Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Seek and ye shall find...

Today I thought that we would take a quick look at some of the more interesting search engine queries, that according to my stat counter, have led a few wanderers in cyberspace to this humble blog:

Seaweed enema

Overdose on laxatives (appeared twice)

Blowup doll dwarf

Phantom fudge packer

Performs deep throat

Symbolism of stove

Put the fun back in funeral (appeared no less than four times)

Bernadette Peters kissing

Parasites

Woman sumo wrestler

Bayonne gossip

This guy had wild hair

Hmm…seaweed enemas, blowup dwarf dolls and women sumo wrestlers…sounds like a party to me.







10 comments:

Jenna Howard said...

How come everyone gets really cool search hits and I don't? *sigh* I'm so envious.

neva said...

i shudder to think what search hits would reveal about my site (once it was something about F*cking Mother's Dog on American Idol) scary!

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The Drive-by Blogger said...

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Jenna Howard said...

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Spam - not just creepy lunch "meat".

Paul "FooDaddy" Brand said...

That "Phantom fudge packer" one made me snort orange juice mist onto my monitor. It'd be a perfect Halloween costume for oblivious children.

The Blog of Stupid was once hit by a Google search for "eats hummingbirds," which I found interesting. There are recipes out there. For hummingbird.

Jenna Howard said...

Am I the only one who thought: How do you catch a hummingbird?

The Drive-by Blogger said...

The first thought that popped into my mind regarding that hummingbird thing was...You don't get many of those to the pound.

Paul "FooDaddy" Brand said...

Hummingbird bait. Like sponges soaked in Cherry Coke. Heck, that'd work on me, and if the hummingbirds are too highbrow to stoop to such mass-produced blandity, then screw 'em.

Which raises further, queasier questions.

Jae said...

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