Like the majority of bloggers out there, I have a few site tracking devices that have the ability to tell me what kinds of things people type into Google or Yahoo or MSN, that ultimately bring them to my humble little site.
Sometimes, I wish I didnt check said statistics because it just makes me feel dirty. There was a time, back in around August some time, that the 17th most popular phrase that brought searchers to my site was, disturbingly, "girls putting things up there pusses" (sic).
Ummm... ewww. First of all, they could at least get the grammar right. It would have been the possessive "their" as opposed to "there" obviously, but I suppose that's really the least of the problems in that search. Anyway, I ultimately got over that (for the record, it was calling the Olsen twins "sour-pusses" that did me in, as the other words are pretty generic) and since then, none of the searches have been so bad.
Surprisingly, a lot of people search for "Saffron Le Bon" (Simon's young daughter) which is kind of weird, and it's amazing how many people want to see "Hilary Duff's veneers" or "Olsen twins too skinny" but it's still better than the above-mentioned nastiness.
Anyway, there is a point to all this, because I was checking my recent stats just now. The O'Donohue twins got me 168 hits today alone (thanks, biotches!) so that's relatively normal. But then there were these:
"Child camel toe"? GROSS. Don't search that, people. You're all nasty paedophiles.
Not quite sure what my site has to do with "Moroccan nightclub bitches" either. You won't find anything about them here.
And finally? I most certainly do not have the "cell phone number of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen so their number one fan can call them".
People are so freaking odd. But then, I suppose I should just shut up and be happy that the last one used the appropriate form of "their," right?
What is this world coming to??