Fun With Search Terms

One of the nifty things about having a blog on WordPress is that it tells you what search terms people are using to get to your blog. Here is a sampling of just a few of the Internet search terms that have yielded hits here over the course of the past week.

  • American work laziness
  • victorian asylums
  • singing pizza elmo creepy
  • singing pizza elmo stupid
  • generic crispix
  • oral yeast (why on earth is someone searching for that?)
  • cat shaves plymouth (huh?)
  • straitjackets made for babies (whoever searched for that is just scary)
  • plymouth duster back seat install (if you were expecting to find how to do that here, I’m sure you’re seriously disappointed)
  • swiffer (how far down on the list of search results did you have to go to get here?)
  • straitjacket+diaper (again, scary)
  • Saipan
  • Lancaster County pork and sauerkraut
  • Dreft is a scam
  • “take it to the bridge” phrases
  • dreft scam
  • “Oral Yeast Infections”
  • avast ye hearty
  • marketing fundamentals
  • nuns habit penance
  • victorian insane

This loathsome beast of a blog is nothing if not diverse in its themes, and it is randomly discovered by some pretty strange people, apparently.

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2 Responses to “Fun With Search Terms”

  1. narziss Says:

    Hehe! I came here through the WordPress tags page, not a search engine though!

    I know…sometimes it’s quite humorous to see these search engine keywords…

  2. Amy Says:

    Quite a list….my most interesting was a whole lot of variations of “pee” and “horse poop”. I guess those must describe my writing.

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