Strange search-engine queries (166)

Everyone starts a new week in a different way. Me, I go through last week’s search strings in the hope of finding something to snicker at. And usually I succeed.

lonnie donegan advertised brekfast cereal:  Which, like chewing gum, tended to lose its flavor on the bedpost overnight.  Perhaps the last dot-com domain yet unregistered.

timeline diagram of the birth of jesus to eternity:  You’ll spend the rest of your life scrolling your screen.

upskirt margaret thatcher:  That’s a good way to get your nuts cracked.

hydrochlorothiazide and marijuana:  Do you really want diuretics working on you when you’re stoned?

what is the difference between bird shot and buckshot:  Compare bird to buck, and think about it for a moment.

mrs. hill tattoo:  She didn’t have one. Now that she’s remarried, she might, but she has no reason to want to show it to me.

russian woman sues over vasectomy:  And she’d been saving up for it for so long, too.

words not to use in a job description:  How about “must enjoy hellholes”?

suck me off with a bilge pump:  No, no, no. You don’t want the ship going down.


  1. Lisa Paul »

    6 April 2009 · 8:58 am

    Great! Checking your search strings is a never-ending source of amusement. I’m proud that, after all the posts I’ve written laughing at my British husband’s weird food fears and follies, that a Google search on “Brits Eat Crap” brings my blog up at the top of the list!

  2. CGHill »

    6 April 2009 · 10:18 am

    I am always amazed at what turns up in these logs. As it happens, SiteMeter retains the last 4000 visits (if you fork over actual coin of the realm, which I always have), and I pull right around 4000 visits a week, so this process proves to be even simpler than it ought to be.

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