WordPress keeps track of all the terms people type into their search engine which lead them to this blog. Apparently some of my readers have found me in very UNconventional ways. Here are a few of the weirdest, silliest and most perplexing:
impact of the thermos in society
What is most amazing to me, is that this term has been used not once, not twice, but three times. Clearly, it is a hot research topic. Who knew? (Insert comment about people who have WAY too much time on their hands)
raccoon writing, raccoon from the back, raccoon story and rascal raccoon
You mention ONE raccoon ONCE and it follows you the rest of your life!
stripper punctuation matters
Of course it does. There’s nothing worse than a grammatically incorrect pole dance. Total turn off.
boy enjoying on bicycle
I’m not sure what he’s enjoying on bicycle or why. And I don’t want to know.
tax free smarties
Let us overthrow the burdensome taxation of these, our most delicious of treats. How long must we struggle under the heavy yoke of governmental greed? Smartie Eaters of the world Unite!
tattooed garbageman yonkers
What the what?
airplane vomit clean up
Sadly, this one makes sense to me.
good morning. there’s a shit in the hallway
Also this one, if you can believe it. My life is incredibly glamorous.
married swingers nudists
Ummm… this is a recurring theme when it comes to search terms. I may have written one short post about swingers and another about nudists, but it’s really not that big of a thing for me. Not my thing anyway. I’m pretty sure they’re all disappointed with what they find here. Monogamy anyone?
AND the most frequent Search Engine Term to find my blog: don’t like me quotes
They don’t like me, they really don’t like me!
So here’s me, seeing what amazing blogs I can find by typing in random words.
“cayenne pepper snot dance” brought me to this sinus remedy video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PtYTgR-Pmss&feature=player_embedded#!
“scratch car tooth” found an interesting article on fixing car scratches with toothpaste which I may actually have to use. Sorry honey. http://lifehacker.com/5694247/use-toothpaste-to-fix-car-body-and-headlight-scratches
“nose picking blanket vacation” unearthed a list of “The Most Embarrassing Travel Gear” including a blanket to use on the airplane in which only your nose sticks out (not only discouraging chatty seatmates, but for ease of picking access) http://www.independenttraveler.com/blog/?p=522
Tip: don’t use words that are in any stretch of the imagination sexy or phallic (like pickle), unless you have a really great net nanny.
April 5th, 2012 at 10:34 am
This is just my opinion, but I don’t necessarily think those search terms led people to your blog, but when someone searched those words, your blog came up as one of the search results probably on page 23. The searches are still funny though.
April 5th, 2012 at 11:42 am
That makes sense too. It’s listed as “Top Search Referrals” or “Search Terms”. Here’s what WordPress says “These are the terms, words, and phrases people use, through various search engines (i.e. Google, Yahoo, Bing), to find posts and pages on your WordPress.com blog.”
Whatever they mean, they always make me laugh! 🙂
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