That does make sense. Assuming that you are correct; you've just shattered my understanding of how the world works right down to the core! Ah, well. A kick in the a$$ now and then, can't hurt.
I'm still not going to go for "Ladies' Slipper", "Ladie's Slipper", "Ladies Slipper", "Lady Slipper", or "Ladyslipper". However, with regard to Lady's Slipper vs. Ladys' Slipper, I think that I now stand corrected.
If the question is still about what is correct to use in the site description then you need to consider what the description is for. If you want people to find Slippertalk then you should use every version mentioned in this thread in your meta tags. Put all the incorrect possibilities in as key words and when someone searches for the "wrong" version they will find Slippertalk. If you don't want anyone to find Slippertalk unless they have perfect grammar then only use the one correct version.