Domain Name Jargon : Thrill-seeker offers

Thrill-seekers need this type of punishment.

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Today’s entry is about thrill-seeker offers, a special type of domain lowballers:

Thrill-seeker (offers): A separate genus of the lowballer species, this type of subhuman “entrepreneur” tends to annoy domain owners, by using a particular methodology. Following an initial lowball offer to gauge a response and a domain price quote, the thrill-seeker places numerous offers, inching up to the asking price, sometimes by thousands of dollars at a time, but remaining at a safe distance from the price quoted. This way, the domain thrill-seeker achieves a mental ejaculation, experiencing a wet dream as if they are actually negotiating to acquire a premium, expensive domain.

Example: “Some lowballing fuckwad sent me a dozen offers ranging from $100 to $15,000 for an aged LLL .com that I own, after I quoted a price of $45,000 dollars. If I could slap that thrill-seeker douche in the face with a large, live trout, I would.”

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