Last November, I shared some of the weird search terms people have used to find this blog.
With eleven months and one book release behind us since then, I figured it was worth revisiting the subject to see if search habits have changed much.
The top terms people used to find this blog were pretty much the same – stuff you’d expect like my name, my book name, or the name of the blog.
Then there’s the stuff I found a little odder. Between November 2, 2010 and yesterday, 188 people found this blog by searching “romance authors and pets.”
I can see the Playboy centerfold now…
To the best of my knowledge, I’ve never mentioned my mother’s first name on this blog. Still, 72 people found this blog by searching “Dixie Fenske.”
Maybe she should have her own guest post?
I’m disturbed to see that this post about fornicating monkeys in Gibraltar remains one of the most popular ones I’ve ever written, and that nearly 200 people found it by googling some variation of “monkey sex” or “sex with monkeys.”
Seriously, people – therapy. Give it some thought.
Then there’s the weird stuff. Because monkey sex isn’t weird enough.
Behold, I give you some of my favorite bizarre search terms that led people to this blog in the last eleven months:
- Creepy pervert tomato
- Alien boobs
- My husband bathed me
- Women’s pigtail buns
- Diaper under clothes
- Chinese giant salamander
- Big hairy butt
- Penis pen
- Check written for a traffic ticket in Montana on a pair of clean but tattered underwear
- Accordion potatoes
- You will not be disappointed i will make your toes curl in pleasure lets chat
- Vasectomy wound left unstitched
- Wearing pantyhose on the subway stories
- 4 guys sharing hotel bed with
- am i over the speedlimit while driving if i eat too many chocolates containing alcohol?
- bad underwear ideas
- boobs flash why do truckers honk at me
- cats butt looks really big
Several of those I can figure out based on a handful of words I’ve used in blog posts, but many leave me scratching my head. If you’re a regular reader here, do you have any guesses how some of those searches led people here? Does Google Analytics give you any bizarre data about how people are finding your blog? Please share!
I really need to spend some time looking into that creepy pervert tomato thing.