How about “gazotzgahagen”?
Isn’t there an app for that?
How do you feel about being the Duke of Earl?
What? Even Finkville is taken?
It certainly wasn’t helped by the early squatters.
Just add ‘new’ in front.
Or the ones the Americans really love – Worcestershire or Gloucestershire…
This throne of kings, this sceptred isle,
This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars,
This other Eden, demi-paradise,
This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England.
Thanks for the suggestions, Will.
Call it: “Farhvergnügen”
“That bit over there, and I’ll fight you if you go near it”.
I suspect that’s a pretty close translation for many place names, at least those that aren’t hills named for women’s anatomy.
Conquerer of Freedonia.
Where beer drinkers live: Belchshire.
I get it.
It’s an issue. Check out my thoughts on the subject at NewGoogle.com.
You can use the same names, just spell them like they are pronounced and no one will notice.
Is “Taken” also taken?
Even on .biz?
Name it Out of Service.
Call it Chuck! The the area on the higher ground could be Up Chuck and the land ruled by the moronic younger sibling would me numb-chuck!
Go to godaddy.com.
I suppose this is supposed to be about URLs and not geographical areas for which many duplicate names exist. Check out this list of extremely valuable domain names at www.howgullibleareyou.com
How about Iownitallshire?
How about Popplers? Or Zitsels? Lol!
September 06, 2014