Discussion in 'General Domain Discussion' started by Kuffy, May 10, 2017.
You look up a name in a whois service, and you find that you already own it.
Your are receiving expiring domain notifications from registrar's you don't recognize..
When you don't remember domains you have that you loved when you acquired them.
You check out the nameservers and they are not the ones that you use..<guilty
When you need a mortgage to cover your renewals.
Next step downwards is putting your wife on the streets..
When deleting spam email and blocking spam calls is a full time job.
When your kids call you GoDaddy instead of Daddy.
When you seriously suggest to your wife that, "Honey, we should name the baby, Dom.com!"
You know you have got too many names when..
- your sell rate is poor
- your never achieved ROI
When you've got tens of thousands of unread emails regarding this and that change in this and that domain. And don't want to delete those because you think you're communicating with your domains.
Sigh .. I seriously *WISH* I knew I have too many domain names!
*Grabs my list of today's closeouts and secretly heads over to GoDaddy*
You get an mid $xxxx offer for a domain you 've already forgotten.
When your best friends are emojis.
... When every post on NamePros somehow reminds you of one of your domains ...
Wouldn't it be better to be friends (with benefits) with an eroji than an emoji ??? lol
Simply when renewals>your funds
When you avoid using v,u,4 and 0 in everything. I never used to do that. Thanks China!
.. then realise you can't invest in cannabis/420 domains with the 4 or 0
I wouldn't mind that problem.
... you've listened to so many @DomainSherpa podcasts that you now think of @Domain Shane, Frank Schilling and @MediaOptions as Uncle Shane, Uncle Frank and Uncle Drew .. who all hang out at Uncle Mike's place .. even if they're not even old enough to be your uncle!
i might be. Frank and I are both the same age. Our bank accounts are different though
You guys aren't that far ahead of me .. lol .. but maybe you could be my uncle if we counted in "years domaining"!
Ummm .. now I'm thinking maybe Uncle Frank needs to fly his nephew out to the Cayman's for a visit soon!
Separate names with a comma.