Strange search-engine queries (566)

If you’re new around here, this is a weekly compendium of search strings that people actually used recently which lead to pages here on this site. If you’re not new around here, well, it’s the same thing, actually.

mary’s parents bought her a used bicycle for her birthday. she was thrilled until she learned that her best friend received a brand new bicycle to celebrate ground hog day. mary’s declining satisfaction illustrates:  The inspiration for her subsequent campaign for Congress.

mr. craven lacks imagination and is a complete conformist. with respect to the big five personality traits, mr. craven probably would score low on which of the following?  Not that it matters, since he’s voting for Mary for Congress.

air biscuits:  Hey, whoever smelt ’em, dealt ’em.

are you hanging on the edge of your seat:  Sssh. I’m trying to pass this air biscuit.

bmw service intervals:  Whenever the car deems it necessary.

barely-melted capacitor:  Not included in your standard BMW service intervals.

if he only wants your breasts legs and thighs send him to kfc lyrics:  Be sure to pick up some Red Bull for wings.

where is parella lewis going:  I’ll ask her when she gets back from KFC.

some of mao zedong’s closest advisors believed that the great leap forward had failed because mao tried to:  Avoid killing everyone.

armenian foot fetish:  Khloe and Kourtney will be glad to hear it.

tammy is taking a college admissions test in math to see if she can enroll in an accelerated math course. she has heard that males tend to perform better on this test than females, although she has no evidence that this statement is true:  And it shouldn’t affect how she performs, anyway.

what’s the phone number:  BEechwood 4-5789.

typical theme parks are opryland and disneyland areas set aside just for:  Parking as far as the eye can see.







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