabbable.
dirtyCanine.com -- ha ha. Saw dirtyDog.com in appraisals forum.
dotSets.com -- seems good for domaining.
potGuy.com -- kitchenware, or smoke provider?
cookGuy.com -- very nice.
grogMart.com -- liquor store?
DamnGoodBet.com -- gambling.
firstExtension.com -- GREAT one for the dot.com; anything to do with domains.
firstSecondThirdFourth.com -- if you type in enough numbers, you'll finally get an available name. Only took 4!
Thanks for viewing in.
Edit: few more very good ones I'm letting go:
Ambeth.com -- female first name.
newRant/s.com -- excellent for blog.
SlobClub.com *****run for that one
sceneGo.com -- movies, vids.
hellSale.com -- always laugh at that one.
That was the cream of one of my lists, thought I'd give it up because what the heck. There's more to come
i reg'd xfaz.com, thank you!!
Hey, from an old list! Thanks for letting me know of your reg
Another nice big list on its way in a day or 2 to peel your eyeballs back
#34 has more!
I know, you think I've been lazy and posting shorter lists lately. So here's a big caboose of dual-track friction-causing spark-igniting earth-pounding nabble of roadside rabble:
kahleef.com -- name.
rot-not.com -- this is a product; don't know if it's TM'd.
waveRoll.com -- splendidly nifty for something.
ceute.com -- Surname, or coined word for 'cute'.
stules.com -- surname, or typo for styles...
baggyBrand/s.com -- for baggy jeans?
foreignCasinos.com -- grab that one if you know what's usable!
peashe.com -- surname.
can-USborder.com -- Canada-US border.
pappey.com -- very nice coined.
pissic.com -- not so nice coined.
outdater/s.com -- seems nicely usable.
arguey.com -- surname.
clodHead.com -- me. No, wait; you. Or me, whichever doesn't work, I think. Or not.
vanityFan.com -- people who really love themselves?
wordager.com -- very nice coined for anything-words; dictionary, domains, thesaurus, grammar, translation, etc.
iOwnStuff.com -- pretty general.
poncie.com -- name.
firstPeck.com -- dating?
fingur.com -- this is a band name, among other things. Don't know about TM. Seems very usable. Guitar lessons? Critic site?
dumbSin/s.com -- if you've gonna do 'em, crash and burn big time.
gagpedia.com -- jokes.
eyerz.com -- great coined, for vision, glasses, photography, etc. Also a surname.
modernVoom.com -- To the non-English: Voom is a sound effect for cars, like vroom.
songOrama.com -- very nice for music/lyrics/downloads. Note that Singorama.com is taken, and is TM'd.
writar.com -- typo or coined. Very usable for a writer, scripter, etc.
insideWay.com -- love those ones.
nipploid.com -- is that a shape? I couldn't quite find it in the dictionary, but I know I've wrapped my lips around that word somehow, somewhere...
rizers.com -- it's a shoe brand; I'm assuming it may be TM'd, but you can check. Usable for other uses too.
SlimDawson.com -- a kind of tree, and some singer from the '40's I think.
charmFuel.com -- dating/love? Pickup lines?
dealSir.com -- if you want deals from very polite people. Rather than like the deals I get, where I have to run real quick after signing, and ducking bullets, that kind of thing.
snupers.com -- great coined word for search engine. Check first to see if Snuper.com has a TM...
veryDroll.com -- common saying. For comedy site? British comedy?
artistAcrylic/s.com -- paints.
fremch.com -- typo for French.
notPreggo.com -- not pregnant.
jaoam.com -- I was trying for typos of Japan.
200HP.com -- some HP (horsepower) numbers taken, others avail. HP coould also stand for Hewlett Packard.
modernFag/s.com -- great name if it applies, very tongue-in-cheek.
urbanHomo.com -- Bannen tries to include names for everyone
darkGospel.com -- love that one.
deWrap.com -- like unwrap. ?Still makes sense?
moussant.com -- this is 'foamy' in French.
vegWax.com -- vegetable wax.
vapourri.com -- I really wanted this, but the TM kept me away. Like potpourri.
cyberBalm.com -- seems great for something, especially 'fixing' anything internet-wise.
4SpeakerSystem/s.com -- stereo systems.
eventLauncher/s.com -- very usable.
airVags.com -- typo for airbags.
feeForm/s.com -- great for something about money.
vigoru.com -- means something in some language somewhere, but I didn't look it up.
tuckar.com -- surname
iMangle.com -- fights?
fiasca.com -- surname, and typo of fiasco, and other stuff.
nameDeleter/s.com -- great for namedrops.
opentopLorry/ies.com -- transports in Britain.
