By: Raymond Hackney
Bannen is back with a new list of available names, check out his thread on Namepros.com
DirtyLittleLiar.com – plur taken.
WhistleNecklace.com – 720 monthly searches.
LowHeelSandals.com – 390.
TattooSleeveCover/s.com – 1600.
iCulprit.com – where you can anonymously post your criminal deeds.
PetFire.com – a huge bonfire where you toss all your old unwanted pets,
to make a little more room in your home for storing newer things.
Seriously, thought this might be an interesting brandable for something
pet-related. Heated dog beds or heated dog house or something.
GavleGoat.com – google it.
DoubleDieting.com – dieting for couples?
LetteringBook.com – nice for calligraphy, or children's site to learn the alphabet?
TrickPet/s.com – with tricky taken.
PetTornado.com – an item; may be TM'd?
ShuttlePen.com – plur taken.
gSpotPorn.com – if you don't know what the g-spot is, you're awfully
naive and inexperienced. My mom showed me this when I was really young,
even. Oh my Gawd, did I really just say that? That's a new low even for
MiniHamper.com – seems brandable for some laundry thingie.
DinoMom.com – plur taken.
BumpyRing/s.com – real items.
WackyAuto/s.com – now this seems usable. Custom cars, monster trucks, hot rods…
iager.com – a surname, and an interesting LLLLL brandable.
SouvenirGiftStore.com – with 'shop' taken.
CamoLeotards.com – for when you really need to do aerobics but you're stuck in the jungle and rebels are searching to kill you.
HorseOutfit.com – like for Halloween or something, I don't mean to run and start sewing clothes for your horses.
BeingRejected.com – you know all about that for your whole life, I'm guessing. Maybe a blog about dating tips or something.
BrawlMedia.com – check for TM first. Nice for boxing, MMA, wrestling name.
KnifeWound.com – plur taken. If you need a demonstration as to what this
means, come on over and Bannen will show you. Nothing to worry about,
won't hurt too much, for long.
CashForDrugs.com – don't know exactly how to use a domain with this
phrase, but it would probably create an interesting experiment on how
quickly the feds find you and red-flag your name and keep an eye on
every detail of your life.
DogboneLock.com – google it.
RackTote.com – only a matter of time before someone brands a short nifty name like this.
DinosaurBingo.com – real thing. Quite neat actually.
Chittesh.com – surname.
HomemadeMarinaraSauce.com – 4400.
TherapyRecipe/ies.com – cooking for healing.
ClassicClasses.com – .net taken. Interesting name…
MartialArtsCon.com – with convention taken.
MartialArtsFest.com – with festival taken.
CashAmounts.com – oh that's a very usable financial name. Call it a
gift. Was regged for 5 years (parked only) then dropped over a year ago.
Still… seems attractive.