July 18, 2005 3:10 pm

My First Weird Search Terms

:note: Beck – “Debra”

I never really get weird search terms, as it seems everyone who finds my site does so through searching for “panties” or “underwear” or “college girl panties.”

However, after moving to the new server, I apparently had an opportunity for other people to get through too. So without further ado, welcome to the people who came here for:

:arrow: i punched a girl once
:arrow: arizona jeans social responsibility
:arrow: bertrand russell and afterlife
:arrow: billy milligan photos
:arrow: a670 charging problems high pitched
:arrow: all ages pool hall

In other (related!) news, my site shows up on the first page of a Google search for “incredibad the heist,” as I frequently post it as the “what I’m listening to” part of my journal. Heeheehee.

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  • Jess says:

    Wow. That’s some crazy shit there.

    At least you don’t get people searching for porn stuff or nasty stuff like that?

  • Meggan says:

    Well, I sort of do. I own the underwear fanlisting, so 90% of my search terms fall under that category, like “college girl in thong” and things like that. I haven’t gotten anything too pervy yet… knock on wood.

  • Emily says:

    LOL, that’s funny. My #1 search is “Emily” which I get at least 20 times a month. I don’t understand though, cause whenever I type it in, millions of results come up. They would have to be searching forever to find my site in there!

  • Raudel says:

    HEY…nice site.

    That IS pretty funny. My first search now is “animated boobies” for just a simple joke I made. Now people are going to my site expecting to see animated boobies!

  • Jem says:

    My number one search at the moment is “words” (it’s usually Jem) which is a bit crazy because how many times must the word “words” appear on thousands of other websites? It is a bit cheating though because most of these referrals come from people search the sentence “new dictionary words” and not just the individual word. ;)

    Anyway, I always laugh when people post their weird referrals, because Google then indexes that post thus knocking that page up further in the rankings which in turn brings more visitors with that same search string.