Viacom registrars hilarious key & peele domains

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Viacom registers domain names related to popular skit.

Viacom (owner of Comedy Central) has registered a bunch of domain names related to one of the most popular Key & Peele skits of all time: I Said B*tch.

The skit has over 27 million views on YouTube (embedded below). It makes fun of men talking big about setting their women straight (but not really).

Here are the domains it registered:

isaidbiiiiiiiiiitch.com
isaidbiiiiiiiiitch.com
isaidbiiiiiiiitch.com
isaidbiiiiiiitch.com
isaidbiiiiiitch.com
isaidbiiiiitch.com
isaidbiiiitch.com
isaidbiiitch.com
isaidbiitch.com

If you’ve watched the skit, you know that perhaps there aren’t enough i’s in these domains.

The domain names forward to a Key & Peel page on CC.com. Someone else registered ISaidB*tch.com last year.

It kind of reminds me of the 60+ domains Coca-Cola registered for its Aah.com campaign.

Last week, Viacom registered obamaandluther.com.




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