The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

11 June 2007

Strange search-engine queries (71)

Once a week, I pick up ye olde SiteMeter, turn it upside down, and look at what falls out. Some of it, you get to look at.

foxwoods AND prostitution:  Both can cost you a lot of money in the long run.

the three stooges msdos download:  On the other hand, Shemp used a Mac.

repressing crossdress:  First, see if your outfit needs pressing. If it's still crinkled, you may have to repress it.

"hannity in a dress":  Probably needs ironing, too.

how do you make gatorade:  Step 1: Catch a gator.

thumbs up george bush:  Another reason not to shake hands with Karl Rove.

gilligan nude fake:  You better believe it, little buddy.

horny + immature:  Been there, been that.

first dorkmobile:  The 1950 Nash Rambler.

Dick Cheney is cooler than Hunter S. Thompson:  I dunno. Dr. Thompson is dead, so he's probably not generating a whole lot of heat.

red beetles and doritos:  What, are you too cheap to buy salsa?

ten sexual turn ons for married women:  If I knew any of those I might still be married.

"Maureen Dowd" dustbury:  Suddenly I feel a cold chill.

Posted at 6:29 AM to You Asked For It


"Maureen Dowd" dustbury: Suddenly I feel a cold chill.

I TOLD you to stay away from the Dark Side, Luke.

Posted by: Mister Snitch! at 1:20 PM on 11 June 2007

You bring life to search engine queries, Charles.

I cannot do it nearly as well as you, but I've made my first attempt and given tribute to you:

http://www.nobodyasked.com/2007/06/11/search-engine-queries/

Posted by: Winston at 5:13 PM on 11 June 2007

I seem to occupy the rung right below/above [choose one] Disturbing Search Requests, which is where the true Bizarro World queries get posted. (I've sent some there myself, including things I thought were too rude for my own site, assuming you believe I think it's possible for things to be too rude for my own site.)

Posted by: CGHill at 6:38 PM on 11 June 2007

Incidentally, that Dowd search does not come from anyone at The New York Times or nytimes.com — unless they have a stringer in or around West Chester, Ohio.

Posted by: CGHill at 6:40 PM on 11 June 2007