Strange search-engine queries (559)

What makes Monday so special? Well, it’s probably not this recurring feature in which we single out some of the weirder search strings that got this site on people’s screens in recent days.

warren has been struggling to eat healthier but he forgot:  And now, he isn’t even struggling, lucky bastard.

web toys for your procrastination pleasure:  I suppose it’s better than spending two hours a day on Facebook.

lonely rivers:  That’s why they keep moving, so you can’t see how they feel.

horrid henry gizmo games:  Hey, at least it’s not Leisure Suit Larry.

gop scrambles to salvage election after donald trump’s latest imbroglio:  Hey, at least it’s not Leisure Suit Larry.

street bob for sale shawnee ok:  I had no idea they were bobbing streets in Pottawatomie County.

sawiro jacayl oo qurux badan:  If I could remember that, I’d make it into a password.

brandon, a first-line supervisor at garden toys manufacturing regularly dishes out the verbal abuse to employees, berates, bad-mouthing and embarrassing them in public. this is an example of:  The sort of manufacturing we should have sent to China a long time ago.

renee ross sweater expander:  I’ve never known anyone named Renee who needed expansion, if you know what I mean, and I think you do.

what happened to zager and evans:  So very far away. (Maybe it’s only yesterday.)

jane says her cousin is big boned:  It’s an election year. Trust me, we’re all boned.

colossal cave was formed years ago by underground running water. today, it is the home to many animals, like bats. these interactions are an example of:   Not building strip malls all over the damn place.

doctor schmoctor:  Give me the news; I’ve got a bad case of foaming goo.

what kind of sexualized, audacious, political, and scatological comedy was considered fit material for translation or publication only in recent times?  That would be the late, unlamented NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams.







3 comments

  1. Wombat-socho »

    17 October 2016 · 8:32 pm

    Actually, it is one of the things that makes Mondays special, and I wish I’d found it sooner.

  2. The Other McCain »

    17 October 2016 · 9:02 pm

    In The Mailbox: 10.17.16

    Dustbury: Strange Search Engine Queries

  3. CGHill »

    17 October 2016 · 9:03 pm

    It hasn’t changed much in ten years. I usually have 13 or 14 items, where I used to have 10 or 11. Then again, I have better analytics these days.

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