August 2nd, 2005
|06:28 pm - Freaky search strings|
The #2 search string on my website in July was: passed out
That means that it's down a bit from the month before, where that was the top search string.
The #2 search string for my website so far this month is: catholic schoolgirl outfit harry potter
That's over the past two days. This is frightening
Current Mood: amused
Current Music: "Hey Good Lookin'", -JB
|Date:||August 2nd, 2005 11:06 pm (UTC)|| |
Hmmm... "passed out" and "catholic schoolgirloutfit harry potter", eh?
Sounds to me like some people have a busy Saturday ahead of them.
Your icon is a source of great delight.
Mike... I am highly amused.
I am glad I can amuse you.
"Passed Out" has been high on the list for a long time. That's what gets the most hits on my site from web browsers. Several pages mention it, so I'm imagining that the phrase is rather common for me to write.
That's really frightening.
Apparently, Meghan and Sati share a fondness for Harry Potter fanfic, ... was not wearing her Catholic Schoolgirl outfit as I had been promised, *sniff*, ...
www.chronarchy.com/essays/festivals/trillium04.html - 30k - Cached - Similar pages
I <3 google. Now I'm gonna go clickie.
Haha. An excellent festival review, that is. :)
Ea has threatened to do a free verse poem cobbled together with freakisg search strings from the BTW website. My favorite one of all times was "insecticide bonfire accidents".
Ooh, that is a good one. I imagine, though, that you have even more interesting hits than I do on my site. . .
Do deities use puters? If so, know any who might try to skew the search strings on your site? ...any at all??
(What browser do you think They'd use, anyway?)
Internet Explorer generally accounts for about 25% of the total web traffic to my website. It's likely she uses a Mozilla browser, I think.
What this really means, of course, is that 75% of my friends are cool, and 25% are Microsoft whores. :)
(I personally account for about 8% of the total hits on my site)
We prefer to be refered to as Bill's Harem, not his "whores," thank you very much. (And most of us are NOT here by choice, really.)
Maybe I need to take lessons?
Could be. I generally have no idea what people are looking for when they type in those search strings, but damn if I can't just imagine!
Hermione, aged 18 years, wearing a catholic schoolgirl outfit.
That girl who plays her in the movies will be quite hot when she grows up. But not until then.
Agreed, which is why I included the caveat about her being 18. I might be somewhat of a pervert, but I'm not retarded.
Of course. I fully understand :)
|Date:||August 3rd, 2005 03:53 pm (UTC)|| |
Wow, I was thinking the exact same thing. Scary. And you earn way cool points for coming out and actually saying it! :)
No, first time I saw her, I was like, "She's going to be really cute when she grows up." I'm very happy to state that I have always added when she grows up to that line :)
Honestly, I find Harry Potter porn rather freaky (and more than a little creepy). Those kids aren't old enough, by any stretch of the imagination. Even setting it into the future worries me a bit. Can't we just wait to have those fantasies?
But legions of 13 and 14 year old boys probably have a huge crush on that girl.
|Date:||August 3rd, 2005 03:58 pm (UTC)|| |
You'd be amazed at some of the search strings that appear on the ADF website. A disturbingly large number have to do with illegal drugs and their use. And, of course, the usual fun stuff like "sex" and "orgie" [sic].
A while back I actually put in a system of "sure hits" so that certain search terms always bring certain results in bold and at the top. One of my many "never have time for but would really like to do" tasks is going through the last few years' search logs and figuring out what pages people should have found when searching for something.
That does sound like quite the chore. It's always interesting to see what is causing your site to come up with hits for those terms. Freaky, but interesting and amusing.
What's really creepy, though is guessing what they were actually looking for on the internet. . .