A lady just called me to verify my domain.
She said “…and what domain are you verifying today?”
“I fight robots,” I reply.
There is a confused pause, then she stammers “what?”
“.com. I fight robots.com,” I clarify.
For a minute there, when she didn’t understand that was my domain, I bet she thought I was just trying to impress her. Sidling up to her in a bar all, “hey darlin’, saw you across the room lookin’ fine and had to come say hello. Yeeep yep yep, just had a long day of fightin’ robots, need to take a load off. Yeaaaaah, fought ’em pret-tyyyy hard today. Hmm? What’s that? Oh, no, I won. I always win. Listen, this is fun and all but let’s cut to the chase, honey, your place or mine? My place is kind of a mess though, all those robot skulls everywhere. Plus, there was some bullshit city ordinance about not having too much sexy in one place, so I can’t sleep there for a while.”
Also, I had to say my domain name out loud for the very first time, and I noticed something interesting: It’s very soft, mind you, but I swear when you say the words “I fight robots,” a faint explosion can be heard punctuating your sentence.
Give it a shot. Nothing? You must be doing it wrong.
Try saying it with some balls this time, Thumbelina.