The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

20 August 2007

Strange search-engine queries (81)

I never quite seem to run out of these, and apparently the demand hasn't run out either, so:

human flesh forks:  You'll also need spoons for the brains.

all girls legs in 1969:  Forget about it. It's thoughts of that sort which caused me to drop from fourth in my class to seventh.

should one tip sonic drive-in servers:  If you can do so without getting your drink spilled.

"air bags" boobs:  No real resemblance, unless you have a bra that looks like a steering wheel.

yellow spidery things in room:  Maybe it's, um, yellow spiders.

rub little white girls on the ass:  A good way to get a little white hand across your face.

eharmony "unattractive women":  Realistically, what are your chances of finding a supermodel on a dating site?

bob looks lilke it's going to need a beefy:  What, did he find a supermodel on a dating site or something?

tired sexy girls less than 18 years:  If they're that young, they shouldn't be tired.

what type of person normally buys a 2007 Lexus RX 350?  The type of person who wants a Toyota Highlander but wouldn't be caught dead in a Toyota dealership.

Nichols Hills panhandler:  Has neatly-printed sign that says GOD BLESS YOU. HAVE YOU GOT ANY GREY POUPON?

is it ok to just walk away from an argument?  Um, did you say something?

Posted at 6:47 AM to You Asked For It


A good way to get a little white hand across your face.

Or a large book thrown at you. Not having seen it myself I can't say what color it is.

Posted by: McGehee at 11:01 AM on 20 August 2007

I have often wondered whether to tip the carhop at Sonic. I never had the kahunas to ask anyone what they thought on the subject. They always get at least a buck from me. I like Sonic, and the carhops need the money.

Posted by: Jeff Shaw at 1:56 PM on 20 August 2007

what type of person normally buys a 2007 Lexus RX 350?

Nah. The real question is what type of person abnormally buys a 2007 Lexus RX 350?

Posted by: triticale at 5:12 PM on 20 August 2007

If I were going to buy a crossover with an implausible price tag, I'd wait for the upcoming Infiniti EX35.

(Which reminds me of a story told by either William Safire or Edwin Newman about an editor, perhaps at Dow Jones, who hated the word "upcoming." After seeing it once too often, he posted the following note on the corkboard: "If I see 'upcoming' again, I will be downcoming and someone will be outgoing.")

Posted by: CGHill at 6:31 PM on 20 August 2007