Strange search-engine queries (575)

After yesterday’s overblown spectacle, it’s nice to come home and tuck into a few search strings.

Wait, what? It’s Monday? Oh, well. Never mind.

anything but sue:  Unlike the situation which prevails today, in which anyone can sue anyone else over anything.

is chocolate milk bad for you:  Everything is bad for you. Don’t worry about it.

i have seen you somewhere:  Was I drinking chocolate milk?

waiting for january like:  This being February, you’re in for a long wait.

my woody’s outside covered with snow:  So that’s why you were waiting for January.

brenda is always ready with a story to tell about performance in her area. unfortunately, brenda sometimes leaves out important facts and makes statements that cannot be corroborated. brenda is:  Looking for a job as a political strategist.

my parents didn’t steal an elephant:  And this is why you’re so screwed up at thirty-five.

after polly shrum sells a stock, she avoids following it in the media. she is afraid that it may subsequently increase in price. what behavioral characteristic does shrum have as the basis for her decision making?  Fear of her brother-in-law offering to give her investment advice.

daddy is so big:  You’ll catch up when you’re older, shrimp.

mr. loopner born without a spine:  Didn’t keep him from being elected, though.

“special snowflake”:  Once you’ve seen enough of them, they won’t seem so damn special anymore.

susan asked her roommate to lower the radio as she was trying to study. her roommate had turned the radio up originally from a volume level of 14 to 15, which was just enough for susan to detect. she turned it back down to 14 after susan asked her to lower it, which satisfied susan. this is probably:  Still too damn loud, and how did she get it up past 11?

if we use the analogy that some u.s. families have an income that could be represented by the height of mount everest, then the average american family has an income that is about:  As big around as a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup.

aw heck why not both:  Then again, why either?





4 comments

  1. backwoods conservative »

    6 February 2017 · 10:00 am

    I went searching for a string, and it led me into theoretical physics. When I got down to the subatomic level, I located my income.

  2. McG »

    6 February 2017 · 10:29 am

    * He better cover that woody with something else before it gets frostbite.

    * Brenda is a “professional” “journalist.”

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  4. CGHill »

    6 February 2017 · 5:46 pm

    As it happens, “my woody’s outside covered with snow” is a line from “New York’s a Lonely Town,” a hit by the Trade Winds (Red Bird 10-020, #32 in Billboard, 1965), in which a California surfer dude who’s been relocated to the opposite coast bewails his fate. In the half-century since this came out, I never once thought of the, um, alternate definition of “woody.”

    Which is not the case with the Angels’ “(You Can’t Take) My Boyfriend’s Woody.”

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