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Searching high and low September 12, 2010

Posted by mareserinitatis in humor, meta.
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One of the cool things about blogging at wordpress is that I can find out what search terms people have used to find my blog.

Looking over the past couple months, I have noticed some patterns:

• The vast majority of people who have found the blog by searching have been looking for information on how beds supposedly cause cancer. A lot of people must be worried about that.

• Recently, a few have come looking for information about the seawater antenna. – can’t say I blame them.

• A couple have come looking for information on ‘shower resistors’ – I don’t know if they’re concerned about being zapped with lightning or are trying to run electronics in the shower

• There’s a couple who have been looking up information on procrastinating – always glad to help

• Some have looked for me by name, usually because they misspelled it.

• And then there are the ones who come looking for “tush”. This is a result of my post on modeling where I had to include Right Said Fred. But the search terms are…odd, such as “candid tush while sleep” and “young tush” Not sure how they ended up here, but since they’re hunting high and low, I figured I’d throw them a bone.

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1. Nathan Marcello - September 12, 2010

I get the weirdest search links for my blog. I wrote about the movie London, and in the movie Jason Statham has a line where he yells “I’m an impotent man”. Well my most used search term has been people search “Is Jason Statham good in bed?” haha

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2. Fluxor - September 13, 2010

I think I’m going to go to the mall today to buy some leather pants and get myself some puffy hair.

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