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MovingSpeeches.com As Seen On BBC1 EastEnders

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  1. julian United Kingdom

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    Not having digg' was genuinely interested, I'm still going to sulk though.
     
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    articles.co.uk
     
  3. DaveP United Kingdom

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    Ok my apologies.
     
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    This thread is hilarious. 10/10, would read again.
     
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    wwwmovingspeeches.com

    What phil actually said was wwwmovingspeeches.com that's what stopped me registering www.movingspeeches.com when it was FTR by the way wwwmovingspeeches.com is FTR
     
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    Movingpeaches.com is still available. Popular typo for Movingspeeches.com
     
  7. blether United Kingdom

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    2-3 times a week?! They need to eat more peaches.
     
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    Indeed - daily man here! :lol:

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  9. boxerdog

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    Has this thread really moved on from a domain for sale to people should eat more peaches to entice regular bowl movement, pictures of poo and how regular Acorn members are......Or is this all a dream :confused:
     
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    I think the domain and turd pic actually have quite a lot in common. It's still on topic IMO.
     
  11. ian

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    Agreed, topic following its deserved path!
     
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    @ Boxerdog, yeah, it's all shits and giggles on this one :lol:
     
  13. spiderspider

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    QUICK!!!!!!!

    They just mentioned findtherightmate.co.uk on Doctors. Get it regged and cream in the benefits :) :)

    it was free when I just checked :)
     
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    To add to this, GetOutThere.com was mentioned on Dinner Date last week (I don't watch it, the mrs does, honest). Still FTR!
     
  15. ian

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    Wow, DOMAINGURESS is going to be quids in with all these mentions :D
     
  16. Retired_Member42

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    I know! 40 g's a piece!

    I might reg them and undercut him. £39k or so. Corner the market an all that.
     
  17. Philnorris Germany

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    Oh man, i dont come on this site often enough and to think i could have missed this thread.

    I sold thousand of domains a year so i hope i know my stuff with domain evaluation. OP i will offer you £0.25 as long as you cover the transfer costs and let me know if any more gems drop into your lap.

    Proper funny
     
  18. RobM

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    I think this person has gone.
     
  19. MangoFish United Kingdom

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    Very funny thread :)

    Looking at the ebay auction, I notice whilst the OP didn't sell at his offer price of £49,995.00, he did get 3 offers:

    99p
    £7
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    £350

    I'd have bitten the hand off the £350 guy before he changed his mind!.
     
  20. MangoFish United Kingdom

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    I think deliberately breaking an NDA would seriously damage your reputation, making it much harder to sell further domains - especially (and obviously) ones to buyers insisting on an NDA...
     
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