7 September 2006

Google searches of late

I can't begin to imagine the disappointment some people must feel when their Google search leads them here.

Notable searches from the last few days:

"Jeffrey Archer novelty socks"

"brutal sex" (that bloody Annie Proulx)

"feminist theory + Little Red Riding Hood"

"How does an echidna breathe?" (Through its nose I imagine)

and my personal favourite ...

"nose wrinkling soup""

14 comments:

Lazy cow said...

Funny. Mine are usually just 'lazy cow' or once: 'my wife is a lazy cow'. Must spice up content :-)

capello said...

What's "nose wrinkling soup" -- like soup that's too hot?

shula said...

damn it. the only searches I get are for 'poppalina'. Which is a real no brainer.

Mary said...

My best one recently was, 'Do Japanese models have cat fights?'. Now I'm wondering about the Jeffrey Archer socks.

Aurora said...

Please tell me how you retrieve this information. I'd surely like to check on mine!

My float said...

Don't you wonder why people are actually looking up Jeffrey Archer novelty socks in the first place?? Who are these people?!

shellyC said...

yes..i too would love to know how one can find out who has been snooping??

Martina said...

Nose Wrinkling soup sounds like stinky soup to me!

Suse said...

See the tiny box at the bottom of my page? It's a sitemeter. Tells me where you all come from and how you got here.

Paisley said...

I find the Jeffrey Archer socks one the most intriguing. They're not two concepts that you would ordinarily put together.

meggie said...

I too, had wondered about the 'sitemeter'. Hah.
Have spent time trying to sort out what the hell I am doing! Of course it is just easier to read interesting others!

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

lol, those are classic!! Nose wrinkling soup!! I think there should be a blog of these google saying s alone!!

String Bean said...

How does an echidna breathe? is my favorite. Intriguing.

The best one I got was "Desperate Blonde Dummies" I can't imagine what they were looking for.

Sarah Louise said...

Yes, would the Jeffrey Archer novelty socks have words on each one? Oh, I know! This is so you can read them on the plane--I read about a scarf concept, now they're going for socks!

Brilliant, those Brits...

one of mine was "broken tailbone" which I had. And I ended up getting an email from someone who wanted advice!!

only connect, I say. Only connect.