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Surnames; Golightly, Monster and more

Labeled as discuss in General Domain Discussion, started by ThatNameGuy, Nov 25, 2020

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  1. ThatNameGuy

    ThatNameGuy Restricted (33% DM) Gold Account

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    So I meet this guy the other day and he tells me his name is Gxxx Golightly....no sh*t. I had to ask him a second time, and I heard it right the first time.

    Just when I thought Rob Monster had a wild and crazy name only kids could love, i meet this guy.

    I've been screwing around with domains/names for a little over three years now, and I've probably heard a half dozen or so names I would register myself if they were available.

    Ironically, Gxxx Golightly, Jxxx Brodie, and Tony Ritz run in the same circles and I've met all these guys this year 2020. I wonder what's up with that?

    Anyone know anyone who ever changed their name? They do it in Hollywood all the time.

    Another thing I've found interesting is that "Monster" is actually a nTLD and there are a few thousand .Monster names registered. I didn't know Rob had that many kids:xf.eek:

    Curious....any stories to share about surnames and given names? What's the most unusual name you've ever heard?
     
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  2. seomotionz

    seomotionz Established Member

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    Don't know much about these people who changes name. Although heard of them though.;)

    But I think it's really funny that you met them this year (all in one year):sneaky:. I mean how much more weird stuff can really happen this year???:xf.eek: :nailbiting::nailbiting::nailbiting:
     
  3. ThatNameGuy

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    Thanks for commenting. Another thing I find hard to believe is there are 170,000 registered domains with the extension .monster. How can that be? Has anyone ever seen .monster used commercially? If so, how so?
     
  4. seomotionz

    seomotionz Established Member

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    Actually it's pretty hard to tell. But frankly I haven't came across them. Coming to your query somebody with experience on handling myriad domains can answer. Or, have plenty of knowledge regarding these matters.
     
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    I met loads in entertainment industry with stage names.
     

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