Strange search-engine queries (448)

Lucky me, I got to fight with a server outage over the weekend, and therefore this week’s entries are not necessarily from, you know, this week. They’re still real, though, even if the links may have expired by now.

textbooks suck:  And not only that, but they cost six times as much as other books that suck.

wraith sentence about 750 to 2500 words using the pronoun i:  I think that I’d find that to be a pretty long sentence, I would, and I think that the wraiths would agree with me.

hes just a man:  You sure he wasn’t a wraith?

why aren’t unfrosted blueberry pop tarts available in california?  I’d guess it’s because they don’t meet emissions requirements. [burp]

publicity plan for a yogurt business:  “No crawly things. Ever.”

bubba the love sponge comments on mexican immigrants on 93.1:  Hey, as long as they aren’t eating up the yogurt.

appraisal of uneconomic remnant real estate parcels by a municipality in condemnation:  “You’re blighted! You hear that? Blighted! We’re gonna tear you down and put in a yogurt business!”

what willbe mybasic income a month as a lpn in new orleans:  About as much as you’d make dishing up frozen yogurt.

what transmission is in my ford probe:  Probably a broken one.

rebate check “positive id required” deposit:  Yeah, they wouldn’t want to hand over a buck-fifty to the wrong person, now would they?

dickweed polish:  Hmmm. I always thought he was Hungarian.

jim cantore boxers briefs:  If it ever gets to the point that we know, there will probably be an evacuation order.


  1. McGehee »

    1 September 2014 · 9:36 pm

    I was once sentenced to write a 10-word sentence 75 to 250 times — would that count?

  2. CGHill »

    1 September 2014 · 10:07 pm

    I’m not the one requesting the penalty here.

  3. Roger Green »

    4 September 2014 · 11:40 am

    Asking questions are in fact fastidious thing if you are not understanding
    something entirely, except this article offers good understanding even.

    (sorry, one of mine)

  4. Preben »

    7 September 2014 · 2:32 pm

    “publicity plan for a yogurt business”. Ha ha. That is very specific, and very rare. Wonder what the reason is that somebody is actually searching that phrase…

  5. CGHill »

    7 September 2014 · 2:35 pm

    I suspect it was someone seeking to undermine an existing firm. Lot of that sort of skulduggery going around.

  6. Preben »

    7 September 2014 · 3:37 pm

    Oh, that didn’t enter my mind as a possibility.

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