Monday, November 09, 2009

These types of things are rarely funny...let ye be warned.

So, I was looking through my keyword searches, did I just hear a collective groan of boredom?

And amongst the normal ones for schnitzel and shiznit there was this, "vampire do not wear polka dots lesson plans."

I am fine with the first part, I didn't know it was a rule or anything, but if vampires, as a monster, don't wear polka dots then fine, it's a bad fashion choice, but fine.

But lesson plans? Is someone teaching this? Is there vampire school?

Any ideas?

8 comments:

  1. Well I think I have something to teach my little charge this week...

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  2. I get keyword envy on such a regular basis. Mind you, it serves me right for being a depressing so-and-so....

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  3. Hahaha, I just tweeted about how someone found my blog by searching "I f***ed my mother." People are weird.

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  4. I got one about "making her drink sprite out the window and pretending it's p..." I have scratched my head so vigorously about that that I now look like I have mange. Sometimes I think it's best not to play the searchword game. Too much ick in the world!

    and also, the poor polkadotless vampires.

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  5. No boredom here I'm easily entertained by search word posts.

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  6. vampires study in the same place as leprechauns

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  7. Megs - I am so glad I could assist your lesson plans :)

    Matthew - Yes, I hear all you have to do is add "vagina" in a few times and you've got some hilarious keyword searches going your way!

    angryredhead - people are weird! The things they google.

    Eileen - Wow, that is *weird*...What's a vampire to do without polka dots? Next thing you know, they'll be banning plaid and stripes.

    linlah - Phew!

    blacksnow - do they? and can leprechauns wear polka dots?

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  8. I get lots of searches for "short skirts" and "Double D's". My most common search STILL remains "Who was the first person to look at these dangly things and milk a cow". People are right curious, they are!

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