I saw a UDRP filing that made me chuckle a bit. The California Milk Processor Board of San Clemente filed a UDRP for the domain name GotMILF.com. The domain name has a creation date of 2003.
As you may know, The California Milk Processor Board made the term “Got Milk” famous, using celebrities, athletes, and other famous people to help advertise milk. As you also may know, MILF is an acronym for a slang term made famous in the movie American Pie.
There are a couple of interesting things to note about this UDRP.
First thing is that the domain name is currently listed for sale at Hunting Moon for $4,000. It appears that the Milk Processor Board opted to take a shot at getting the name for $1,500 via UDRP rather than buying it for $4,000. I do not know if the listing was created by the domain name owner or someone else though, so perhaps it’s an old listing that’s not valid.
The second thing of interest is that the California Milk Processor Board was aggressive in the past when it came to the “Got MILF” term. According to the Huffington Post, a lawsuit was filed against a t-shirt company that created “Got MILF?” t-shirts in 2009.
When the UDRP decision is handed down, I’ll update you on what happens.
There should be no confusion here.
I think people now the difference between Milk & Milf.
I mean are the Get … going to be next for UDRP’s?
I agree… doesn’t seem confusing to me.
It’s all madness over again but what the hell it’s a free promotion for the domain and the hunting moon … Good luck for the domain seller and hunting moon ..
California milk board also owns gotmilf.org and gotmilf.us and all the other gotmilf extensions are all owned by different people.
Wonder why they took so long to go after this one.
Oh no! Will they go after GoMilfy.com next? *rolleyes*
The CA Milk Processor Board also own this nice typo “GotMLK.com”
CA Milk Processor Board
101 S. El Camino Real
San Clemente, CA 92672
Record expires on 07-Jan-2014
>> Record created on 03-Aug-2012 <<
Database last updated on 03-Aug-2012
I would like to clarify first use here…
We were using the term as teenagers in Rehoboth Beach, DE in the late 80s. American Pie came out in 99.
I rest my case.
The term way outdates American Pie, but it became more popular and mainstream after American Pie.