Monday May 3, 2004

At Long Last

Since soon after I starting blogging, I've dutifully checked my referrer logs for funny search strings—all the other bloggers are doing it, and I wanted to jump on the bandwagon! Until today, though, no dice.

It was mostly "tenser" this and "tensor" that. I have been getting a lot of hits on the post about the usage of prefer and rather and on the instructions for making an alveolar trill (hope those helped!), but those aren't funny. Finally, today, paydirt: this blog is the number one ghit for the phrase "synonyms for butt".

Now I can die happy.

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Congratulations on you resemblence to "butts". I just checked my search logs and nothing funny, but I will be watching for this in the future.

I got a hit today from yahoo search for the term 'korean people'. I came up 90 out of 6,640,000 - I'm sure that there are many sites behind me in the ranking with better information.

Posted by: Blinger at May 4, 2004 12:40:22 AM

I have a hit today from a google search on the term orc skin colour -- which makes me wonder, who would need to do a search on that?

Posted by: Nicole Wyatt at May 5, 2004 11:43:51 AM

Am I the only weblogger in existence who finds sustaining pleasure in their queries? One of my goals in adopting this form was to reaffirm the power of random browsing in an online world dedicated to ever-narrowing "communities," and I don't think I've ever checked a day without a lift.

Today's list includes "gascoigne master f.j", "suicide rope", "vertigo restoration", "enchanting matrons", "djuna barnes smoke", "film split brain", "guys riming other guys", and "walter pater 1870", and all's right with the world.

Posted by: Ray at May 5, 2004 12:09:08 PM

Mmmm, what are the synonyms for butt, apart from the most common ones?

Posted by: Rethabile Masilo at May 13, 2004 9:40:31 PM