Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Shipwrecked on The Velvet Blog

Unusual searches that have brought visitors here recently:

--christmas songs written by jews
--oranges smoranges
--why two birds suddenly appear
--you've just invented a new form of torture
--picture the mongolian cow
--is a paintball safe to eat
--what makes you poop
--had to, dead you know
--gay subtext in rudolph the red nosed reindeer
--what does sex panther mens perfume smell like?
--egg salad sandwiches in orlando
--hemoroidal creams
--i feel like a pickle
--how to make dog poop in rain
--douchebag diagram
--poop throwing machines

The number of poop-related searches is starting to disturb me.

4 comments:

God Is My Codependent said...

It's kind of like a little poem, isn't it? Just needs a little repunctuating:

Shipwrecked on The Velvet Blog

by A. Committee

Christmas songs written by jews...oranges smoranges
Why two birds suddenly appear:
you've just invented a new form of torture
Picture the mongolian cow, is a paintball safe to eat, what makes you poop
”Had to, dead you know—“

Gay subtext: in rudolph the red nosed reindeer, what does sex panther men’s perfume smell like? Egg salad sandwiches in Orlando.

Hemoroidal creams. I feel like a pickle
How to make dog poop in rain? Douchebag diagram: poop-throwing machines.

punkinsmom said...

You look like a pickle too.




-juvenile, I know, but still fun.

Signs&Wonders said...

I have had worse. I write about size acceptance on my (other) blog and have had some really strange ones, such as "fat women $hitting".

I love to post about these delightful, yet strange, searches, but I'm afraid that by doing so, I end up driving even more people to my site who are searching for this gross and elusive thing . . .

your blog is fun, btw.

Jim Donahue said...

Thanks, S&W.

>>but I'm afraid that by doing so, I end up driving even more people to my site who are searching for this gross and elusive thing

Yeah, I know what you mean. I'm never going to mention Deborah Norville's eyes again.

Oh, dammit ... I just did.