Since yesterday marked exactly nine months that I’ve been blogging, I decided to check some of the most common keyword searches readers have used to find me.
Unsurprisingly, “Tawna Fenske” and “Don’t Pet Me, I’m Writing” round out the top of the list.
Then there are the ones that make me giggle.
In nine months, over 100 people found my blog by googling some variation of the phrase “monkey sex.” I wonder if they were pleased or disappointed to find this post?
Seven people found my blog by googling “sexbike.” I’m wondering what a sexbike is, but I’m kind of afraid to google it.
At least four dozen people found me by googling phrases like “big hairy butt” or “hairy butt.” I’m trying not to think too much about why anyone would want to see that, but I doubt they found what they were seeking here.
A whole lot of people googled variations of the phrase “things that sound dirty but aren’t.” This makes me proud.
Then there are the random search terms. The ones that (thankfully) appeared only once on the keyword list. Here are my favorites:
- 3inthe afternoon.... i'm loaded.. find me a partner
- are alpacas rideable
- entire orange in my mouth
- older guy having an affair
- fenske fine art, ducks
- hazmat enema purge
- help i shut my hair in the car door
- nut in my underwear
- dnot peg me
- supermodel tawna
- how to write on eggplants outline
- daddy pet animal sex
- dirty names to call your brother in law
- write a doll speak flash
- dance sweatpants with butt pockets
- hock spit sexy
- I can’t hold my poop
- can a put the whole boob in their mouth
- authors are stupid
If you have a blog or a website, do you ever check the keywords people use to find you? What’s the oddest thing you’ve seen? If you’re not a blogger, what’s the strangest thing you’ve caught yourself googling? Please share.
And please let me know if you’re responsible for any of those keyword searches above. Seriously, I’ve gotta know the story behind some of those.