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Your Search Questions Answered: Volume 16

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It’s been awhile since we did a Your Search Questions Answered post around here, so let’s break one out today.

You know the drill. These are search engine terms that found their way to my blog, and I’ve left them in all their unedited glory. Below each is my weak attempt at humor or cleverness.

For past Your Search Questions Answered posts, go here.

Now let’s get started!

what sort of person says awesome sauce

The kind of person who points and winks at you at the same time. And maybe Ryan Seacrest. Definitely Ryan Seacrest.

great gatsby crap book

your face is a crap book.

how to get rid of annoying girls under a table going crazy

This is so weird. Where are you? Is this some kind of strip club for little people? And if they’re under a table how can you blame them for being annoying? You’d be going crazy too if you were under a table whilst someone in the world above the table was planning your demise. But if you really need to get rid of them, one word: Fart.

baked goods party table

You were looking for Williams Sonoma or Pottery Barn with your search, and you found 101 Books. How disappointed you must be. I doubt you found what you’re looking for—”baked goods party table”—here at 101 Books, a blog about books, lots of books, that has nothing to do with baked goods or party tables. Though maybe I should look into that.

how many books do i read to your 1 year old a day

Seeing as I don’t know who you are, you better not be reading any books to my one year old. Not that I currently have a one year old, but that’s beside the point.

why do people spell ho wrong

My guess is that people who might commonly need to spell “ho” aren’t overly concerned with the proper spelling of “ho.” Just a general thought.

etiquette for reading book in a toilet

Oh, you know 101 Books has got you covered on this one.

breastfeeding grown man

There is a line, and you crossed it.

what’s a word for someone annoying beginning with t

Tool? Tightwad? Taylor Swift?

i hate the word bespoke

What social circle do you run in where “bespoke” is said often enough to make you hate it? Have you time traveled from 17th Century London?

That’s all for this time around. If I made you lightly chuckle at least once, then we’ll call this post a success.

Again, visit my post archives to see older editions of Your Search Questions Answered.

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13 Comments Post a comment
  1. I chuckled at least TWICE! And for the record, I rarely LOL.

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    June 21, 2013
  2. Amy #

    I love these. I’m cracking up at the “under the table” one. These are so fun. Thanks for the laugh.

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    June 21, 2013
  3. This is great, I chuckled, too!
    And considering your blog title, another answer to “how many books do i read to your 1 year old a day” could have been 101 books. Not? Perhaps it would even be worth a spot in the Guinness book of records, if someone would actually succeed in doing that.

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    June 21, 2013
  4. I just finished handing back 178 exams, so maybe I’m punch drunk – but I just laughed so hard! Under the table? Hilarious. Thank you for brightening my day

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    June 21, 2013
  5. Reblogged this on SEO Services Company, SEO tips.

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    June 21, 2013
  6. how do these searches get to your blog!?

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    June 21, 2013
  7. Hilarious! :D

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    June 21, 2013
  8. Ha! This was great. I’ll have to figure out how to find the search terms. Thanks for the laugh.

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    June 21, 2013
  9. Awesome! Maybe I’m just easy, but I chuckled for nearly all of them :-P

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    June 22, 2013
  10. Hilarious as always You’d be surprised how often the term bespoke is used in UK. Even in regular trades like bespoke plumbing, bespoke carpentry! Honestly… :-)

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    June 25, 2013
  11. Oh, you definitely make me chuckle many times–you’re the king of witty responses. Thanks for the laughs!

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    June 29, 2013

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