Choosing the perfect domain name to represent your company and finding a way to keep it catchy and memorable can be a tricky task. It is a key trademark and one of the main ways that your audience identify you, so it’s vital to get it right first time. It is a known fact that once something is on the internet, it’s almost impossible to get it back or remove all traces. And, unfortunately, domains, especially inappropriate or funny domain names, aren’t an exception.

Inappropriate, Yet Extremely Funny Domain Names

Of course, you never want anyone to have the disaster of being one of the many companies to fall victim to getting their domain name wrong. But, in some cases, when it goes wrong, it goes so very wrong, and as much as you try to have empathy for the poor company now in turmoil, you can’t help but chuckle a little to yourself.

It’s a must to thoroughly check your domain name and how it will look in a URL when all words are forced into one before you even consider putting your website live on the web. Don’t believe us? Why not take a browse through this obviously accidental, yet hilarious domain names.


Ben Dover


Pen Island


Boston Singles


Auctions Hit


Who Represents


Art Cafe


Power Gen Italia




Dicksons Web


Kids Exchange


Mole Station Nursery


Go Tahoe


La Drape


Teachers Talking


Cumbria Storage System


Therapist Finder


Analemma Society


Les Bocages


Winters Express


Odds Extractor


Speed Of Arts


Ferreth and Jobs


Dollars Exchange


Children's Laughter


Therapist In A Box

5 Top Tips To Ensure You NEVER Make These Embarrassing Mistakes

Keep It Short:

The moment you decide to make your domain name long and try to combine several different words is the moment that things start getting confusing and you’re likely to end up in a muddle. The shorter the domain name, the easier it will be for your clients or customers to type and remember, along with the less likely it will be to end up with an embarrassing name.

Use Broad Keywords:

Although your area of expertise or industry may be niche, if you opt to use a keyword in your domain, keep it broad. Find a word that accurately describes your business without being too complicated, think of what your potential customers or clients may type in search engines to find you. If you go for too unique or complex keywords than it may not work out as well.

Know The Meaning Of Your Domain:

It’s more common than you think for people to use a word because it sounds good before they actually know the meaning. There is a whole host of words that have double ended meanings, some a positive and some are negative. Not only should you take a look at a dictionary for the meaning, but it also recommended to take a look at the urban dictionary just to be safe.

Extensive Research:

Although it may be frustrating, it is common that your desired domain name is already taken by another site meaning unfortunately, it cannot be used. Look for a domain name search tool for help; they often give great suggestions on alternatives if your ideal name is already taken. You could also consider using a random business name generator; you might surprise yourself and find the perfect domain name. Or on the other hand, traditionary, old-fashioned resources such as a thesaurus is also a useful tool.

Consider Your Email Address:

Your domain name will also be used when you set up your business email, so it’s even more vital it makes sense and isn’t inappropriate. As an example, imagine the embarrassment and how unprofessional you’d feel sending out emails to clients if your email


After taking a look through our gallery of different embarrassing, but funny domain names, it’s probably made you a little more aware of the potential disaster that may happen. Luckily enough, this is very rare, and it is highly unlikely that you’ll end up with an awkward domain name, so it’s okay to laugh at those who went wrong!

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