Strange search-engine queries (103)

Believe it or not, there were some people last week who were not looking for pictures of some local news babe. Not that this is so much of an improvement.

twenty-four hour sucking rapture blondie:  I guess the Man from Mars gave up guitars.

wilsonian viagra:  It’s a new pill design. Instead of an oval shape, it has fourteen points.

6 Piece Pie Slicer Shreveport Louisiana:  I’m impressed. Usually, when you make a slice, you end up with two pieces at best.

nude babes in microskirts:  For them to be really nude, you’ve got to get down to the nanoskirt, maybe even the femtoskirt, level.

university of tulsa TA assholes:  This is not, incidentally, the origin of the term “Rock you like a Hurricane.”

“women sleep in the buff”:  Some of them, or so I’ve heard, anyway.

unblack wallpaper:  Should be easier to find than actual black wallpaper.

turnip flavoured condoms:  This being a British search, I’m tempted to ask if spotted dick is involved.

texting while driving, car accident involving geo and 18 wheeler, man cut in half:  And what’s worse, they charged him for two separate messages.

does the lovely miss britney spears like doing enemas?  ‘Tis better to give than to receive, I should think.

prairie state semen cheerios:  Still sounds better than Froot Loops.

feed the children Paul Bouchereau:  They haven’t finished their cereal yet.

how to kill time for 5 hours:  Knock out a month’s worth of these compilations.


  1. Mark Alger »

    21 January 2008 · 8:11 am

    What I always wonder is HOW IN THE WORLD do these search terms get people to YOUR site?

    And they say the search engine is the greatest thing since sliced bread. Or was that pie?



  2. CGHill »

    21 January 2008 · 8:32 am

    They don’t make a hell of a lot of sense to me either, but there they are, sitting in Sitemeter’s big list.

  3. unimpressed »

    21 January 2008 · 3:24 pm

    On “wilsonian viagra”: You never get to see the bottom half of the pill….

  4. Patrick »

    21 January 2008 · 10:10 pm

    I was about to email you to see if you were also getting a ton of hits for “Amy McCree” (note the two C’s.) Do you know any reason why their has been such a hike?

  5. CGHill »

    22 January 2008 · 7:02 am

    I have no idea. There wasn’t any pattern I could detect, no site to which I could trace any unusual mention.

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