I’ve written about this before (here), and I’ll confess, it’s a lil’ topic I just can’t get enough of; search engine terms!
Our blog here tracks any number of things — # of views, for example — but my absolute favorite is the record of search engine terms people have used that (whether intentionally or not!) led them to our blog.
Some of them are quite obvious: “Paul Draper”, or “red wine food pairings”, or “Robert Parker Monte Bello”, things of that nature. And sometimes it’s a little more obtuse, but still reasonably logical. For example, almost everyday someone lands on our blog because they’ve entered “Georgia O’ Keefe” into a search engine. I included an image of one of her paintings in a post once, and for whatever reason, it’s become a popular location. (In the list below, ol’ Georgia makes a rather more unusual appearance …)
The best ones are of course the strangest, and I must say, there are some strange ones here!
I suppose it’s a compliment of sorts; a testament to the variety of content here, but anyhow, here is a new list of some of what I found to be the more entertaining search engine terms that brought you, our readers, here (make sure to read all the way down, I saved the best for last!):
men dressed as women
muppet band members
pirate clip art
route 66 bar
naked in big sur
georgia o’keefe herb salt
japanese wine quotes
twas the night before the wedding
naked women playing saxophone
kid n play
when was jazz discovered
i have drunken deep of joy
fogger for lizards
(— and my personal new favorite—)
sake in vino veritas japan drunk truth
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