Best email address formats


#1

Thread inspired by the fact I checked to see if could get my daughter’s email address as [firstname][lastname]@email.com, but the fucker was already taken!

Obviously the don would be [firstname]@email.com, but those are probably gone before they publicly launch, so the standard best is:

[firstname][lastname]@email.com

Followed by:

[initials][lastname]@email.com

What comes next? Your name with a number after it? Swapping your surname and christian name like some kind of chump?


#2

Let her pick it.


#3

I’d rather chuck in an underscore than have a number.


#4

[firstname]@[own website].com


#5

hotmale@hotmail.com


#6

Gmail doesn’t let you have them!


#7

Maybe stop using email.com.


#8

Always makes me chuckle, these.


#9

That is a filler, in the same way that my daughter’s name is not “firstname”.


#10

already registered my children’s emails address with gmail. #parenting

[firstname][lastname]@gmail.com

When we got married my wife moved from hotmail to gmail but [firstname][lastname]@gmail.com was taken, so she is [firstname][middle initial][lastname]@gmail.com


#11

Aye, she’s not a wedding photographer.


#12

mickeydripper96@barclays.com


#13

Yeah, sure it isn’t.


#14

by the time she’s old enough to use it, nobody will even remember what email is


#15

is it too late to change your daughters name?


#16

At least there won’t be another xxJaegerBombEdgeLord69xx in her class at school


#17

Chuckle with furious envy?


#18

At first definitely, and then it transitions into laughter at how wonderfully cottage industry it all is.


#19

Yes! She has a birth certificate and two passports already. WE’RE IN TOO DEEP.


#20

tempted to register this just for something to use when applying for jobs