Arguably UX starts with the domainname. Well perhaps a bit far-fetched, so please feel free to suggest what might be a bitter fit than UX.SE for this question, but here it is anyhow.
I'm looking at a website name (specifically parispot.com ) which I bought that pretty much sums up what I want to do: have a website about spots in Paris. (Parisspots.com was taken).
A potential UX problem with it is the obvious missing 's'. Instead the words 'Paris' and 'Spot' are fused together.
Now as someone who's first language isn't English, I'm Dutch, I feel Parispots.com** reads comfortable as 'paris spots' instead of 'paris pots', at least it should be pretty clear once you digested it. Of course, I'm biased though so I'd like to get an outside perspective.
Moreover, I'm a bit concerned the name feels slightly corny. What do you think?