Your Search Questions Answered, Volume 18
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.
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…