Discussion in 'Domain Name Offers Invited' started by Rose Taylor, Apr 29, 2016.
Accepting offers for the pair................forclosure.co.uk and forclosure.uk
Not a word commonly used in the UK, FYI.
Maybe worth keeping your UK 'Wordbook' domains in your back-pocket
Do you think so?
Sorry that was meant as just a little bit of British Wit (Not that word Sarcasm)
forclosure and Barrette
Coupled with your WordBook in the British Extensions
lost in translation
Your Wordbook .co.uk (& UK) depicting British English as a domain/ wordbook.ownership
followed by two Americanisms (for appraisal) all in Jest my American Cousin I promise. I hope you see the Funny-side. I think most of us on this side of the water are more aware of the American sayings and spellings, purely because of it's more Global usage. But, I'm sure you can accept they can't sit right with the UK extension unless it's purely for an American Audience (Travel stuff etc)
Separate names with a comma.