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Fuck you! And your dot .com too!

Wow. This is so unacceptable. It’s quite shocking and not what we’d expect to see.

Most people would not do this, especially domain investors.

It’s embarrassing and not what we’d anticipate from a pair of major domain keywords.

FuckYou.com is not being used. That’s right.

A major insult phrase such as “fuck you” is a blank page with the following message:

“This Domain is Not in Use”

How is this possible?

Was FuckYou.com used in the past, and what was it pointed to?

For starters, its owner wants $350,000 dollars right now, via Sedo. Maybe Rick Schwartz could buy it, like he did with Motherfuckers.com?

Rick could afford it, but he’s smart; the asking price is for end-users, not investors.

Unless one is well-involved with the adult domain industry, that is in decline in the US, and can pitch the domain FuckYou.com to the major European networks that dominate the adult industry.

As recently as in 2017, FuckYou.com pointed to HotMovies.com.

Before that, in 2014, it was a non-adult web site with some bad design and raunchy viral clips and photos, as seen below.

And here lies the issue with premium domains held onto by investors, they never reach their true potential for years – until they get sold to a business.

Anyway, fuck you.


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3 Responses to “Fuck you! And your dot .com too!”
  1. MapleDots says:

    When is the last time you paid for porn? I have to do everything possible at home to filter that smut off my internet connection. I have two young kids and the porn industry will never make a dime off me. With google image search anyone can see anything without paying for it. The big porn hubs don’t need to pay 350k to get an audience anymore. I think a lot of these so called adult domains will sit unused for many years, especially at those prices. How many smut domains has Rick Schwartz sold lately? I see him making a number of mistakes, I read he even let a high end domain domain expire by accident. Just because one person had luck with smut domains does not make a market for them. Personally Rick is one of my industry heros but he also makes a few mistakes and that makes me like him even more. I would be shocked if he bought this domain for any serious cash and then very interested if he managed to sell it.

  2. DomainGang says:

    MapleDots – I think you’re right: from a domainer’s perspective, the lucrative markets that existed are being drained. However, the monopolies in the adult market possess plenty of capital and occasionally – but not as much as they did in the past – spend money to acquire premium domains and portfolios. It’s all a matter of investing surplus money. While they don’t get $$$ from you and me, there are many ways that pornography engages with a vast Internet audience. On the subject of this domain, it’s being wasted IMO.

  3. Anon says:

    FuckMe.com would be the better adult domain name, IMHO.

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