What Did The Nerd Do...
…when he got back home after drinking his first five beers in a really long time?
Well, he bought a domain name. Daniel over at waferbaby usually throws the annual April Fools joke. This year, waferbaby had turned into one of them domains that is just filled with links to content you might have been looking for when you entered the domain name. If you visited waferbaby, you were probably looking for “wafer babes”; skinny babes. the domain waferbaby.com had turned into this, waferbabes.com.
Until last night, no one owned the domain. So I bought it.
I’m not sure why, but it seemed like a really good idea at the time - the five beers probably had something to do with it… Maybe I’ll make good money on the domain name some day, I’m a bit surprised there is actually any domains with the word “babe” in them still available.
For more April Fools hoaxes, have a look at the Wikipedia list.
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