Fun:Unfortunate website names

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These are examples of companies and organizations that should have thought twice before registering their web domain. In many cases, they did not anticipate how two or more words run together in the URL could be read as a different and funny arrangement of words. Many of these sites have now been abandoned, or moved to less ambiguous domain names, but some remain in their original locations.

The following are emphasised in CamelCase, just in case you can't see them the first time:

  • The Autonomous Crypto Asset Exchange -[2]
  • Mole Station Nursery - (defunct)[16]
  • Pen Island -
  • Powergen Italia - (defunct)[18]


  1. Now redirects to a generic domain site with no working links
  2. No longer exists
  3. Now redirects to
  4. No longer exists
  5. Now redirects to
  6. Now at
  7. Now redirects to "Is your business in the right hands?"
  8. Both sites no longer exist
  9. Now redirects to
  10. Now redirects to
  11. Now redirects to
  12. No longer exists
  13. Possibly this company name was chosen deliberately for its double entendre value. You can even buy Mammoth Erection T-shirts and baseball caps. Nevertheless, the name hasn't prevented the company from being hired by many churches.
  14. The site is now blank to outsiders and a browser pop-up requires you to enter a username and password. It's unknown if the original site is still up or not.
  15. Possibly now at
  16. Now at
  17. No longer exists
  18. Now redirects to an Indian bot service for YouTube subscribers.
  19. No longer exists
  20. The company has renamed to For an example of the original logo, see here.
  21. No longer exists