Unusual Search Terms

So it wasn’t a fluke when someone found my blog by using the search terms ‘how to make barbie skinny jeans out of duct tape.’ Since calling attention to the unusual search term, it has happened again and again: how to sew a pencil skirt for barbie, duct tape barbie clothes, how to make doll skinny jeans, how to make barbie pants out of duct tape, how to make barbie jeans, and no sew barbie clothes. Have I missed my career calling? Am I the @rzrachelzoe of Barbie clothes? That’s major.

If it wasn’t interesting enough to find this blog by searching for how to make Barbie clothes out of duct tape, someone’s unique (we will call it) search for ‘how to make a flamingo out of duct tape’ brought them here.

Top Search Terms 03.02.2012

mr darcy bookmark: I might like a Mr. Darcy bookmark for myself. Let me know if you find one.

babysaurus: I have been referring to my son as a dinosaur since I had made the statement during our first sonogram that he looked like a little dino.

moms in sweaters: Some people like that kind of thing, eh?

drug theft: Hope I didn’t disappoint someone looking for an intense story about drug theft with my story about the childhood Barbie clothes heist I pulled off.

how to make a flamingo out of duct tape: Good enough to mention it again. Yeah, I just don’t know…

style up my mum: I suppose some teen was embarrassed when their mum was in the carpool lane in pajama pants and thought said mum needed a style upgrade.

“my humor is”: Nope, no humor here.

What is your most unusual search term this week? Please share in the comments below.

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11 thoughts on “Unusual Search Terms

    • LOL! Yoda drunk is awesome!

      I loved your post about a hoarding newbie. So funny! And the sockfits are AWESOME! I wish my sister and I had thought of that when we were kids!

  1. Not this week, but I’ve had “stupidity plan” (gee, thanks.. I think?) and Ferris Bueller’s Day off lesson plans. Now, if I’m having a Ferris Bueller’s day off, I am NOT thinking about lesson plans! ha!

  2. You have unleashed a new obsession! I have never looked at what searches led people to my blog and I’m not pleased with the results. Here are the strangest ones:
    potty girls, my boy peeing in undies, super nipples, potty 101, potty hand, peeing in public, al bundy hand pants, “potty” shitting, potty girl, kid poop, potty pee, boy pooping pants, pee his self, peeing with public bathroom door open, boy who pooped his underwear.
    Apparently my blog is all about pee and poop, which, admittedly, has been the subject of more than one post.

    • LOL! You know your blog is awesome when al bundy hand pants brings them to you!

      Wow, that is a lot of pee and poop. Is this what I have to look forward to when my son starts potty training???

  3. I’m enjoying reading your blog. Since I call my twins “the possums” and my baby is known as “Bug”, I get all kinds of silly search terms leading unsuspecting folks my way. Here are some of my favorites: love poems about possums, possums wearing eyeglasses, possums wearing santa hats, christmas poems about possums, possums with heatstroke, does my possum have MRSA?, unexplained vomit in my bed, and possums in a bucket. Good times.

  4. Those are hilarious. I’ve never looked before now, but I will start regularly. My top one was boring – 2012 bulldog challenge pictures – Just because I participated in the 2010 and the 2011 does not mean I dropped life to come down and be the 2012 photographer. The 2nd highest one is similar to Melissa’s… “gay anakin.” Did they see us out in public this weekend when my darling “Anakin” sported his new pink t-shirt? Yikes!

    • LOL! I am totally guilty of entering some odd searches into Google. I remember the very first time my sister and I EVER used the internet. When my uncle told us we could find web-sites for ANYTHING, the first thing we searched for was ‘poop.’

  5. That’s hysterical! I’m totally going to see how people are finding my blog through google. 🙂

    Thanks for linking up to finding the funny!

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