I Need Your Thoughts On A Domain Name

by E. Corbo 10 replies
Hi,

As you may already know English isn't my native tongue, so it's very difficult for me to find the right expressions/idioms, especially with domain names.

So my question is:

What do you associate with the term "dumpee"?

What site would you expect when you saw dumpee.com?

Thank you for your thoughts!

Eddie
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  • Profile picture of the author Roger Mayne
    Eddie

    The first (and only) thing that springs to mind is someone who has been dumped by an ex-partner. They are the "dumper" and you are the "dumpee".
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    • Profile picture of the author E. Corbo
      Thank you!

      Exactly, that's what I thought.

      Is this a common expression? Has it a negative connotation?
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      • Profile picture of the author Jen McVey
        "Dumpee" isn't a common expression used here in the US. You will hear people using the term "dumped" for a breakup, but I can't say I've ever heard "dumpee."

        And yeah, I'd say it has a negative feel to it.
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      • Profile picture of the author Roger Mayne
        Originally Posted by E. Corbo View Post

        Thank you!

        Exactly, that's what I thought.

        Is this a common expression? Has it a negative connotation?
        Eddie

        It's not something I've ever heard of before. It's just what came to mind. It's definitely not something that I would search for.
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