Top Ten Google Searches for my Website
I was actually checking my website for traffic (which is increasing, yay me!), but those were too funny not to share. Thanks to the H for suggesting I inflict them on you guys; all complains should be addressed to ML in Paris *g*.
1. male underwear upper parts
Ha, someone must have been very disappointed. I wonder if I should convince the H to pose for nude pictures?
2. a glittering ballerina scarred forever
Er, I admit have no idea what was going on here. (this actually got multiple searches. Colour me puzzled).
3. the science of pineapple brownies
Ha. Fair point. So, pineapple brownies: chemical reactions between gluten in flour, butter and chocolate, cemented by a good hour in the oven to form a superstructure that holds together in the dish. (what do you mean, no? Ah yes, I didn’t actually take chemistry beyond cristallography and basic organics… Mind you, I suspect it’s fairly simple stuff as far as chemistry is concerned, which doesn’t mean it’s unimportant. Pineapple chocolate brownies is a vitally important dish, a concentrate of yumminess that dispels the gloom)
4. reflection paper on dancer’s gift sociology in life
Hum, I’m afraid I can’t help you there?
5. best stir-fry recipe ever
I’m flattered. Given that the post in question is stir-fried broccoli, though, again, disappointment looms…
6. lymond chronicles movie
OK, if they ever make one of this and it’s *not* Hollywood writing the script, I’ll sign up for it faster than you can blink. Francis Lymond on the big screen… Yum…
7. story about my idea of relaxation
Well-known facts: writers are psychic. So, apparently, is google.
8. mango stuck between teeth
I’m just getting a very uncharitable mental idea here, ha ha ha.
9. algorithm of simhuman
You mean, like computers pretending to be famous authors? 😀
10. amazing places on earth
Yup, this website. You’re here.
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Of course, now you have the phrases ‘a glittering ballerina scarred forever’ and ‘reflection paper on dancer’s gift sociology in life’, you’ll be getting even more traffic from them…
Jennifer r. Donohue
I confess to having a particular fascination with looking at the stats on my blogs. Search terms, where people came from, all that stuff. You definitely had some interesting searches!
Dylan: oooh yes. I have absolutely no doubt of that 😀
Jennifer: I seldom do look at the stats, especially the aggregrates, but it’s nice to see where people came from, yup (I had a lot of classical searches for my name, too, and my books. But those are funnier).