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Monday, December 29, 2008

Random acts of search terms

Sorry, but running low on the fresh pics inventory...and I couldn't resist posting the very unusual ways people end up at this blog. My scattererd links within the list are equally arbitrary, riffing off what came to mind.

Skipping the first twenty search terms, and in descending order of frequency, we have the following...

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hexagram 30 clinging
tips iron and steel
curly witzel cowboy
audrey flack chanel
drawing ghost flames
eccentric polygon
analyze porch swing in september
welcome english do you have beer?
story 150 words
slender men
buny grafiti
newyear good word
tree energy texas
poems about platonic solids
small town with one road
dan chelotti
gary larson cow hide
edward hirsch lori
blue lacey
implied objects
air books for children
who will know us? gary soto summary
who will know us? analysis gary soto
my dreams my works must wait till after hell
mexican hat asteraceae daves
everyday mottos
everyday motto
define running errands
just hypnotized
fort davis tx indian lodge restaurant menu
learning to love america poem analysis by shirley geok-lin lim
day dock
carl chelf
crush carol ann duffy
compare the silent rose of the sun
monologue for an onion poems
long nose, pencil thin suckerfish
motto about beauty
flip-it! good to use
how to get rid of ipomoea indica
allergies in alpine texas
christmas mur
good word for the new year
silver shut
three bad jacks patches
how to ghost flames
cairn building
salcman poetry
poem about a backache
good word for new year
cosmetology motto
android parts robot
magritte chatoyance
hózhó
who will know us analysis
rooflines
the blind always come as such a surprise by ted kooser analysis
glowing buddhas
chatoyance art studio
chost flames
snow's mail order bbq?
garage apartment photo
thomas campi st michaels maryland
sussuration
learning to love american by shirley geok-lin lim analysis
playing in mud barefoot
hexagram clinging
back ache poem
mayfield park peacocks winter
graffitis de bunny
cell phone charm platonic solid
new year gud words
with ghost flames
murry witzel austin tx
alpine texas bread and breakfast
chatoyance ring
everyday motto
seduction story blogspot
running errands vikipedi
crimes about 300 words
piercing gaze
new year's good words
good words new year
i'm just hypnotized

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

inspirational, lori. Made me type 'glowing long nose pencil thin buddha' out of curiosity - which brought me right back to ...chatoyance (also linked to something called 'I lost my English accent')

As I said: inspirational.

Knitting Painter Woman said...

Ha!
Please clue me in about how you found that these were "the" search terms... At your convenience, of course.Your invisible friend....

Granny J said...

I see you are enjoying random hits from Google Image, too. They can be very strange. BTW, I'd like Google Image a lot better if it delivered people who'd show up more than once...

And, speaking of random poetry -- have you noticed that blogger is now chosing "word-sounding" nonsense for its people-determination letter clusters? Yours today was coasi. Perhaps next we'll have to solve the anagrams.

Shelly Lowenkopf said...

Funny is as funny does; I believe I ended up on your blog site under the aegis of our antipodean pod. Er, Pod.

Lori Witzel said...

Anon: The world is an amazing place...where would I be without Google? (Well, I'd be harder to find randomly, for one...)

KPW: I trust I made enough info visible off-line?

GrannyJ: Yes, I had noticed the "word-ish" constructions. In some cases, the word verifier slips a real word in, I'm sure by accident. I wonder what happened -- did they run out of the squillions of random letter combos needed?

Shelly: Yes, it was The Podster! One more reason he's a light. Of course you nailed my first thought on a link for "cosmetology motto"...but the combination of images of cruel-looking weapons with fashion and horses and hermit crabs that Google Image Search turned up made me rethink the link. Anyway...see for yourself:
http://snurl.com/9bm6a

mapelba said...

There's a poem in there somewhere.

Happy New Year to you! May you blessed with many great pics and perfect words.

Anonymous said...

Wishing you the best tex-mex and rusty finds available throughout 2009.

David Rochester said...

Well ... I don't believe you've answered a very important question: Do you have beer? I mean, I'm not asking for my own benefit, but evidently this is a crucial consideration for your blog visitors.

lori Johnson said...

you can now add "back ache" to your list.