Search terms.

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Have you ever checked the search terms on your blog?

I never really thought about how people found my site, just figured they were like minded weirdos who liked rocks and woodchucks…. but then I read a friend’s post and realized Google could have directed readers searching for specific things to my little corner of the virtual hemisphere.

The results?

More than a little disturbing.

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I admit I did write a blog about ukuleles a while back, but I promise you…. pictures of young girls doing it doggy style have never appeared on this page.

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Likewise for that abomination! And while I was seriously tempted to Google it myself for the purposes of adding a comical image, that’s an algorithm I can most assuredly do without.

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I did post ad nauseam about our trip to Sedona, though to be honest I don’t remember meeting any snake men uptown.

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I have no explanation for dong diet whatsoever, though it was directly followed by ‘I really shouldn’t’ so that may be all the explanation you need.

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30 thoughts on “Search terms.”

    1. Go to your stats page and scroll down to search terms. Then switch on the top from year to year to see who searched what.
      As for the supposed sexual content, I’m blaming Cosmopolitan!

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      1. Not update. Delete the app completely, and reload it. Doesn’t always work, but has in the past for me. Little things screw up that updates don’t catch. I’m not an expert, which is why I try simple fixes. Sometimes they do the trick, and can’t harm anything — unless you have not saved all your work.

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  1. I look at my search terms every so often and am bummed. Nothing salacious or controversial brings anyone to me. It’s all “do deer eat pansies” and “answering the Quaker questions.” Boring

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  2. OMG. These are hilarious!
    All my search terms are usually variations of my blog name. Or lemons. Did I post about lemons? Maybe, but I don’t remember.
    How’s that Dong Diet going?

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