Friday, September 21, 2007

Paths to There

So, what does someone have to plug into a search engine to find your blog?

A number of things don't surprise me, such as: madness in the seventeenth century, for example, which pretty much characterizes my life in five words or less. However, upon examining some google searches that have brought recent visitors by, here are a few things that do:

less than reputable characters, family guy from College Park, Maryland

insults for redheads from Washington state

self build castle john mew from Colchester, UK

paul o grady heart attack from Cambridge, UK

younger and younger looking from the United Kingdom

the longest piece of cloth worn ever from Auckland, New Zealand

And, my personal favorite:
nicest ass in the world from Piscataway, New Jersey

14 comments:

Mike said...

"....nicest ass in the world from Piscataway, New Jersey"

wow...hmmm...yep...how could that not be anyone's favorite ???

Tammy said...

LOL on the last one, I guess that'd cheer me up too. :)

Search engine terms are weird, aren't they?

M@ said...

"horse cock" has been one of my greatest Google giggles.

:)

Neel Mehta said...

Can't blame a Rutgers brother for tryin'.

Ellee said...

Well I wonder how you found my blog, did you type something in the search engine?

Jean-Luc Picard said...

I know some have found my blog by looking for something about the Trek women!

Kat said...

"Nicest ass in the world" surely has to be the mark of blogging brilliance. Love it!

anonymous jones said...

Now how do you know that? You must have some blog function that I don't.

anonymous jones said...

Or I'm just woefully computer illiterate.

booda baby said...

Oh, how cool is that? Nicest ass in the world. I hear showing up on a google search is the first stage of getting your picture under the dictionary entry. It's no Nobel Prize, but it's not chopped liver, either.

Raymond said...

My stems be rooted to the ground. Before there were no stems to be rooted. Nothing but rain which be dripping on top with me. Mr. Pride helped me plant the seeds to find the way. Peace be wit yo.

Heather said...

I always get a kick out of the search terms that lead to my blog, too.

ellesappelle said...

Haha - ain't statcounter great?! That reminds me a statcounter post is long overdue on my blog.

I'm not surprised the odd "the longest piece of cloth worn ever" came from NZ. We Kiwis have an embarrassing habit of caring about dubious world records.

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