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8 of the most predictable Oirish website names that are definitely on the way

Watch out, .irish domain names will be a reality next week.

ON JUNE 25TH, everyone around the world will be able to use the .irish domain name for their websites.

So, we all need to prepare ourselves for these hideous possibilities:

1. thefull.irish

Full Irish Breakfast Source: JaredFrazer

For any online purveyors of a good fry, obviously. How this would work in a website is anyone’s guess.

2. kissmeim.irish

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This might get snapped by one of those novelty t-shirt companies. Great.

3. youllneverbeatthe.irish

WORLD CUP JAPAN SOUTH KOREA 2002 PEOPLE CHILDREN HATS FACE PAINTING CROWD SCENES CELEBRATIONS Source: Gareth Chaney/Photocall Ireland!

A website dedicated to the immortal sports song of the same name. Probably.

4. accentsofthe.irish

gerard Source: Youtube

A website devoted to the Irish accent in all its varied glory – with Youtube clips from each county. Will it work? No. Will it have a great domain name? Obviously.

5. luckofthe.irish

Luck-Of-The-Irish-Shirt-White-Unisex-T-Shirt-600x600 Source: Netdna-cdn

Again, probably a key purchase for a retailer of green-themed t-shirts.

6. trustmeim.irish

The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader Premiere - London Source: AP/Press Association Images

For any reputable Irish business, of course.

7. northern.irish

Jamie Dornan launches Calvin Klein male model competition - London Source: PA Archive/Press Association Images

Some lucky Northern Irish person can snap this up. Jamie Dornan, probably.

8. imnotscottishim.irish

411363 Source: Mentalfloss

A personal website for Irish people with a Nordie accent abroad – where everyone thinks you’re Scottish.

We need to all keep our eyes out for the worst of these offenders when it all goes live next week.

Stay strong, everyone.

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