Strange search-engine queries (501)

If you have Monday off, or even if you don’t, this Monday-morning feature is still around, showing you what lengths people will go to in the search for, um, let’s call it “information.”

daily double dirty worn wet discharged pantie with pantyliner:  Then again, maybe “information” is the wrong word.

f4 anvil:  The lower-priced alternative to Acme.

Buy don’t like the ear uncomfortable than eat shit Want to buy a sennheiser earplugs, please recomm:  When you’re in those coprophagic moods, the only thing that matters about earbuds is whether the cord gets in the way of your lunch.

Rove all over the world children suddenly the rain arena, I wish you have a dream for a hors:  My dream kingdom for a dream horse!

viral video proves the internet loves shade balls:  The Internet loves balls, shade or otherwise.

how many variations are there for the cd4e transmission:  At this point, two: broken, and not broken.

elkhart indiana stolen saab 97x black suv:  Well, it’s certainly not here.

jim develops 5 java applications a year. joe develops 10 java applications a year. jim gets paid $5000.00 per application:  Joe gets paid $1500 per application, quits, and goes off to write games for Android.

if the purpose of this paragraph is to persuade readers to eat tortillas:  It probably should have been written tomorrow, on Taco Tuesday.

whats third base with a guy:  I don’t know. (Third base.)

“wreck the dress” | “destroy the dress” | “drown the gown” | “trash the dress”:  Excuse me, but are you having an issue with this dress?

slammed cars:  Often they are slammed into bridge abutments.


  1. Georganna Hancock (@GLHancock) »

    7 September 2015 · 1:27 pm

    Was just thinking about third base last night and how panty girdles frustrated many a guy – most diabolical underwear invented! This assumes third base is where I thought it was.

  2. CGHill »

    7 September 2015 · 1:54 pm

    Some of us couldn’t even deal with mere bras:

  3. Cristina »

    8 September 2015 · 8:07 pm

    Sometimes I’m a little miffed that my blog pops up for the oddest of search queries. Nothing nearly as bizarre as this though! The stolen car one? Priceless!
    xo Cristina

  4. CGHill »

    8 September 2015 · 8:18 pm

    The price I pay for having no set topic. :)

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