The Monday Mess – Pah, Search terms – 4 Feb 2013


Humor me here if you will. Try the following Nonet:

The internet is full of knowledge

Of that we can all be so sure

but do I try improve my brain?

check sports scores? or erm, porn?

no, there is another

question to answer

Oh Google

here I


And in the spirit of a cheap ass monday post here is some ways the search above found its way to my blog over the last month or two.

  • My wife is fat – And mine isn’t so no joy here then…
  • Burt Wards bulge – Don’t recall blogging about this particular appendage. I did blog about the sixties Batman six months or so ago.
  • gam dam style şarkısı – I think these are a Turkish band or something, possibly a song, I forget which.. Feel free to correct me here if you know.
  • I am only 15 can i become an author – Not sure where I would answer this in my previous posts, but right now, I shall say yes.
  • my heart is full of love – Mine too. But only so much to go round.
  • banquet sex slang – Probably led to this old post, or this one on slang.
  • do headphones mess with your brain – Not on this blog buddy, they lead to an increased love or music.
  • spring boing boom splat – aka the move my brain makes before a blog entry.

And now for something different:

How to fail in spectacular fashion on “The Wheel of Fortune”:


19 comments on “The Monday Mess – Pah, Search terms – 4 Feb 2013

  1. Dan says:

    I love the random search terms that lead people to my blog. When I look at them, a lot of the time they make sense, but every now and then I’m very much “what the hell?”

    You could turn this into a regular feature!

    • Elliot says:

      I’ve seen some much better ones out there than what get, but there is definitely something amusing in the odd ones finding their way to your blog.

      I have searched a few in google myself and I wasn’t near the top on some of those, so who knows what they must have seen prior to getting to me.

  2. Marthafied says:

    That Wheel of Fortune clip is hilarious…lol! I wonder whose husband has been googling “my wife is fat”…lol… I agree with Dan- this would be a great regular feature!

    • Elliot says:

      Maybe a regular every few months, I don’t have enough to sustain it until then.

      How silly must that woman have felt on the Wheel. How to lose thousands in one big goof. I posted another wheel video some months ago. To see it, type “Wheel of fortune racist” into google and the youtube link will appear. It is funny in a toe curling manner.

  3. Carrie Rubin says:

    Interesting search terms, though that first one isn’t very nice of whoever searched it. I think I’ll go search ‘my husband is fat’ just to even things out. Even though he isn’t. And the Wheel of Fortune lose? Ouch. Life can really suck sometimes…

    • Elliot says:

      It makes you wonder sometimes doesn’t it. I suppose it could easily have been someone looking it up in jest to see what they found.

      How stupid must that woman on the wheel have felt, especially with all the prize money she would have gotten – doh!

  4. Nice search-term Nonet! And oh that poor woman, she must still be kicking herself for having said “beaches.” I’m not sure what’s weirder, someone is searching for “my wife is fat” or “Burt Ward’s bulge.”

    • Elliot says:

      I know, what a daft one right?

      Also weird is that the search terms “Burt Ward’s bulge” and “Firestar’s vagina” both found their way to my blog.

  5. DyingNote says:

    The only memorable search term (maybe because I choose to remember just that) on my blog was ‘torquish threesome’. That fevered search for sex with a twist led to my post on Turkish music. Not sure if the music helped.

    • Elliot says:

      That’s an interesting one, it’s a shame it isn’t clear on the stats what post the words led to.

      • DyingNote says:

        This one I figured out because the Turkish music post was the only one that was viewed that day. But yeah, I wish WP provided more involved stats. One can’t even figure out which WP blogger visited which post – it all comes under the head of referred by WP dashboard. That one should be the easiest to do, I think.

      • Elliot says:

        They probably don’t want to do that as it would require a whole lot more storage for things a lot of people probably wouldn’t be interested in.

        On a seperate matter, do you like “My Bloody Valentine”?

  6. DyingNote says:

    I liked My Bloody Valentine’s “Loveless” and “Isn’t Anything”. A bit underwhelmed by the new “m b v”, but that may be a result of the massive hype. It’s a decent effort but I don’t think it’s been worth the wait

    • Elliot says:

      I haven’t heard the new one but I did like a track I heard on the radio. I did get Loveless years ago but it didn’t connect with me at the time. I kept it to play at a later date. With the new one out I’ve been playing Loveless in the car on the way to work for the last two days. It is slowly growing on me.

      I still find it difficult to reconcile with the “classic” album status.

      • DyingNote says:

        Classic? No. Loveless is a good album, but I think over-hyped. On a slightly different note, I know you’re not into jazz but I strongly recommend Rudresh Mahanthappa’s new album ‘Gamak’ (you can check some samples on my latest post – yes, shameless plug).

      • Elliot says:

        I saw the post but I cannot check the samples on my iPad using the reader I use. I will check it out once I can get on the computer at home.

  7. jmmcdowell says:

    “Nurturing” is the search term that most often leads to my blog, thanks to one post called “Nurturing the Dream” with a clip art photo I called “nurturing.” And for some reasons, Russians searching for things like “flowering trees” are directed to my blog. Two of my favorites, though, are “Carrie Rubin Scourge Torrent” and “when i’m older i want to be a forensics poem.” 🙂

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