Strange search-engine queries (158)

When in doubt, they say, fall back on something that works, and this has been working for quite some time now. And it’s so simple: look over the log of visitors from search engines, and pick out the silliest search strings therefrom.

politics “science fiction”:  Lately, it’s more like dark fantasy.

18 years old cutie verified by a doctor to be a virgin and then deflorated by the doctor’s husband at the clinic:  And they say there are no advantages to government-run health care.

immovable type:  Now you know why I run WordPress.

Lobo: I’d Love You To Wand Me:  Myself, I have no desire to be wanded.

opus bill the cat implant card:  Myself, I have no desire to have Bill the Cat implanted.

wesson oil on naked women:  Well, yeah, considering what it does to clothes.

met trent reznor and his wife:  Were they, you know, doing it like animals?

badass bible tattoo:  That Saul of Tarsus was meaner than a junkyard dog, I hear.

Mary Fallin nude:  Finally, a Congressional stimulus package I can support.

justification for a statuette of limitations:  As sculpture goes, it’s necessarily a tad abstract, not that there’s anything wrong with that.

are there real woman that are care and under standing that would like date crossdree man and maybe married no games in new jersey:  Grammatical expertise not required.

Is the term “senior citizen” offensive?  No. Now get the hell off my lawn.

4 comments

  1. fillyjonk »

    9 February 2009 · 7:44 am

    “badass bible tattoo”

    Well, that might be one way that this Youth Group leader could mark her 40th. That is, if I weren’t so needle-phobic.

  2. Gabrielle Dolly »

    9 February 2009 · 8:04 am

    That’s not Lobo, it’s Cheap Trick.

    GFD

  3. McGehee »

    9 February 2009 · 8:52 am

    Maybe it’s Lobo that has a phobia about going through those metal-detector portals at the airport.

  4. Charles Pergiel »

    10 February 2009 · 1:00 am

    That last one got me. You’ve been to see “Gran Torino”, haven’t you?

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