Strange search-engine queries (369)

It’s Monday morning, and the mood elevator is stuck between floors, so I might as well sift through the logs and see if there’s anything worth shouting out, or at.

sexe and porn olod women ower 80 years old chineses peoples:  Say what? You’re in Canada, FFS. Speak English. Or French.

milf moms train boy toy sons’exstreme incest kirsten archives forum:  This almost made sense up to “kirsten,” who doesn’t want her name connected up with anything so vile as, oh, archive forums.

hairy bearded guy on golden state warriors team in 2008:  Weirdly, the nba.com roster doesn’t list them by hirsuteness.

Hi, we’re a really shitty band called Chicken Abortion, from the terribly boring town of Germfask, Michigan. Our interests include: drugs, music:  And, of course, terseness.

new itunes won’t let me add wma:  Neither would the old iTunes. You’ll have to convert your favorite Chicken Abortion tracks before importing them.

rip van wintel:  Introduced hibernation mode on Windows-based laptops in the 1990s.

helen mirren knickers:  Did you check under the bed?

I was not going to post this but I feel compelled. These folks came into Turner Family 7-Elevens in Howell and stole the jar that we were collecting money for a child with Downs Syndrome who needs surgery. They drove a:  Hard bargain?

how to find out the name of male model in mercedes benz fragrance ad:  Was it this guy?

which tire has tracktion on a 97 mazda 626:  If it’s only the one tire, you’re going to be doing more donuts than Krispy Kreme.







5 comments

  1. fillyjonk »

    25 February 2013 · 7:08 am

    Whoa, Germfask.

    I know EXACTLY where that is.

    And boring is in the eye of the beholder. If your interests include fishing, I daresay Germfask would not be boring.

  2. CGHill »

    25 February 2013 · 7:35 am

    Germfask also has some interesting 20th-century history.

  3. McGehee »

    25 February 2013 · 9:25 am

    It’s too bad Littleton didn’t make the trip with that town’s founders. It could have ended up being the repository for biowarfare materials.

  4. McGehee »

    25 February 2013 · 9:26 am

    …or maybe that wasn’t a bad thing…

  5. fillyjonk »

    25 February 2013 · 9:41 am

    It’s not too terribly far from where my mom grew up. If it had been the repository, maybe I’d have some kind of special powers or something.

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