Just dropped off a pet to get some surgery for a disease today. These pet vets charge an arm and a leg. I called around to five places, the prices ranged from $650 to $3000 all for the same surgery. And I did my research online and the surgery takes not even an hour and in other parts of the country people pay around a couple hundred bucks for it. Moving on… here’s the list…


 You can click on any of the domain names to be taken to its auction page.

My Top 5 Picks

Tabe.com – nice CVCV.com. I’ve noticed these are hit or miss. Some sell for under a grand (I picked up what I think is a nice one on Namejet about 4 months ago for like $850) and some sell for mid to high five figures (to resellers that is).

Therapies.net – good domain name for all these people pumping tons of cash into applying for 50 or 100 gTLDs. After the gold rush happened you had people sell the deeds to their mines which were cleaned out. And you had people buy them. As Drago said in Rocky IV… “You will lose”.

Ffme.com – immediately I thought of friend f#ck me. College days coming back.

DailyFree.com – two great words, I’d much prefer freebies instead of free here, but still good value if you have a clever idea.

ManData.com – oh what women would pay for some high quality man data. They might be able to understand us if they stopped talking so much. How can you understand anything when you spend 30 minutes to tell a 2 minute story.

My 5 Picks with Less Than 10 Bidders

PlusSizeDating.com – I had about 50 jokes enter my mind at once, but on the serious side I like the domain, has good meaning and you could also sell ad space to Mickey D’s as a bonus.

MensActivewear.com – does no one use this term anymore? Only 5 bidders.

Deflation.org – what happens when a bee stings Dolly Parton’s boobie.

eThief.com – great name to list all the domain stealers out there.

Lecturing.net – great time to take a nap. Of all my college professors I’d say maybe 10% of them kept it interesting.

My Darkhorse Pick (a domain I think you can snatch cheap and sell for over $1,000)

SocialSlant.com – great name for a blog that focuses on social networks.

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