I know I’ve done this before, but I just can’t ignore the fact that people keep ending up on my blog after typing in very unusual Google search terms. Google searches that really shouldn’t be bringing them here.
I suppose that I should really be using these terms as a guide. I’m obviously not giving the people what they want.
*Sigh* Let’s give this a bash, shall we? *INITIATE FEEDBACK MODE*
1. “Sparkly capsules poop confetti”
Um. I think you need to take a long, hard look at yourself and ask your inner-being whether this was what you wanted out of life. Is this the person you wanted to become? Do you feel as though you have been utilizing your time well? I hope this response has helped you find what it is you were “searching” for. ie: Not sparkly poop.
2. “Famous people scratching crotch”
Enough? Not enough? More?
3. “Naked hairy man from Honduras”
Good God, it has been a long time since I’ve blogged! I truly do apologize. I don’t know how many times I’ve sat down to have a chat, only to be yanked out of my beautiful blogging bubble. Unfortunately, such is life.
However, I AM BACK – and I know people say this all the time, but I’m really dang-well set on blogging more often. I’ve got a few new ideas I want to share, and so, well… prepare yourself.
In the meantime – watch this fantastically animated classic, in celebration of my triumphant (ish) return!
Today’s Midweek Marshmallow is inspired by a post I saw on Girl On The Contrary‘s blog. She spoke about checking up on the internet search terms people had used to get to her blog.
I realized that I had never actually paid any attention to those search terms before, so I went through my own and picked out a few of my favourites to share with you today.
1. “I love short people”
I already love you, whoever you are. If you need some short people to send love to, this is probably the best place. Well done Google.
2. “stupid dolphin head”
Firstly, that is mean. Secondly, dolphins are actually really intelligent marine creatures. – And thirdly, wtf, why here?
3. “Merlin Monroe”
Um. I’m not sure why the internets sent you here, but you were obviously looking for this: