Labeled as discuss in Brandable Domain Discussion, started by ThatNameGuy, Oct 2, 2019
Wow, really? Can't wait!
Sinbad...that might be a good one for someone to develop since millions of baby sitters are needed all over the world. I think there are a number of different ways to monetize it....Good Luck!
Donavan...that's "good stuff". My Kiwanis Club in VB takes 50+ kids fishing every year, so might I recommend CatchingKids.com because we jokingly call it "catching" instead of "fishing". Send me a DM, and maybe I can share an idea or two about "catching" and kids
This is the very first time I hear it called "catching". Always known it to be "fishing".
Thanks for the recommendation but I'll pass.
I think "catching" fish would work but then that is also known as "fishing"
I think these qualify:
Kerchoo.com - it's in the dictionary, the sound you make when you sneeze Also a meme.
Qirki.com - 'quirky'
Boodl.com - short for 'boodle', which is 'money' (kind of slang for 'ill-gotten gains')
Those are all good Bannen....I registered a couple of "catchy" domains today after reading this about the greatest two digit number;
"69 because it has an interesting symmetry.
I guess 96 has it too but is not as aesthetically pleasing.
69 is also interesting because its Roman representation is equal to itself (LXIX - 12+24+9+24=69) (this is also true of 63 but it lacks the symmetry in Arabic decimals)
the only number whose square and cube contain once and only once all numerals from zero to nine when written in decimal notation: 69^2= 4761 and 69^3 = 328509
69 is the smallest number besides 1 whose sum of divisors equals its reversal (96 = 1 + 3 + 23 + 69)
So I am going to say the greatest 2 digit number is 69"
This resulted in Symmetry69.com and Ocean69.com. Now get your minds out of the gutter everyone.....we're talking symmetry here
I have this one , i think it's catchy/creative
stil figuring what to do with it (sell it or create an ecom site around it)
OkBitch . com
Now that's catchy....much better than OKBoomer
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