1950Fifties.com -- and others.
gynoLab/s.com -- women's health studies?
thinkputer.com -- great one!
ideaputer.com -- doubly great one!
geniush.com -- genius after a few drinks.
prettyish.com -- dating? It's kind of a real word, too.
digitalTail.com -- adult, or about pets?
consimer/s.com -- typo.
deglet.com -- surname.
Whew. Hope you found something you could use. Thanks for hanging in with the long one. Please let me know if you reg any.
List 35 in the hive
Without perambulatin' preamble, here's the gnarble of babel:
make1000000dollars.com -- with 'one million' is taken.
monzas.com -- Car, surname, etc. Lots of use here.
fadpedia.com -- very useful for fads/tech.
smithCage.com -- gym equipment.
quickerBlog.com -- snazzy.
varietySeries.com -- tv?
unattracted.com -- there's a half-decent dic word still avail.
dualOctane.com -- sounds very cool and quick.
cheyn.com -- surname.
viralService/s.com -- VERY usable.
clearden.com -- surname.
breedingTechnique/s.com -- Bannen is in a hurry today, which is obvious when you see me pass up making comments on these kinds of names
cleavager.com -- adult? Implants? Bras?
decloaked.com -- A Romulan vessel about to attack...
choclaty.com -- typo, but usable.
2x50.com -- and a lot of your less-common equations still avail, of course.
scrawnyNeck.com -- ha ha.
rastaJoint.com -- two very different things, these.
junkChow.com -- junk food. Or funny Oriental food site name?
answerYesOrNo.com -- good one. Although I usually prefer to answer with a thrown cowpie, but if you need to be polite, this can work too.
smiters.com -- hitters; boxing? Martial arts?
All for now. Sorry I'm in a rush. Hope you can use some of these and enjoy them. Please let me know if you reg any... I WILL eventually be able to cross them off above lists. A lot of names have been taken but I haven't had time to sift yet.
provlog.com been taken ...not me, but sounds a nice name...
imageoid.com is very good...
loveFlair.com is taken, not by me though, I was interested in that one too!!
Thanks guys; you snooze, you lose, ha. I've lost a lot of names that I searched for just by waiting a day or 3 to decide. Most of the time now I search using a secure source, but the last couple lists were put through registrars so of course the results are seen by others and the nicer ones nabbed.
Hey, Zilla, nice to see you still around
Another list soon, as usual
#36 fulla Trix
ferality.com -- expired name. Dot.net taken.
surfaria.com -- surfari taken.
PatCupp.com -- singer from the 'fifties.
muscleHotrod/s.com -- for cars.
DonDailey.com -- actor from awhile back.
CanadaTrend.com -- expired name.
femTel.com -- don't say I never give you anything. Great name.
dirbies.com -- typo, of course. Usable as a coined word.
dirbys.com -- ditto.
girlDerby.com -- some 'girl' names:
ThursdayGirl.com -- the only 2 days open with girl.
wingadingding.com -- what yer granpappy said back in the '50's when he was happy.
spaMilk.com -- real stuff.
bugLeather.com -- don't know if this is real, but it's funny.
pronVlog/ger.com -- pron is the polite inet term for porn.
ThursdayEvening.com -- tried all weekdays with morning, afternoon, evening, and night. Here's what's left. What, Thursday evening ain't good enough for anyone?
VegasFax.com -- geez, why is this one still avail? Enjoy.
skulkAround.com -- this one is by far the most popular usage.
redWhiteBlueFlag.com -- grab this flag name, Americans!
memvership.com -- typo.
URLers.com -- fantastic one if you're developing a site about dn's.
rantEvent.com -- blog?
ex-sexual.com -- ha ha.
mostWon.com -- gambling?
nameDept.com -- *****Excellent for domain resellers sitename. Dept is abbreviation for department.
Thanks for checking in, I hope you can use some of those
Simply the best
Sorry I have so little time for these lists. Thanks all for PM's and for repping, etc. Working the last few months on a huge site, hope to be live within another month.
