More dribs and drabs

Posted: January 9, 2008 in Uncategorized

Today’s post is brought to you by
Google, stupid expressions, email and bad clothes

Google searches that brought people to my blog:

Unlike lots of people, mine aren’t so wierd, but here are a few goodies:

  • Botched facelifts
  • Milking boobs like cow udders – (?!?!?) the mind boggles when faced with the things people google. And boggles more when wondering how this actually brought them to my blog…
  • 10 Christmas irritations – I never did anything on that, but it sounds like it could be mine
  • Peanut M&M Health – I can’t believe anyone would actually do a search on this.
  • Reasons for sexual mercy – I’m 100% sure I never did a post on sexual mercy. No mercy. That’s all.
  • Pamela Anderson’s boobs – I did indeed speak of those mutant horrors

======================================================

On my email this morning: My Godness (sic) your PENIS is BELOW average size!

I should hope so. I’m sure Mr. Jazz is really happy this is the case.

======================================================

Does anyone know where the expression: “To get on like a house on fire” comes from? That makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.

Sort of like: “You can’t have your cake and eat it too” Why the hell not? I do it all the time. The meaning is clear, but who the hell thought that jewel up?

======================================================

Picture it: Pink and brown “snakeskin” (aka Polyester) jacket. I’ve been staring at this all day. It’s fascinating in a horrible way. In a train wreck way. Jill knows what I mean on this one. Urban safari camouflage (or something – how many zebra striped snakes do you know?) Yesterday it was urban peasent. Tomorrow? Once again the mind boggles…

I know I’m mean, but…. damn, it’s mesmerizing. It really is.

Advertisements
Comments
  1. ticknart says:

    You mean you don’t want a ginormous penis? Why not? I hear they’re wonderful to have.

  2. CS says:

    I have had some strange google searches bringing people to me, too. It’s a weird world.

  3. I don’t know how to access that information. I don’t mind.

  4. geewits says:

    Does anyone know where the expression: “To get on like a house on fire” comes from? That makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.Expressions are stupid in every language. I bet you know some French ones. I learned some hilarious Spanish ones in Spanish class back in the 70’s. I wish I could remember them. How about “Don’t count your chickens until they hatch?” Did people do that? That would be like counting future dates based on phone numbers on matchbooks you got in a bar. A really stupid one I use is “as all get out.” As in “That was stupid as all get out.” What an idiotic phrase! Maybe it will catch on like a house on fire.

  5. Speaking of email, the trust people have in me is amazing. I got three emails yesterday from people I don’t even know and they all said they trusted me and needed me to help them get some money out of some country.Isn’t it amazing they found me out of all the people in the world to ask for my help? 😉

  6. furiousBall says:

    right when my separation and subsequent divorce took hold of my poor heart, the penis spam picked up somehow and the messages i swore took on a new sinister tone… “Maybe she wouldn’t leave you if you made her happy”, “You should have taken the trash out when asked”

  7. Ian Lidster says:

    I’m still stuck on ‘milking boobs like cow’s udders’ and you have given me an overwhelming urge to check it out. You’ll have to stop that.

  8. XUP says:

    Lots of these expressions aren’t quite so stupid to begin with… they’ve just been stupified over the years. The cake one, actually goes: You can’t eat your cake and have it, too.

  9. Jocelyn says:

    I’m so technically out of it that I don’t even know how to find out what Google searches people have done that have brought them to my blog.You are my Techno Goddess. And, yes, I picture you in pink and brown camouflage, O Goddess.

  10. Tai says:

    Google searches scare me. Like Jocelyn, I don’t know how to do that either, but by the sounds of it, I think I’m glad.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s