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Your Search Questions Answered, Volume 18

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Let’s get right to it today. You know the drill.

These are unedited, uncensored search terms that find their way to my blog, paired with my observation on each. For all prior editions of Your Search Questions Answered, go here.

Let’s go:

in the paragraph, what does ralph notice about life on the island?what about in the fourth paragraph? in the book of lord of the flies

He noticed the melodic sound of the conch and how isolated he felt from society AND STOP PLAGIARIZING A BLOG FOR YOUR SCHOOL ESSAY!

is it wrong to name your kid after book characters

Well, absolutely not! I have some recommendations for you.

what do artistic people commonly experience

Rejection. Self-doubt. Fear. Envy. Shattered ego.

pick one scene from revolutionary road

The one where April Wheeler does that awful thing and Frank Wheeler curses.

negative connotation fo the word musty

Have you ever heard “musty” used in a positive way? Like, “Mmm, John, you’re Thanksgiving turkey smells so…musty.” Or, “I love to way up to the smell of musty coffee in the morning.” No.

is writters born or created

Writters is created, definitely created. Don’t let nobody tell you that you ain’t a writter. You go out there and you do some writting.

i spelled a word wrong today

As long as you isn’t a writter.

funny leonardo dicaprio fictional stories about time travel that ends with ernie scared of water

I can’t even process this enough to make a comment.

does listening to an audiobook count as reading

Everyone hates me when I talk about this, but I don’t do audio books. I’ve tried them and I can’t focus on listening. But to your question: Does listening to one “count” as reading? It certainly counts as listening. If I sat down next to you and read To Kill A Mockingbird out loud, would you say you had read it?

why does my cousin.says amazeballs

Because your cousin is a douchebag. Don’t you know this by now?

oh no martyrs are not like me they don’t think all the time

Did you want a reaction here? Was Google supposed to kick back a “I disagree. Martyrs are more like you than you think, despite your propensity for thought”? Good luck.

That’s all for this time around.

Unfortunately, Google is slowly encrypting searches, which means I’m not getting near as many search terms from WordPress, which means this series might eventually go away.

Hopefully I have at least a few more volumes left, but I’ll keep you posted.

Until next time…

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  1. Boo Google! These are my favorite posts!

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    November 22, 2013
  2. Why does anyone say amazeballs? Douchebaggery thats why.

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    November 22, 2013
  3. Thanks for the morning laughs…great way to start the day!

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    November 22, 2013
  4. debbierodgers #

    Oh, please, don’t stop the series. The only problem with them is that my eye makeup gets all smeared from the tears in my eyes from laughing.

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    November 22, 2013
    • Haha. Awesome. Hopefully I have many more of these left before the terms get encrypted.

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      November 22, 2013
  5. Reblogged this on Felxfame.

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    November 22, 2013
  6. Your response to “is writters born or created” really cracked me up. Thanks for the laughs! I love these posts. It’s a shame to hear that Google is encrypting searches. What implications does that have, I wonder, other than putting a stop to these wonderful posts? And why are they doing it?

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    November 22, 2013
    • I know, bummer. Hopefully I still have more of these remaining. That comment was just a heads up in case the posts abruptly stop. Here’s how WordPress explains it:

      “In September 2013 Google started to rapidly expand the number of searches that it encrypts, which results in a higher proportion of “Unknown search terms” in your stats. According to some sources, this expansion will eventually result in encryption of all Google searches. This is being done for privacy reasons by Google when someone searches at Google.com, before a visitor arrives at your WordPress.com site. Therefore we don’t have any way to unhide the search terms. We recognize this means a loss of stats information for you and we will look for other ways to show you how users arrived at your site.”

      Full link here: http://en.support.wordpress.com/stats/

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      November 22, 2013
      • Thanks for the link. I have noticed an increase in the amount of “Unknown search terms” in my stats recently but I didn’t know why it was happening. It’s a nuisance! I like knowing how people reach my blog.

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        November 22, 2013
  7. I’m new here and didn’t understand the context of this post but thought it was funny, nevertheless!

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    November 22, 2013
  8. I was laughing so hard I chocked on a peanut. I be a writter… off to do some writting. Thanks for the laughs!

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    November 22, 2013
  9. tushar98 #

    Reblogged this on Pages From A Diary.

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    November 24, 2013
  10. Really funny! My blog is only a few months old, but one of the most frequent Google searches that brings people to my blog is “I red a book”

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    November 27, 2013

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