Strange search-engine queries (601)

It’s Monday again, and you know what that means: it’s time to sweep through the logs and find some of the search strings that called users to this site somewhere in the first ten pages of results. We hope, of course, that some of them will be at least mildly amusing.

scaramuccis rant spurs newsroom debate:  And a whole lot of Twitter tripe, too.

honda malaysia bike WWXD:  What would Xenophobe drive?

widdle wincoln:  Any widdler and it would be a Ford.

lardbutt 1k:  I assume this doesn’t mean “1 kilogram.”

correspondence phd in political science:  This could get you a slot on Fox News, if you look good in a short skirt.

chaz bono weight loss:  I wasn’t aware he’d gained any weight, unless you want to count the facial hair.

does verizon selects cost money:  Bless your heart, honey, everything costs money.

neil diamond songs written:  Must be hundreds of them by now. I just hope he doesn’t get done too soon.

dildo cupcakes:  I’d hate to see the pan you bake these in.

media baron rupert murdoch bought tv guide in 1988 because:  It was the closest thing we had to the News of the World.

how to avoid tumblr safe mode:  Either get an account of your own, or look elsewhere for your smut.

polyglop:  When simple glop isn’t enough.

used realdoll™ $200..$400:  I definitely don’t want to know how it was used.


  1. Holly H »

    7 August 2017 · 9:14 am

    correspondence phd in political science: This could get you a slot on Fox News, if you look good in a short skirt.


  2. McG »

    7 August 2017 · 11:16 am

    I would have thought polyglop is what’s on the newspaper you remove from her cage.

  3. fillyjonk »

    7 August 2017 · 6:51 pm

    I think polyglop was something they served at International Night in my college cafeteria.

  4. CGHill »

    8 August 2017 · 12:10 pm

    I think Rush Limbaugh would endorse that Fox quip.

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