Oh, hi! I didn’t see you there. Thanks for coming. It’s been a while. Did you miss me? I missed you. Here’s a recap of the fun we missed together during our time apart:
- My Christmas hams healed nicely. Thank you for your concern.
- My boob bruise also healed nicely. Thank you for your concern. Continue reading
This will be my final forray into publishing and ridiculing the search terms that lead unsuspecting answer seekers to the life-changing surprise that is my blog. I am sad to report that the purity of this exercise has been compromised by people who think they are cleverer and funnier than me. It is apparent that some clowns have figured out how to tamper with an otherwise honest system in three different ways: Continue reading
For as long as the weirdos keep stopping by, I plan to make this a semi-monthly ritual after the wildly successful (I made that up) original theVERYsingle search terms.
It’s a bit hypocritical of me to point out and make fun of the stupid and odd things people have typed into search engines because I’m pretty sure I’ve typed the following into search engines in my time: Continue reading
I thought it would be fun to share the list of terms typed into search engines that have thus far led to my blog. Mostly because some of them are funny and disturbing, but also because I need to throw some “filler” posts in here and there to prolong the inevitable running out of material (I know “getting out more” would be a logical solution, but who wants to do that?). There’s nothing wrong with filler. Filler can be good. Without filler, we wouldn’t have hot dogs! Continue reading
As you may or may not recall, in a recent post, I’ve Been Nominated! Though I’m pretty sure it’s a chain letter…, in addition to making a mockery of and revealing my cynicism towards my first (and I assumed last) WordPress chain letter, cough, award nomination, I asked the following: Continue reading
It’s been one and a half months since I birthed my blog baby and I’ve learned that this blogosphere thing is quite the intricate web. I thought I’d just be posting some stories and doo dads here and there and people I know, like my parents, would just read or not read and that would be that. Turns out, it’s much more interactive than I had ever anticipated. Here’s how it works: When fellow bloggers comment on and follow my blog, I get to discover their blogs and when I comment and follow their blogs, new people who also follow and comment on their blogs discover me and then comment on and follow my blog. You follow? So being interactive = more hits = an all consuming obsession with tracking my readers/followers/commenters (that’s right, I know who you are…well, I know what country you come from) and I feel drunk with power.