Strange search-engine queries (240)

“Seek, and ye shall find.” — David Axelrod, as quoted on the new White House rug.

what the text messaging abbreviation for “much obliged”:  There doesn’t have to be a txt version of everything. Now ESADYFA.

“drudge” “boasts” “95 percent accurate”:  Well, some of that is true.

raygun “clothes vanish”:  Marvin the Martian carries one of those on Ladies’ Night.

snarking japanese women without panties:  Some people place too much faith in Rule 34.

ohio state buckeyes boobs:  See what I mean?

fillyjonk “rule 34”:  Tove Jansson would never countenance such a thing. So all you guys lusting after the Snork Maiden can just cool your jets.

i detest mimi spencer:  She probably wouldn’t be too enthralled with you, either.

when my mazda 626 gets hot the transmission won’t work:  I presume you’re sending this from the side of the road, then?

“spite fence” massachusetts:  New Hampshire is probably ordering one now.

Debbie Gibson turns 40:  Last week, in fact. The Electric Youth has definitely kept the voltage up.

let’s buy some drugs:  Great idea! Is the drug store open?

the couple bought on credit novy chic and they wanted to check whether he stand anal tension:  Hey, let’s buy some drugs!

“french equivalent of spam”:  They call it “pourriel,” but it’s the same old “Hey, let’s buy some drugs!”


  1. Mark Alger »

    6 September 2010 · 8:24 am


  2. CGHill »

    20 September 2010 · 1:53 pm

    For some inscrutable reason, we’re getting vastly more hits for “text messaging abbreviation for ‘much obliged’,” and in the absence of a good one, I propose the following:


    No translation should be necessary.

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