On a better note - for you - I have an absolute ton of available names to post here, just little time to post and make comments. I know you groan, but I just gotta make the comments. So here's a few more today, finally:
FXmakers.com -- special effects studios/artists?
youthParks.com -- skateboard parks?
nightHoop/s.com -- great for basketball coverage.
scubatropic.com -- love that one, sounds like name for scuba accessories or shop.
ovect.com -- coined?
ovection.com -- same.
fazPitch.com -- fast pitch?
testsOfManhood.com -- I don't need any, baby. You're looking at 100%, Grade-A male, testosteroned to the max.
testosteroned.com -- great for bodybuilding site?
cashVoid.com -- hope this doesn't mean you.
boyOnTheGo.com -- with 'girl' is taken.
mmmLicious.com -- also with one and two 'm's.
vomitSoup.com -- your two favorites on this list, no doubt. I have enough puke and vomit names so have fun with these. I may change my mind so get them fast.
titHonk.com -- I think this is a kind of bird or something? I say that just in case k-i-d-s are checking this list Really, the best upper-story name I've come up with since I posted funJugs.com on a previous list. Enjoy.
moneyess.com -- females with money?
miniSquad.com -- Oh, VERY cool and usable.
All for today. No rep or NP$ necessary if you reg any, but please post any regs IN THREAD since I have so little time to go back and indicate all the taken names. Big thanks for this.
C U next time. Happy New Year!
Sweet names! din reg any this time though
glad to have you back bannen, subscribed to the thread so i don't miss the posts anymore
Latest diarrhea of dn cornucopia
Thanks for the kind words, guys. Here's a few more for today:
FXdom.com -- great for studios, special effects.
jeffor.com -- surname, or coined.
glung.com -- Beauty coined word.
lapSlap.com -- Lapdancing?
lapSlop.com -- funny name for laptop site, for laptop repairs?
jobEater.com -- very usable.
keygenPatch.com -- very useful.
sunnyHeaven.com -- Gorgeous for something.
sunVistas.com -- realty or travel?
goCause.com -- great sitename for any 'cause' groups - pro-life, environment, religion, politics, safety, etc.
hugFlex.com -- This is TM'd, you've been warned. It's a real product.
dinetter/s.com -- real thing.
MP3loud.com -- great for music/downloads.
Thanks for tuning in again today. Please post in thread if you reg any, as usual. Enjoy.
Another short gnibble gnabble of trifling rabble
Few more before the weekend, when I will be too busy again:
bikiniUnion.com -- we all need to join that one.
mangatai.com -- blend of manga and hentai?
cinematicAnimation.com -- real term.
jointCompanies.com -- business, or marijuana producers.
thatsHotParis.com -- Paris Hilton likes to say 'that's hot'.
urbanSuperhero.com -- great for something. Comics?
pterodons.com -- prehistoric fowl.
gradMovie/s.com -- great ones, very usable for posting your graduation films.
softExcellence.com -- great for a software site; rating top software?
annualSoftware.com -- another great and usable one that flew under the radar. Grabbit.
cashKitz.com -- snappy money names.
cachies.com -- nifty for inet use.
spanque.com -- don't spanque me for all my bad puns. On second thought, do.
Thanks for reading. Please post in thread if you nab any.
Have a good weekend.
Time to squeeze in another list for the masses
As usual, I try to include something for all different tastes. Enjoy.
hisWishes.com -- with 'her' taken.
herwich.com -- catering?
reusableMedia.com -- very usable.
mousab.com -- name.
buzzProof.com -- good one.
blondeish.com -- typo but usable.
fadeawayJumper.com -- basketball.
reverseLayup/s.com -- ditto.
popArtZone.com -- great for studios or galleries.
mediaCarnivore.com -- common term.
acquiredSituationalNarcissism.com -- real thing, but you just don't want the domain name, I think.
15minuter.com -- what you call someone who's got their 15 minutes of fame?
medichini.com -- name.
ntonya.com -- place, I think.
pulpiter.com -- preacher?
pulpitBlog.com -- religious blog.
realLoss.com -- for dealing with loss -- death, money, belongings, divorce?
noRealLoss.com -- just the opposite, I guess.
cultureWriter.com -- good for reporter, urban writers, etc.
varase.com -- name.
Tuaton.com -- places.
toastSpread.com -- hmmm...
Milensky.com -- surname.
Kandrot.com -- ditto.
Ruarke.com -- ".
seaterBeater.com -- no idea for use, but sounded kool.
attentuate.com -- real word, but real unusable. You never know.
cigarLector.com -- real job. Google it.
myThousand.com -- with hundred, fifty, forty, etc on down taken.
splurgeTour/s.com -- travel.
splurgeTravel.com -- there, that's clearer.
winterRelease.com -- for movies? The other seasons are also available.
speedNest.com -- nifty and cool name.
animalCrimeLab.com -- this is a real place.
lanceHead.com -- seems usable, somehow.
corpseGraveyard.com -- makes perfect sense.
availableMate.com -- dating. Plural taken.
oneDayAgo.com -- with 'minute', 'year', 'week', and 'month' taken.
