Andy first came across unintentionally hilarious website addresses in 2006 and quickly coined the word "Slurl" -- a combination of "slur" and URL -- to describe the phenomenon. Andy set up the Slurls website soon after to show off the latest URLs found either through his own efforts or submitted by visitors. His first book, Slurls: They Called Their Website WHAT?!, was published in 2010.
When not hunting for Slurls he works as a freelance software developer and writes his blog "Interwebology"
Would you book a holiday through oldmanshaven.com? Or visit ipwine.com for a bottle of Chardonnay? Would you download music from mp3shits.com? These are Slurls: outrageous URLs innocently chosen by real businesses.
"Slurls is a smart, fascinating and downright hilarious tour of the world's most inappropriately-named websites."
– Kim Gilmour, technology journalist and author