Are You Searching For a Domain Name?
Allow me to digress for a minute. I found this in my email:
That reminded me that I claim to be an antiexertionist, spelt without a hyphen for reasons of obscurity. If you had multilevel spondylosis and anxiety depressive disorder listed in your medical file, you mightn’t want to over-exert yourself, either. Even though exercise is prescribed as a treatment for both.
I’ve been absent from WA’s social scene for some time now, thanks to the latter health problem and the fact that we are right now in the middle of moving house. As far as my WA rank is concerned, I have one foot on a banana skin to obscurity, which is to be expected.
Getting back to the image above, I decided to Google “antiexertionism”. Google wouldn’t accept the word without a hyphen, so I relented. There were no entries for “anti-exertionism” (how’s that for a keyword?) but Google offered me some alternatives, which included some entries for expired and deleted domain names.
I then Googled for “expired and deleted domain names” and I’ll list the first page:
If you are can’t think of quite the right domain name or your choice is taken, you might find a suitable one, or at least some inspiration in the list.
However, before buying a deleted or expired domain name it’s wise, as you probably already know, to do a check on the names. Here’s a link to an article from Quora explaining why:
The idea of searching for expired and deleted domains isn’t new but I hope it will prove helpful to some members.
By the way, antiexertionist is not another word for couch potato. I garden, therefore I am.