Sunday, February 19, 2006

Whence they came

Rob Helpy-Chalk just posted a list of search terms that brought people to his blog. Herewith, some recent ones for Orange Tangerine:

butt cracks (Naturally!)

prostate massage pictures (Sorry, I got nothin'.)

how to age and rip your jeans (For the love of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, why?)

i'ma women [sic] and my nipples are small (You don't say.)

orange twizzlers (Ew!)

indoor waterpark bacteria (Sorry, I don't know much on the subject.)

attractive brassiere implants (Really?)

sugar sandwich (I still haven't tried the butter-and-sugar sandwich, but I do like me some buttered toast with sugar sprinkled on top.)

john dodd beast car (I don't know how you ended up here, but try this search with quotes.)

And my personal favorite of this batch: tricks for voiding postpartum (Sorry, I had a C-section and have no information for you.)

3 comments:

Orange said...

Someone in Poland came here via a search for buxom with orange hair. Now that's a great search query.

the nut said...

lol - I keep getting things like "Nelly's Nut House" which is a real store from what I can tell. I also get someone searching for mastiff's a lot and the occassional pit bull tattoo art now that it's linked on my blog.

Oddly, I've gotten a lot of postpardum hits. I think it was in December someone tried searching for "post pardum stress disorder in vets." I helped them out and said perhaps they would have more luck with "Post Traumatic Stress Disorder."

JT said...

I don't get a lot of postpartum hits, sadly. Also sadly, I get regular hits looking for Melanie on PBS Kids Sprout, which makes me nervous that elderly perverts are looking for MelaniePorn.

And if someone is still looking for tips on voiding post-partum, use that peri bottle they give you at the hospital. Fill it with very warm water, and trickle it over the sensitive area(s) while you pee. Then fill it again, and spray yourself down when you're done. It greatly increases your comfort level and helps keep things clean.

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