If This Were Easy…

2008-09-28

Search Terms

Filed under: metapost — Easy @ 9:00 am

Silly search terms people have used to get to my site is the low hanging fruit of blogging — everyone picks it because it’s easy. And I’m not one to blaze my own trails or buck a trend, so here’s my ‘search terms’ people have used to get to my site post:

By far, the all time most common search term that’s brought people to my site? Is it ‘diet’? Is it ‘change’? Is it ‘ticky mark’? No!

It’s ‘fluffy puppies’. Seriously. You post one link to cute little puppies, and all that other, on topic stuff goes straight out the window.

The next most common search term that brings people to my site is ‘”if this were easy” blog’. And I’m not even on the first page of those results (though the technorati version of me is), so whoever put that in there was bound and determined to find me! Thanks.

Most disturbing though, are a number of terms in the nature of ‘bbw humiliation’ and ‘bbw water bloat’. Remember way back in Reason #1, I mentioned that BBW personals are scary. Those people are why. If only Non-zero chance hadn’t gone offline. I could finally wear the “I’m somebody’s fetish” t-shirt.

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3 Comments »

  1. Being somebody’s fetish is spooky.

    Comment by Pie — 2008-10-01 @ 2:56 pm

  2. You must be used to it by now. Doesn’t being Asian make you everbody’s fetish?

    Comment by Easy — 2008-10-01 @ 2:58 pm

  3. My first experience with that was in college. Before then I’d *never* gotten hit on by anybody, with the exception of (no exaggeration) dwarves, very large men with compulsive lying problems, and bipolar individuals on heavy medication.

    The concept of being considered attractive was foreign, and I’d never heard of a Japanese *fetish*. It was very icky.

    Comment by Pie — 2008-10-02 @ 7:37 pm


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