Your Search Questions Answered, Volume 19
It’s time for Your Search Questions Answered!
As you may know by now, these are just a sampling of the wacky, wild unedited search terms that find their way to 101 Books. I post them and then attempt some form of unclever response.
Let’s get started:
cheesy lines to cheer your girl up
I’m in love with you, girl, ’cause you’re on my mind
You’re the one I think about most every time
And when you pack a smile in everything you do
Don’t you understand, girl, this love is true?
Wait a minute.. that’s a Milli Vanilli lyric.
f the golden notebook
That isn’t nice. How could you talk about sweet, little old Doris Lessing’s book that way. God rest her soul.
why do i like to get slapped in my face?
That is an outstanding question and one you should ask your therapist.
im a snob
They say recognizing the problem is the first step.
how to write a classical novel
It’s a 12 step process.
- Have crappy parents. 2. Go to Ivy League school. 3. Drink a lot. 4. Fail out of Ivy League school. 5. Do drugs a lot. 6. Drink a lot some more. 7. Marry a crazy person. 8. Write great novel. 9. Do more drugs a lot. 10. Divorce crazy person and marry another crazy person. 11. Write terrible novel. 12. Kill yourself.
After your death, that great novel you wrote (step 8) will become a classic. Well done!
what happens if you don’t read books
how do reads well
Reads is well by do words well. Fun.
i love reading books. me too.
read full forced lactation book
words spelt weird
What about “spelt?”
To close, let me say that you guys wouldn’t believe the search terms I don’t post on here. Let’s just say that all my posts about Nabokov’s Lolita have made this blog a landing spot for too many bottom-of-the-barrel, scumbag, loser perverts looking for some hellhole of a website. Judging by their search terms, these people are the landfill of humanity. How wonderful that they find a book blog instead.
So on that upbeat note, see you soon for the next edition of these posts!