Discussion in 'Introductions' started by DOMAINGURESS, Mar 29, 2014.
Not having digg' was genuinely interested, I'm still going to sulk though.
Ok my apologies.
This thread is hilarious. 10/10, would read again.
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
Movingpeaches.com is still available. Popular typo for Movingspeeches.com
2-3 times a week?! They need to eat more peaches.
Indeed - daily man here! :lol:
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
I think the domain and turd pic actually have quite a lot in common. It's still on topic IMO.
Agreed, topic following its deserved path!
@ Boxerdog, yeah, it's all shits and giggles on this one :lol:
They just mentioned findtherightmate.co.uk on Doctors. Get it regged and cream in the benefits
it was free when I just checked
To add to this, GetOutThere.com was mentioned on Dinner Date last week (I don't watch it, the mrs does, honest). Still FTR!
Wow, DOMAINGURESS is going to be quids in with all these mentions
I know! 40 g's a piece!
I might reg them and undercut him. £39k or so. Corner the market an all that.
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.
I think this person has gone.
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:
I'd have bitten the hand off the £350 guy before he changed his mind!.
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...
Separate names with a comma.