In theory, choosing a domain name is a simple task. It has to be short, smart, memorable, easily spelled, and communicate your business message. Easy-peasy, right? Let’s say you’ve done an excellent job, and now you are ready to register.
Wait! Look again. Are you sure no dirty words are hiding in the letters of longer words and their combinations? Honestly, you wouldn’t want to end up as a bad website example. As we’ve learned from the Top 15 Epic Fails In Company Logos there might be hidden male genitalia in every picture. So forget your company name and the words you’ve used in your domain name for a while. Look at it with the eyes of a child. Did it end up fit for worst-named website awards?
To warm up, take a look at these unfortunate names of random websites. So many of the domain creators failed their task of double-checking that now we are fully equipped for a list of funny websites below.
Speed Of Art
North Of Boston Jewish Singles
Go Tahoe North
American Scrap Metal
Master Bait Online
Therapist In a Box
Dickson Web (now redirected to dicksondata.com)
Budget Cook Island
Bitef Art Cafe
Powergen Italia (accessible only via the Wayback Machine)
Cumbria Storage Systems (accessible only via the Wayback Machine)
Mole Station Nursery (now redirected to molerivernursery.com)
Old Man’s Haven
Childrenslaughter.com – children’s laughter, now redirects to a hyphenated version of the URL. (timjinx)
Enjoypot.co.kr – a pottery teaching company in Korea (Kowi)
Analisajoy.com – the website about the diary of a newborn Analisa Joy. (Joel)
Webone.com – an old Australian ISP Web One. (Joel)