Strange search-engine queries (699)

I never really envisioned that this rather thin premise could be stretched to almost seven hundred episodes. And yet here we are.

salmon coquette:  A flirty fish indeed.

brian is very creative. if he goes a week without seeing another person, he doesn’t even notice. he likes to garden and is currently redesigning the entire landscape around his property. according to holland’s theory, what type of person is brian?  Oblivious — and happy.

mrs butterworth rule 34:  I always wondered what was going on in that Log Cabin.

kickended:  One of several commands understood by the new SoccerBot.

claire de loon:  A Debussy composition, available for one Canadian dollar.

rush limbaugh maybach:  Well, you have to figure he wasn’t tooling around in a ten-year-old Corolla.

monchichi wiki:  Sounds kind of icky.

skinflintiness:  How you get to retirement age with your millions intact.

fortress proppants:  Yeah, but do they have pockets?

what do race car drivers like to do yahoo answers:  Y!A is just like wallowing in the pits.

nonthinking:  The most highly prized voter.

a town builds a new road north of the town to replace one that was in bad shape. the new road is wider, has smooth pavement, and flowering bushes have been planted along the roadside. compared to the road south of town, the new road gets very little use. this is because many of the residents work in a factory several miles south of town. the north road is used mostly on weekends by wealthy families driving to their mountain cabins. many residents are angry about this. which of the following economic questions was not adequately considered before building the road?  How to buy off the southsiders so they won’t complain so damn much.

2 comments

  1. The Other McCain »

    25 June 2019 · 8:03 am

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  2. nightfly »

    25 June 2019 · 2:12 pm

    If the Simpsons can last for 30 years, why not Strange Search Engine Queries? Yours at least has maintained its initial high quality.

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