userCoupon/s.com -- ** excellent for tips/leads to online coupons. Great name.
carryPrice.com -- very usable.
surefootedness.com -- real word but a little long...
callRange.com -- great one.
faderLight/s.com -- real things.
hugWoman.com -- great for something.
workbenchLight/s.com -- real things.
coldClothes.com -- winter clothes?
soakable.com -- fun one. For swimwear? Bathroom stuff? Pools?
allUsernames.com -- a 'yellow pages' to look up all usernames on the net?
babyFeud.com -- fighting toddlers, ha.
vaseliner.com -- gay? I don't know, don't yell about it.
upFinish.com -- great one for something; decorating, renos, ???
snoopLight.com -- search engine?
femergency.com -- Hotline for female emergencies?
soupopolis.com -- soup recipes.
Thanks for reading, I hope you liked something there. Please let me know in thread if you reg any.
nice list man..keep em coming!
Intabular gigalister of domainbilia dotcommerites #38
Here's the latest conglomeration of nametabulous fripperzania. Peel your eyelids back and enjoy. Hope you like some.
familyCounter.com -- very nice for name lists?
fanyPack/s.com -- typos.
cGamma.com -- other letters as well in front of gamma. Not e/i/x though. Zgamma might be the best.
lippiest.com -- great ones for blogs, rants, jokes, insults, etc.
bogOrchid/s.com -- real flower.
barfage.com -- hilarious name for sick jokes, extreme vids, etc.
ontercourse.com -- typo.
shackleBone.com -- real body part. In your wrist.
snifferz.com -- another funny and usable name.
chopperDrive/r.com -- some great ones cominatcha if you like choppers. Bikes, not teeth, although these names work well for dentists too, ha!
pornRomance.com -- nice adult.
messCleaner.com -- for products or housecleaning service?
shungaPrint.com -- real thing.
pyroFascination.com -- real word, ugly though it is.
snotVomit.com -- hope you’re reading Bannen’s while eating.
tattooette.com -- stellar names for female tattoo artist sites/work.
twinDaughters.com -- with ‘sons’ is taken.
maxAggression.com -- killer name for gaming. Grab that one, serious gamers. I love it.
fumigater/s.com -- typo of fumigator/s.
urbanFag.com -- something for everyone; sorry.
urbanGag/s.com -- jokes.
cashGasm.com -- moneygasm.com is taken.
cookbookSpy.com -- cookbooks are big biz.
0hn0.com -- with number zero subbing for the letter ‘o’s. Oh, no.
s1lver.com -- more number subs cominatcha.
butt0n.com -- nice one.
nonLive.com -- hmmm.... usable for something.
TibetoBurman.com -- a people/language.
tiedCottage.com -- a thing.
thwartwise.com -- a direction, I think. Something like that. Wherever.
studBooker.com -- agent for male strippers, models, etc.?
bronzeBrew.com -- beer?
graffitu.com -- typo.
nainPage.com -- typo.
videoDarling.com -- very nice for girl site, or video site, or girl video site.
softpartWare.com -- usable in some clunky way.
mediaBiter.com -- snazzy for blog, rant, etc.
enette.com -- female first name. Known but not real common.
starredAndStriped.com -- hey, get this one, you Americans; your flag. Run for it now, thank me later.
cheeseSpy.com -- 007, James. Curdled, not stirred.
slumpflation.com -- this is a real word and people to do with wall street will know what it means.
fumigater/s.com -- typo of fumigator/s.
That’s all for the dot.com’s this list. I’ll post the following in here from now on, rather than keeping a separate list going:
Bannen’s MishMash of Trash:
wisecrack/s.mobi -- fun, smart one for the ext.
carambola.mobi -- a Caribbean resort, a tree, and other stuff.
Vanna.us/mobi -- There must be someone in the US who wants Vanna.US dn? Not even Vanna White?
Goer.biz -- nice LLLL; travel?
fourWheeling.co.uk -- must be places in the UK where you four wheel drive, right?
westerner.mobi -- Gadzooks, 4 more great dot.mobi’s that flew under the radar. Run screaming for them, these ones are truly grand.
bedevil.us -- completes a funny request. Hey man, don’t bedevil us.
dieCutter/s.info/mobi -- this is an occupation.
Gahan.info/us -- common first name, companies, etc.
Bwana.info -- Bwana is a commonly-known Swahili word, kind of like 'sir' or 'senor'. How are you, bwana?
Goner.us/biz -- goner.us might be nice for travel. Even with the dot.biz too.
Tswana.info -- a language. Large google.
Tuareg.mobi -- a nomadic people.
If you nab any, please post the name in thread. Have fun!
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