Day twenty-nine of 30 blogs in 30 days
The internet is like… big and stuff. A lot of people use it. A lot of them use search engines (Google, Bing, AskJeeves, etc.) to help them find what they’re looking for. What follows are search engine terms that people have used to find my blog (quite mistakenly I assume) for the last month.
So I present them to you for your entertainment.
how to give a forehead rug burn
run then dive forehead first on rug… guarenteed to work
can apple juice make you wet your bed?
only if it threatens you menacingly
die by the sword double pack – white lab
someone clue me in on what this could possibly mean
going to the bathroom made my ass hurt
you should probably see someone about that
chicken tattoo leg piece
and I thought I regreted some of my tattoos
your mom test my salad
your dad test my steak… ha ha… so there…
emily browning uninvited panties
I’ve never seen Emily Brownings panties but I haven’t been invited either
moms caught peeing
some people are really freakin’ sick… on the other end of the spectrum this would make a really cool name for a band
yes master i am hypnotized
great… now go fetch me a beer, dust the entry way and then make me a sandwich
cage fighting, boner
uh-oh… that’s a good way to REALLY get your ass kicked
Lets try and think of the two most random things and see if we can connect them through the magic of the internet
who’s breathing for me
here’s a clue: you
mc hammer bulge
Not through Hammer pants he ain’t
it should be illegal to judge me for the
…….. for the…… for the…. for the WHAT! The suspense is killing me
do rangers get pants in hands of war
I’ve got nothing…
kid born into puberty
skip potty training and dive right into teenage defiance… brilliant idea! Not.
arse full of chips
I ‘ate it when that ‘appens to ma arse
youngest 40 year old
Unbelievably, the youngest and the oldest 40-year-old are both 40!
pancake batter on naked skin
just when you thought you’ve heard of ever fetish in the book… there’s a pancake one
As I stated at the end of yesterdays post, I would link to the bloggers who commented on that previous post.
Many thanks to Seattle Dad (of Luke, I Am Your Father) and Keith Wilcox (of Almighty Dad) for stopping by and commenting on my crappy little blog yesterday. Go check them out… they’re much more elegantly versed, relevant and poignant than me.