It’s Not ClownPenis.Fart, but This UDRP Domain Name is Amusing

Many years ago, there was a skit on Saturday Night Live about a fictitious investment firm called Dillon-Edwards Investments. The investment firm had to use ClownPenis.Fart for its website because it was the only domain name left when it launched its website. Have a look at the skit and continue reading below:

This afternoon, I noticed a UDRP that caught my attention for sounding amusing in the same way that ClownPenis.Fart sounds amusing. An unknown entity filed a UDRP against SpankBang.Party. As one might think when looking at this domain name, I am told SpankBang.Party is not safe for work (or a home office with children!).

I don’t really have much to add to this, but it made me chuckle when I saw it on the daily UDRP filings.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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6 COMMENTS

  1. Hey Elliot, something strange appears to be going on, the headline, “read more” and comment links on your Chad Hurley post are all redirecting me to clownpenis.fart. It doesn’t happen when I click on your other article links today.

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