Part IV: The Weird and Wacky World of Search Engine Terms!

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, I don’t know whether to be disturbed, or to consider it a compliment to the breadth of content on this blog. Either way, it never fails to amaze me the search engine terms that lead folks to our blog.

Here, for your reading pleasure, is the fourth installment in this delightful series, and if you’ve the stamina, definitely read on to the end, to discover one of the weirder foursomes we’ve yet encountered. And do bear in mind, these terms were all actually entered into actual search engines, by actual real people. Really.

So, here we go :

fugazi

the neverending story

lu yu

cheese gromit

fefferoni peppers

poems about wine and life

elmo hope

route 66 new mexico

ricardo ray – the real nitty gritty

nero wolfe where there’s a will

weed bong

haunted lytton springs

boar confit

dream sequence

man dressed like a woman

snails poem new yorker

the big man

michael dukakis big helmet

bong hash

just another day at the office meaning

cannabis bong

paris café hemingway

was there no secret service protecting abraham lincoln

cryptolaemus montrouzieri video

“crepe and black lamps” vliet

wc fields drunk

rattlesnakes

when it was published the typewriter

—And now, for the final foursome of weirdness!

darkman burned

how are baby caterpillars born?

funkpower hour with bing graphite

horizontal winemakers



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  1. These are hilarious and yes, very weird! Thanks for sharing, Christopher!

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