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Your Search Questions Answered, Volume 8

Do you know what time it is? It’s time for the latest version in the series of posts that no one is asking for–Your Search Questions Answered!

These are actual unedited search terms that found my blog–the smarty pants commentary is from yours truly! For a recap of previous search questions answered, go here.

Now for the fun:

what isin my future

Your search term will be made fun of on a moderately read book blog. You will also make this comment about your friend Tony’s coat: “What is that? Velvet?”


I’m not sure how someone searched for “a” and found my blog. But I’m honored. I don’t want to stop now, though. Next goal? Cornering the market on the “b” searches. This is SEO at its best.  I’m on it. B B B B B B B B B B B B b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b. Oh, and B b B b B b.

characterize the two protagonists of the film “revolutionary road”, april and frank

Dreadful, depressing human beings who might well be suited to meet their end in unfortunate wild cougar attack in their gated subdivision.

words that make the sound of the banjo in deliverance

Let me see if I can get this right. Bow nah now no now no now no now. Bow nah now no now no now no now. You’re totally trying to figure this out in your head right now, aren’t you?

whose books are better reading danielle steele or nora roberts

What is healthier: bacon fat or lard?

why is orwell hated by the

Oh, the agony! Who hates Orwell? How can you leave me hanging like that?

moist fondle

That’s simply the most disgusting word pairing that’s ever appeared on this blog, dear searcher. Whatever you were searching for, it couldn’t have been good.

training bras 1980s

Good Lord. Why? I just ask you…why?

o dear god its me

This must be the sequel to Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret. In o dear god its me, Margaret and her friends, now in their 50s, are eager to see who can “get their first menopause.”

logos of suppliers of mcdonalds

Not sure. Does cholesterol, death, and mechanically separated chicken have a logo? Yum.

And that’ll do it. That’s all I got for you today. Until next time, keep your moist fondling hands off me, okay?

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23 Comments Post a comment
  1. The moist fondle is truly disgusting! blech…….and a????why a???this is hilarious..made me laugh, and i have an exam on monday..not a time when i should be laughing too much( or reading blogs at all).But thanks anyway.:)


    February 24, 2012
  2. Oh, I SO want to read the sequel about Margaret is her 50’s! (And then it might make some top 100 book list and YOU’D have to read it, too, Ha-ha-ha.)


    February 24, 2012
  3. another spectacular entry in the series. dying laughing.


    February 24, 2012
  4. And now my co-workers think I’m even more insane from laughing at these. Today is by far the best response to your search terms!


    February 24, 2012
    • Thanks Geoff. The search terms are so wacky that it’s easy to do these posts.


      February 24, 2012
  5. Robert, you are inspirational!! 🙂 I had to go search out the “search questions” on my blog. Here are a few:

    “librarian shush”
    “Dracula teeth”
    “sexy or sexy that is the question”
    “philological library of free university”

    Makes me wonder what kind of tags I’m putting on posts. But maybe on my “blog search” button these would pop up.


    February 24, 2012
    • Sexy or sexy? Haha. Such a tough question.


      February 24, 2012
  6. I feel “moist” is one of the most disgusting words in the dictionary. Moist fondle takes that to new heights.


    February 24, 2012
    • It’s definitely heightened the level of vulgarity on this blog.


      February 24, 2012
  7. #

    I might be able to compete with you. Here are a couple of my latest:

    “Celebrity flabby ass”

    “Praising allah upon sneezing and its response.”

    I am neither a celebrity or have anything at all do with allah. Let’s not discuss the flabby ass.


    February 24, 2012
  8. I hope the guy who entered “why is orwell hated by the” was not killed before he could finish his


    February 24, 2012
  9. The most popular seatch term at my site is ‘brick wall.’ I used a photo of one once and now everybody wants it!


    February 24, 2012
    • #

      I used a piece of clipart of someone sneezing and that seems to drive a bunch of people to mine.


      February 24, 2012
  10. I am laughing so hard at your snark. Hahaha!


    February 24, 2012
  11. The search terms made me laugh and the commentary made me laugh even more.
    I went and checked out my blog’s search terms. Disappointingly, most of them are pretty normal and relate to my blog posts. But there were a few which made me smile, such as “public domain puppies”. This is probably because I used a public domain photo of a puppy in a previous post but the image that “public domain puppies” conjured up in my mind made me smile….not all that funny though.

    There are a few random ones though… “little chef brownhills”. What??
    “burung blach roat” – I’m assuming this one is in a foreign language. Or the person was drunk.
    Finally, “labradors are actors”. Really?


    February 26, 2012
  12. Moist fondle and the Nora Roberts vs Danielle Steele entries made me laugh out loud. I sincerely hope we never find out what a moist fondle is…


    March 1, 2012

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